Worldwide Online Bachelor's Degree Programs (letter J)

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The undergraduate program at Hebrew College prepares students to become well-rounded, literate participants in the global community.
The undergraduate program at Hebrew College prepares students to become well-rounded, literate participants in the global community. 
Designed for highly motivated students with a proven track record in the professional arena, this Joint Undergraduate & Graduate Degree in Liberal Arts from Harvard University provides an accelerated pathway to earning both a bachelor‘s and master‘s degree within four years. Through a cohort experience, you become a big-picture, critical thinker with in-depth management expertise.
With a practical approach, the Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) will equip you with skills in reporting, writing, editing, design and production of content for a range of media including radio, television, online, newspaper and magazines.
The Bachelor of Science in Journalism comprises four journalism concentrations: broadcast news, magazine, multimedia news and photojournalism. In the Broadcast News concentration, students learn to report, write and produce news for television and radio stations. Students may work at TV2, which broadcasts news daily on a local cable network, Black Squirrel Radio and Kentwired.com. Graduates can find employment in radio or television news and online news sites.
You may find employment in advertising agencies, consumer and business magazine publishers, freelance journalism, metropolitan, suburban and country newspapers, press agencies, public relations agencies, publishing companies, radio stations and television channels.
The BA in Jurisprudence: Legal Studies Concentration program at California University of Pennsylvania is designed for those who have earned an associate's degree or have completed a minimum of 40 semester-credit hours. This program is the perfect solution for those who wish to attain their bachelor's degree, but are unable to attend the traditional on-campus program. Students can enter this program at the beginning of any semester.