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 A Matrix for Learning 
Few colleges nationally can match the media technologiesin Quinnipiac’s Ed McMahon Mass CommunicationsCenter.This professional facility offers hands-on trainingin all aspects of radio,television,print and multimediaproduction.Of special interest to journalism students is theNews Technology Center,modeled after a workingnewsroom.The center supports courses in broadcast,printand interactive journalism.Students get the latest newsat their computers via the Associated Press newswireservice and AP’s Essential News Production System,anewsroom automation software application used by CBSand ESPN,among others.For an inside look,visit www.quinnipiac.edu/x3856.xml.
 Journalism on Campus
 The journalism program encourages student participationin college media that include
The Quinnipiac Chronicle 
(a weekly newspaper and web site),Q30 (the campus TV station) and WQAQ (the student radio station).Getting involved with college media gives students theopportunity to put into practice the skills learned in theclassroom while encountering the real-life challenges of reporting and writing news.
The School of Communications welcomes your questionsabout the journalism program. Contact the school at203-582-3641 or email Margarita Diaz, chair of theDepartment of Journalism at margarita.diaz@quinnipiac.edu.
 J
OURNALISM
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EGREE
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ROGRAM
Office of Undergraduate Admissions275 Mount Carmel AvenueHamden,CT 06518-1908800-462-1944203-582-8600
 The School of Communications
In addition to the journalism major,the School of Communications offers degrees in communications,film,video and interactive media and public relations.
Quinnipiac at a Glance
Quinnipiac offers 70 undergraduate and graduate programsto 5,700 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate and law students through the College of Arts and Sciences,andthe Schools of Business,Communications,Education,Health Sciences and Law.Quinnipiac’s 250-acre Mount Carmel Campus,next toSleeping Giant State Park,contains academic buildingsand residence halls.The nearby 250-acre York Hill Campushouses the TD Bank Sports Center,plus new residencehalls for 1,800 students,a student center and 2,000-carparking garage.A third 104-acre campus in North Havenserves as home to many of Quinnipiac’s graduate,onlineand health professions programs. The University consistently ranks among the topuniversities with master’s degree programs in the Northernregion in
U.S.News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges
issue and recently was ranked first in the category of universities that have made the most promising and innova-tive changes in academics,faculty,campus or facilities.If you’d like to learn more about Quinnipiac University,send a message to admissions@quinnipiac.edu or visit our web site at www.quinnipiac.edu.
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CHOOL OF
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OMMUNICATIONS
“The newest computer can merely compound, atspeed, the oldest problem in the relations betweenhuman beings, and in the end the communicatorwill be confronted with the old problem, of what tosay and how to say it.”—Edward R. Murrow
Alison Dolan ’09had the opportunity to shadow ABCbroadcast journalistBob Woodruff inNew York City as heproduced a showfor Discovery’sPlanet Greenchannel.

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