Journalism at Humboldt State University: Overview
- Bachelor's degree 40
Number of students40
At the Humboldt State University through Journalism program you can obtain degrees of the following award levels: Bachelor's degree. Secondary school GPA, Secondary school record, Completion of college-preparatory program, Admission test scores are necessary when applying. The classes of this program will be conducted at 1 Harpst Street.
The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 40 or more and 35% of students are men. 7.5% of students taking the Journalism program are non-residents of the United States.
Humboldt State University provides on-campus housing. Humboldt State University campus is safe for students with 0.29% of maximum crimes a year. Burglary, forcible sex offense and motor vehicle theft are the most frequently detected crimes. Students that live on campus usually paying for room 5900$ for academic year. Academic/career counselling and employment services offered for students. 17% of students get financial aid.
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This school is a joke. I Would never recommend this school. Some good teachers, but at this point Temple is just trying to make as much money as they can on their students.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
I’ve dedicated 5 years to this school. The professors were probably the best thing about this school. If you’re in the School of Public Health you’ll love Prof. Scarpulla. She is probably the most influential and most caring professor I’ve ever had. The location is not the best. Parking was always an issue. Safety is also a concern. During orientation they teach on how to avoid rape.....so that’s not a good sign. The campus is pretty clean though.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Attending Temple University has been one of the best choices I've made in my life. I transferred from Penn State, which is itself a fantastic school, and found Temple's urban campus to be a great fit for me. Temple offers great academics, internship opportunities, extracurricular activities, sports programs, a beautiful campus--which they are always building up to be even bigger and better, caring and highly educated professors--many of whom will give their personal numbers to students for any extra help they may need, and a friendly and diverse student body.Having been to two of Pennsylvania's flagship universities offers me good insight. While both schools are great, I don't think anyone can argue against the more clear advantage Temple enjoys over Penn State: its geographical location. Having its main campus located in the heart of Philadelphia provides a wealth of opportunities for education, student life, internships, cultural experiences, and employment opportunities.I've enjoyed Temple so much I'm planning on sticking around for another three years to attend Temple's highly ranked Beasley School of Law.--Just one of the nearly 10,000 proud graduates of Temple University's Class of 2017!Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
I loved my time at Temple! They have really great resources! I liked that they have multiple campuses, because it adds to the experience if you're able to go to each one. I was able to go on a world tour (Mexico - India - Brazil) through the International Programs Office at the Fox School of Business. It really added to my education. The campus is extremely diverse so you really can make friends anywhere. The proximity to the University of Pennsylvania allows you to get an Ivy League education at a fraction of the cost.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
I contacted these people ONCE.. and now I'm getting nothing but spam upon spam with no way to 'unsubscribe'. It would be cheaper to go back to my own college for grad school than to take them up on their "online courses".. which require you to stay at their facility for a week during "orientation". Most graduate programs will offer you tools and resources to ensure you'll get the best, but also have the opportunity to grasp a job upon completion. If you're looking for just the degree, fine. If you're looking for the degree and the possibility to meet contacts and have a shot at a job scouting you.. look elsewhere. From what I've experienced from just the contacting/information phase.. there is no way I'd trust these people with my money. Not to mention that none of the e-mails you get are directly through a representative nor can you respond back through that e-mail. If I'm sent an e-mail through a company, I want to at least be able to respond back directly to whom sent me that e-mail. Very low transparency = Temple University is hiding something. Do not trust.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
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