Spanish-language media

Work professionally in news, public relations or advertising in both English and Spanish.

In-class experience

  • Develop professional skills in English and Spanish news, public relations or advertising.
  • Practice news, public relations or advertising with an emphasis on reaching Spanish-speaking communities.
Student poses holding a camera and wearing a Noticiero Móvil shirt.


What you'll learn

  • How to report bilingually
  • How to produce public relations and advertising campaigns for multicultural audiences
  • How to work internationally

Where you'll intern

  • News organizations
  • Public relations and advertising agencies
  • Corporations, government agencies and nonprofits

Possible careers after graduation

  • Bilingual reporter, editor or producer
  • Bilingual PR account executive or advertising manager
  • Engagement editor, media producer or media manager interested in reaching Spanish-speaking populations

What you'll study

Students must complete 39 units of journalism courses for the major and 120 units overall to graduate. Find details below about completing your journalism courses with a Spanish-language media emphasis. View all required courses on our bachelor's degree of journalism page.

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Spanish language media internship, internships, faculty
Claudia Cruz
Claudia Cruz
Director of Internships and Experiential Learning She, her
(775) 784-4434
RSJ 303F
2425 internship, internships, faculty