first undergraduate journalism program. Since then, we’ve
graduated more than a generation’s worth of first-class
journalists. They staff some of the most respected newsrooms
around the globe.
We've also worked closely with the Indian Communication Arts
(INCA) program at First Nations University of Canada. Together
we created Canada's first Journalism and Aboriginal Affairs
We are pleased to introduce another first – the Prairies' first
Master's option in Journalism.
Graduates of the program will join accomplished alumni like
International Emmy Award recipient, Jacqueline Corkery; Derek
Stoffel, CBC News’ Middle East correspondent; and Tamara
Cherry, CTV Toronto’s crime reporter.
At the University of Regina, we’re proud to empower Canada’s
finest journalists to question authority.
Left to right: Shannon Avison, Assistant Professor, Indian Communication Arts,
First Nations University of Canada; Mitch Diamantopoulos, Department Head,
School of Journalism; Patricia Elliott, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism.