Diploma in Digital Journalism

Take the First Step to your Digital Journalism Career

Learn how to craft compelling news stories and incorporate multimedia elements.

Now you can learn theory from the comfort of your home amd come to our Caxton Campus for your practical lessons. Our faculty and administration have all migrated online to offer you the same exceptional education - still global, practical, digital, value-based and transformational!


Using Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut. Avid and Davinci, you’ll be fully equipped to deliver engaging content in today’s dynamic media landscape.

Not only will you discover how to create news for digital platforms, radio and television but you’ll also learn how to operate industry-standard audio-visual equipment and, artfully use multimedia elements to increase engagement.

When you graduate, you’ll have the skills required to thrive in today’s multimedia newsrooms and online publishing.

And you’ll follow in the steps of outstanding ADMI journalists who have found success in creative agencies, NGOs, magazines, newspapers and corporate communication departments.

Are you ready to take the first step in your digital journalism career?

Learning Outcomes

Digital Journalism students gain a competitive edge over their peers by earning Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) certifications in: Video Editing using Adobe Premiere®Pro, Photo Editing using Adobe Photoshop®, Graphic Design & Illustration using Adobe Illustrator® and Print & Digital Media Publication using Adobe InDesign®
 

ADMI instructors prepare students to successfully pass these exams through a project-based curriculum that leverages Adobe Education learning resources, practice tests, and real-world applications.

 

Course Duration

The course will course will run for 2 academic years (4 semesters)
 

Credits

24 contact hours per unit and an average of 7 units per semester
 

Credentials

Earn globally recognized Adobe Certified Associate certifications
Examined by TVET CDACC

Get Inspired


Isaac Biosse, class of 2017, is a photojournalist. Since he graduated from ADMI, Isaac has dabbled in concert photography for international artists from Etana to Tarrus Riley and many others. Previously, he has worked as a photographer at Lighthouse Chapel International and Studio X.