Los Angeles Valley College - Journalism Ranking 2017

Los Angeles Valley CollegeRanked
957
in the USA
Los Angeles Valley College is a medium-sized public college offering a number of disciplines along with journalism majors and located in Valley Glen, California. The college was founded in 1949 and is currently offering certificates and associate's degrees in 4 journalism programs.

Los Angeles Valley College is inexpensive; tuition is around $9,000 per year. According to recent data analysis, Los Angeles Valley College area is relatively dangerous; the school is reported to have a poor rating for on-campus secutiy.

Los Angeles Valley College journalism program ranks #957 (out of 1754; top 55%) in USA and #84 in California. Major competing journalism schools for this school are University of Southern California in Los Angeles and California State University Northridge in Northridge. Check the details about all twelve competing journalism colleges as well as list of available journalism majors below.


Journalism programs ratings 2016-2017:

Overall rating:

Curriculum rating:

Teaching rating:

Safety rating:

Overall school rankings 2017:

Ranked #84 Journalism School in California
Ranked #160 Journalism School in The West
Ranked #957 Journalism School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of California Ranking

Ranked #19 Public Relations School
View State of California Ranking

The West Regional Ranking

Ranked #52 Public Relations School
Ranked #67 General Journalism School
Ranked #71 Communication & Media School
Ranked #72 Broadcast & Telecommunications School
View The West Regional Ranking

USA National Ranking

Ranked #365 Broadcast & Telecommunications School
View USA National Ranking

More program rankings:

You could be interested in alternative options to get accepted at Los Angeles Valley College:
Art Programs - ranked top 60% in USA

Contact information:

Los Angeles Valley College
5800 Fulton Avenue
Valley Glen, CA 91401-4096
Phone: (818) 947-2600

Location map:

Los Angeles Valley College Location Map

Journalism majors offered:

Less than one year certificate

Journalism

One but less than two years certificate

Mass Communication
Radio and Television

Associate's degree

Journalism
Mass Communication
Radio and Television
Speech Communication and Rhetoric

Local competitors:

University of Southern California - Journalism School Ranking
University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA, 17 journalism programs

California State University Northridge - Journalism School Ranking
California State University Northridge

Northridge, CA, 7 journalism programs

California State University Fullerton - Journalism School Ranking
California State University Fullerton

Fullerton, CA, 5 journalism programs

California State University Long Beach - Journalism School Ranking
California State University Long Beach

Long Beach, CA, 7 journalism programs

San Diego State University - Journalism School Ranking
San Diego State University

San Diego, CA, 8 journalism programs

University of California Santa Barbara - Journalism School Ranking
University of California Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA, 4 journalism programs

University of California San Diego - Journalism School Ranking
University of California San Diego

La Jolla, CA, 4 journalism programs

California State University Los Angeles - Journalism School Ranking
California State University Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, 5 journalism programs

Pepperdine University - Journalism School Ranking
Pepperdine University

Malibu, CA, 12 journalism programs

California State University Fresno - Journalism School Ranking
California State University Fresno

Fresno, CA, 3 journalism programs

Chapman University - Journalism School Ranking
Chapman University

Orange, CA, 5 journalism programs

Loyola Marymount University - Journalism School Ranking
Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, CA, 5 journalism programs

Jump to:

All Journalism Schools
West Journalism Schools
California Journalism Schools
Valley Glen Journalism Schools
Journalism-Schools.com © 2017 · Home · Terms of Use · Methodology