Every year approximately 10 students graduate with a degree in journalism from Delaware schools. Delaware has 2 journalism schools to choose from, if you are interested in studying journalism. Yearly tuition at journalism schools in Delaware for a degree in journalism is $7,780 per year.
Located in New Castle, Wilmington University is the largest journalism school in Delaware, based on student population. Approximately 8 students graduated with a journalism degree from Wilmington University in 2009, which was 80% of the total state journalism graduates for that year. Tuition at Wilmington University, was $9,080 per year in 2010.
A majority of those with an education in journalism pursue a career as a journalist. If after graduation, you are planning on sticking around the state, you should keep in mind that the job outlook for journalism graduates in Delaware is not very good. In Delaware, there are currently about 270 journalists. This number is projected to increase to 290 by the year 2018. This indicates a 5% change in the number of journalists in Delaware.
In Delaware, as a journalist, you can expect to earn a salary of anywhere from less than $17,185 per year to more than $48,230 per year. But the median salary for journalists earn $28,130 per year, in Delaware.