Study Journalism with Education at Ulster University in the United Kingdom. Journalism is part of the combined campus subject programme at Ulster, Coleraine. It is the only university degree programme in the subject in Northern Ireland and offers students the opportunity to study the theory and practice of journalism in context with determining factors such as law, economics, politics and technology. It is not a professional training programme but delivers a range of relevant practical and professional skills (with the exception of short-hand). As a major subject programme (four modules per full-time year), Journalism at Ulster is combined with another, minor subject in the Arts (two modules per full-time year) to make up a full degree programme. There is a range of subjects to choose from as your minor (Education, English and History). We find that students who are interested in teaching as a career may decide to add Education to their degree ‘mix’ at undergraduate level before applying for a Postgraduate Certificate in Education after they have completed their degree. Each Education module usually involves a two hour lecture plus a one hour seminar each week. In addition, students are required to undertake substantial directed independent learning.