If you are unable to attend a brick-and-mortar school to take traditional programs, the online programs offered at Auburn may provide the degree path you need. They offer the same courses in quality and content but allow you to take them on a flexible schedule and finish at your own pace. There are four departments in the online college and a variety of continuing education courses. The Department of Communication and Theatre offers an undergraduate degree in journalism. In this program, you will study theories and skills used in journalism, whether written or broadcast, composition and other skills needed for a journalism career. You will also build a foundation of liberal arts education. Some of the courses you would take in this 120 credit-hour program are Media and Culture, Video Production, Media Law and Ethics and Research Methods. You can also get an education degree online at Auburn. The undergraduate education degree can be earned in Childhood/Early Childhood Education, Secondary Education, Special Education and Kinesiology. The programs blend media and technology. They are 120 credit-hour degrees that also include internships. The graduate education programs allow you to specialize in School Counseling or in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Both programs are offered in the traditional master’s degree plan or in an educational specialist plan. There is a required internship for both programs as well. Whether you complete your program in the classroom or online, your degree will convey the educational excellence for which Auburn University is known.