Program offer the state's only nationally accredited journalism master's program (Master of Journalism and Master of Arts degrees) and have produced some of the nation's top storytellers, including winners of eight Pulitzer Prizes.
The faculty members represent diverse backgrounds, research and professional interests. They've written for notable newspapers and magazines, worked for prominent advertising and public relations firms and are award-winning photojournalists. Their research examines:
- Curriculum studies for journalism education
- The importance of ethics in media
- International communications
- Magazine production issues
- Sexism and racism in media
Most classes are offered in the late mid-afternoon and evenings to accommodate work schedules.
The program's strength lies in its relevance to the needs of today's media environment and its research opportunities at various levels. With programs in news, strategic communications and narrative and digital journalism, you'll be prepared to work in all communication fields. Fields of study include:
- Broadcast journalism
- Business journalism
- Law and journalism
- Science, health and environmental journalism
- Sports journalism
- Visual communications
You can also pursue graduate certificates in narrative journalism, interactive and virtual digital communication, and public relations.
- 12 months
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- Bachelor's degree or its equivalent
- Basic courses in journalism, which can be achieved via bridging courses while you're enrolled in the graduate program
National17172 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 8586 USD per semester and a duration of 12 months.
In-State1800 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 900 USD per semester and a duration of 12 months.
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