Our programs prepare skilled journalists to think critically about the profession and society. We offer our students close to two dozen scholarships, numerous facilities and provide internships and other opportunities for those in good standing. Students can also take journalism internships for credit.
The major in Journalism gives students the skills and training necessary to become great journalists in today's demanding, digital news environment.
Students starting 2016 and after
- 45-credit major in journalism
Starting Fall 2021
- 24-credit minor in Science Journalism
Program requirements for students admitted between 2011 and 2015
- two 45-credit majors in journalism
- 60-credit specialization A in journalism
- 72-credit multiplatform specialization B in journalism
The department offers two one-year graduate diploma programs in journalism practice, and a two-year MA program focused on digital journalism.
The Visual Journalism Program trains new and seasoned journalists in all aspects of visual journalism, including photography and videography.
The Graduate Diploma Program has a stellar reputation for producing national and local journalists.
The MA Digital Innovation in Journalism Studies is grounded in contemporary journalism practice and scholarship, giving researchers essential tools to navigate and innovate in today's digital news space as well as tomorrow's.