The Masters in Journalism and Communication combines study of academic literature on the societal role and effects of mass communication in general and journalism in particular with courses designed to improve students’ practice of the journalism craft. The Journalism specialization at the master’s level is designed for students interested in all areas of non-broadcast journalism (i.e. newspapers, magazines and online publishing). Those who have an educational and /or professional background in journalism can enhance their understanding of the role of journalism in society, as well as improving reporting and writing skills.
Students will be able to:
A minimum of 31 semester hours is required for a Masters in Journalism and Communications. Students write and successfully orally defend a thesis or complete and successfully orally defend a project.
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