The School of Journalism offers a dynamic Master of Arts degree that seeks to prepare students for the challenges faced by media organizations in the digital age. The degree trains students to become rigorous, ethical, and creative news reporters, editors, and content producers, as well as social media managers and video/audio specialists.
Both students new to the field and those with some experience can choose courses tailored to help them thrive in particular subject areas, such as criminal justice or climate change, or around specific technologies, such as podcasting or data visualization. Our programs are designed to merge the skills of professional journalism with knowledge of the latest information technologies.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|JRNL 6200||Enterprise Reporting 1||4|
|JRNL 6201||Enterprise Reporting 2||4|
|JRNL 6202||Perspective on Journalism Ethics||4|
|JRNL 6340||Fundamentals of Digital Journalism||4|
|Complete 20 semester hours in the following range:||20|
|Courses from other disciplines may be taken in consultation with your faculty advisor.|
|No more than two courses outside of CAMD may be taken.|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
36 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required