The School of Journalism offers two tracks in a Master of Arts degree that prepares students for the challenges faced by legacy and new media in the digital age. It also offers a Master of Science in Media Advocacy, in collaboration with the School of Law.
Students new to the field or those with experience can choose programs tailored to help them thrive during this time. Our programs are designed to merge traditional journalism with the latest information technology.
The School of Journalism and the Law School launched a Master’s in Media Advocacy, an interdisciplinary degree designed to teach strategic advocacy skills to communications, nonprofit and government affairs professionals and prepare graduates to succeed as resilient, media-empowered citizens in a global society.