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Graduate students in the Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism can develop individualized degree plans to achieve professional career goals in news, strategic communications, narrative storytelling and other areas of professional interest.
Students pursuing a master’s in Journalism will gain a global perspective through study of international mass communication media throughout the world. Dive deep into press and broadcast systems, the sources and flow of international news and problems of world communication. Learn advanced techniques for researching, reporting and crafting narratives.
Our program is designed to accommodate your schedule with afternoon and evening classes often available. We offer workshops for academic credit in strategic locations throughout DFW, as well as select online courses. Each student will complete a thesis to demonstrate their authority over their specialty. Our Master of Journalism (M.J.) offers a non-thesis option so you can choose the program that suits your goals and learning style. Our program also offers:
• Graduate assistantships in teaching or research positions
• The opportunity to earn credit through internships
• Study abroad opportunities
A master’s in Journalism can help you advance your career in: