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Developed in close partnership with industry, the Mayborn School of Journalism curriculum gives students broad and diverse skills for work in multiple media platforms. Students develop the skills needed to analyze, evaluate and inform a global audience, as well as to consider the ethical implications of mass communication and its impact in today's world. Mayborn students have access to multimedia labs featuring state-of-the-art computers, software and video equipment.
Students select courses from six journalism concentrations and receive comprehensive instruction from faculty with extensive professional experience.
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 and other areas of personal 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.
Benefits of Grad Track
A master’s in Journalism can help you advance your career in: