Master of Arts in Journalism, M.A.J. (GJ10)

Smith Hall Communications Building 100 (map)

Graduate Coordinator

Professor Robert Rabe
Smith Hall Communications Building 122A

Areas of Emphasis Offered:

Certificates: Media ManagementIntegrated Strategic Communications | Digital Communication

30 credit hours, Professional Track;
30 credit hours, Thesis Track.
Normal time to complete for full-time student: 2 years.

Program Highlights
This is a flexible program designed to accommodate persons with or without an undergraduate degree in journalism and with or without mass communications or professional media experience.

Program Objectives
Career interests should include one or more of the following: advertising, broadcast journalism, online journalism, print journalism, public relations, radio-television, sports journalism and journalism education.

Jobs Related to this Program:

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Application deadline for Admission

Fall enrollment: August 1; Spring enrollment: December 1; Summer enrollment: May 1

GRE or other test required: GRE

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