Students must complete 36 credits for the master of science in journalism–writing track. Full-time students can complete the program in one calendar year. Part-time students can do it in two.
|Required Core Courses (33 credits)|
|JRN 503||Analytics for News Reporting||3|
|JRN 504||Multimedia Reporting||3|
|JRN 533||Advanced Reporting & Writing||3|
|JRN 539||History of Journalism||3|
|JRN 552||Media Law & Ethics||3|
|JRN 570||Crafting the News Feature||3|
|JRN 572||Researching & Writing the News Documentary||3|
|JRN 575||Critical Issues in News||3|
|JRN 580||Investigative Journalism||3|
|JRN 590||Newsroom Clinical||3|
|JRN 601/602||Master's Project or Thesis||3|
|Elective Courses (3 credits)|
|JRN 500||Special Topics||3|
|JRN 527||Covering Government & Politics||3|
|JRN 528||Information Graphics & Design||3|
|JRN 530||Independent Study||3|
|JRN 536||Opinion Journalism||3|
|JRN 542||Graduate Seminar||3|
Students may take any course not listed as a requirement in any track or in any School of Communications program with permission of program director. Electives are offered on an as-needed basis and may not be available during a given student's program of study.
Courses and curriculum requirements are subject to change.