Although the traditional principles of bona fide journalism have changed very little throughout the years, its physical logistics – how we gather, deliver, and consume information – have changed and expanded a great deal.
The New Media Journalism master of arts degree program teaches students how to apply traditional journalistic methods to interactive media, with a focus on how current technologies can enhance both narrative structure and visual storytelling. Coursework ranges from concepts used in digital newsroom management and multimedia reporting to legal and ethical aspects of the digital domain.
Degree held must be of similar scope/subject matter as the intended graduate degree program, with a transfer academic average of 2.5
Applicants with a GPA lower than the required 2.5 must submit a Letter of Intent, résumé and college transcripts for Program Director review
Students with an undergraduate degree from an unrelated scope or subject matter may be considered for admission upon provision of a Statement of Intent and a professional résumé
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