You don’t fit the mold of what a “traditional” journalist is—or once was. So, why should your master’s degree? Ball State University’s master of arts in journalism is about focusing and refining your skills in flourishing areas within the field—emerging media and literary journalism. And, the program is available completely and only online. You will gain expertise in the areas of:
This 36-credit hour program provides a collaborative, interdisciplinary curriculum taught by distinguished faculty in a nationally recognized journalism department who’ve worked on cutting-edge assignments in digital storytelling, long-form journalism, journalism graphics, news and magazine writing, photojournalism, public relations, and advertising.
Small classes mean you learn professional skills from professors who give you their full attention.
This program is designed for working journalists looking for career advancement or a new grad just entering the field. You should note that there are no on-campus requirements.
Related ProgramWithin the Department of Journalism, you will also find our master’s in public relations. It’s the only certified master’s in PR in the nation and is available online or on our main campus.
Get Started Today Learn about the courses you will take, our competitive tuition costs, and our admission requirements. If you have additional questions, request more information.
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