Career Info for Journalism Degrees

Journalism Degrees: Bachelors, Associates & Online Course Info

Journalism is constantly changing. What does it take to succeed as a journalist? Learn more about journalism majors, and see what kinds of skills you'll learn to make an informed education decision.

Journalism Degrees: Masters, PhD & Online Course Info

Master's degrees and PhDs in journalism can lead to careers in the media, communications and academia. Get the truth about the requirements, courses and career options and find out what you can do with your degree.

Media Studies Degrees: Masters, PhD & Online Course Info

What will you learn in a media studies degree program? Read about the degree requirements, the pros and cons of a master's and PhD and potential careers.

Featured Schools

Johns Hopkins University

  • Master of Arts in Communication
  • Master of Arts in Science Writing

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Regent University

  • Ph.D. in Communication
  • Master of Arts in Journalism
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies - Journalism

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Full Sail University

  • M.S. - New Media Journalism
  • Master of Fine Arts - Creative Writing
  • BS - Sportscasting (Campus)
  • BS - Creative Writing for Entertainment (Campus)

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Colorado Christian University

  • Communication Studies, B.A.
  • Communication Studies, A.A.

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Queens University of Charlotte

  • Master of Arts in Communication - General
  • Master of Arts in Communication - Integrated Digital Strategy Concentration
  • Master of Arts in Communication - Undecided

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Grand Canyon University

  • M.A. in Communication with an Emphasis in Education

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Penn Foster

  • Career Diploma - Freelance Writer

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Colorado State University Global

  • BS - Communication

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