The M.A. is right for you if you want:
- to work with talented faculty and students who will challenge and support you
- to specialize
- to learn new concepts and journalism styles
- to prepare for potential leadership or become an entrepreneur
- to consider teaching or a Ph.D.
- to earn credentials that set you apart
- to study and live at a great university
Bloomington campus sequences:In addition to a comprehensive journalism master’s degree, you may choose from six sequences: global journalism, digital journalism, science and health journalism, political journalism, professional and research. Each consists of 30 credit hours and includes either a thesis or a specialized reporting project.
- Global journalism
- Digital journalism
- Science and health journalism
- Political journalism
Students may work in other schools and departments to earn the following degrees in addition to a master’s degree in journalism:
- Master’s of Library Science
- Master’s of Public Affairs
- Master’s of Science in Environmental Science
- Master’s of Arts in Folklore and Ethnomusicology
- Doctor of Jurisprudence
- Graduate Admissions at 812-855-1701 or by email.