Missouri School of Journalism to Offer Graduate Dual-Degree Program With MU Master of Public Health Program

Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 28, 2010) — A new dual-degree master’s program in journalism and public health will open career opportunities for students interested in risk communications and public health information in the public or private sectors. Offered by the Missouri School of Journalism and University of Missouri Master of Public Health Program, enrolled students will … Continued

New Grant Connects Journalism to the Arts

Journalism Students Will Have Option of Taking Special Courses in Music, Art and Theater By Katherine Kostiuk MU News Bureau Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 15, 2006) — Journalists write about not only arrests, court proceedings, scandals and murders, but also about music, art and theater. However, few aspiring journalists find time in college schedules packed with … Continued

Brochure Now Available for Journalism and Law Graduate Program

Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 25, 2005) — A new brochure that explains and illustrates the benefits of the journalism and law dual degree programs is now available from the Missouri School of Journalism. The dual degree program in journalism and law is designed to give students a career edge by providing a solid understanding of the … Continued

New Brochure Available for Five-Year BJ/MA Program

Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 21, 2004) — A new brochure about the Five-Year Bachelor’s/Master’s Program at the Missouri School of Journalism is now available online and in print. The program allows a student to earn a master’s degree in just 12 months after the completion of the Bachelor of Journalism degree. “The Five-Year Bachelor’s/Master’s Program provides … Continued

School Expands Summer Course Offerings

Columbia, Mo. (May 5, 2004) — The Missouri School of Journalism is expanding the number of required courses it offers during the summer semester. Students entering the School now can enroll in Cross-Cultural Journalism and Principles of American Journalism. Cross-Cultural Journalism teaches students how to be an effective journalist in a multicultural world. The Principles … Continued

Journalism Students to Be Required to Have Wireless Laptop Computers

Columbia, Mo. (May 3, 2004) — Missouri School of Journalism undergraduate and graduate students will be required to have wireless laptop computers beginning with the fall 2005 semester. “It’s impossible for the journalist of today to be productive without an intimate knowledge of the technological tools the profession requires,” said Brian S. Brooks, associate dean for … Continued