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Master of Arts (MA) in Journalism

GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN COMMUNICATIONS INFORMATONAL WEBINAR
Wednesday, May 15, 2019; 1 pm (EST)

Hofstra University's Lawrence Herbert School of Communication offers two graduate programs; the Master of Arts (MA) in Journalism and the Master of Arts (MA) in Public Relations.

Please join us for our upcoming webinar to learn about both of our graduate communication programs and how studying adjacent to the media capital of the world will bring your career to the next level. You will also have the opportunity to learn about the application process, resources available within our communication facilities and Hofstra University. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions for discussion. RSVP HERE.

The Master of Arts (MA) in Journalism at Hofstra University is a 36 semester hour professional program that prepares students to become ethical, skilled providers of news. After completing a core of journalism ethics, reporting, writing and multimedia skills courses, students may pursue study in the specialized fields of business, science, health and or sports reporting, or current public relations practices.

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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS


Sports Media

Sports Media

Do you have a passion for journalism and media production in sports? Our program offers a specialization in Sports Media.

Internships

Internships

Students get valuable career experience and professional connections with sought-after internships at top media companies in the nation.

TV / RADIO / WEB / PRINT

TV / Radio / Web / Print

Students cover many events a year for campus media outlets, including The Chronicle, WRHU, Hofstra Today, and Long Island Report.