Master’s in Journalism – Marshall University 

The Master’s in Journalism program is designed to accommodate students with or without a undergraduate degree in Journalism. Career interests should include one or more of the following: advertising, broadcast journalism, print journalism, public relations, radio-televisions, sports journalism, video production and journalism education.

Students may choose from two Areas of Emphasis:

  • Health Care Public Relations

The Health Care Public Relations emphasis is intended for those with career interests in public relation positions as well as in health care organizations or agencies that work on public relations.

  • New Media Studies

The New Media Studies emphasis is designed to assist students in migrating to evolving digital communication technology. Students focus on media and story telling with another subject that is chosen by the student.

International students are not required to take JMC 612, but they must identify, with the approval of the graduate coordinator, an acceptable substitution for their plan of study and for their comprehensive assessment.


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