The School of Journalism and Strategic Media offers an undergraduate degree program with three journalism sequences (Editorial/News, Broadcast Radio & TV, and Advertising & PR) and an interdisciplinary graduate program with three concentrations (Documentary Film, New Narratives, and Strategic Advertising & Public Relations).
The school maintains an enrollment of approximately 700 students with 22 full-time professors and instructors at the helm. SJSM also offers specialty courses from part-time and adjunct faculty. Per accreditation standards, course enrollments stay between 15-20 students for better student-to-faculty ratio. Learn more about our degree programs below.
The undergraduate program opens doors to careers in radio, TV, news and so much more! Learn what it takes to become a valuable member of the media.
The graduate program offers advanced study of journalism for the Master of Arts in Journalism. Students in this program pursue a traditional research thesis, create a documentary film or produce a special thesis project.