Graduate Studies

Celebrating more than 100 years of journalism education, MSU's J-School is recognized as one of the best in the nation and one of the few journalism programs in the United States that has been continuously accredited since 1949. The school houses the Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame and serves as the organizing body for the Michigan interscholastic Press Association.

Current research topics include democracy and freedom of the press across cultures and international government structures, news coverage of environmental issues as related to policy and public understanding, bullying, and representation of different cultures and ethnic groups in the media.

Journalism faculty and graduate students include Pulitzer Prize and award-winning journalists who have covered stories all over the world, Fulbright Scholars, a Knight-Mozilla Fellow, world-class researchers, and recipients of numerous honors and recognitions.

Master's and Doctoral Degrees
M.A. in Journalism
Journalism Graduate Certificate
Ph.D. in Media Information Studies

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