"You get incredible hands on, real-world experience. Every class that you are in, you are out there doing journalism. And the stories you do for class have the potential to change the world."
–Mike McKisson, Associate Professor
B.A. in Journalism
Learn how to report for print, broadcast and online media — skills that will benefit you in any career, for the rest of your life.
M.A. in Bilingual Journalism
Learn how to report about and for Latinx communities in the U.S. and abroad, and acquire a robust set of skills in Spanish and English to gain an edge in the workplace.
M.A. in Journalism
Learn how to be a working journalist in the U.S. or abroad, or study the impact of the media on social, political, economic and cultural events around the world.
Specialty Areas for B.A. or M.A. in Journalism
Learn about global journalism through our faculty's experience in foreign reporting, our proximity to Mexico, study abroad opportunities in Italy and Costa Rica.
Science & Environmental Journalism
Our award-winning program will train you to communicate effectively about science, technology, the environment and health issues that affect all of our lives.
News & Announcements
Studies of Global Media
Learn about our B.A. and M.A. online degrees in Studies of Global Media (GLO), which are led by Dr. Jeannine Relly. Both degrees have been added to the main campus, and undergrads can double-major in Journalism and GLO.
Watch a video about our master’s degree in Bilingual Journalism and read a story about the first cohort of students under Dr. Jessica Retis. And don't miss a recording of our webinar, “The Missing Part of the Narrative: Hispanics in the U.S. Media Industry.”
Hall of Fame
For their significant achievements and service to journalism and society, 13 individuals and one family were inducted into the second class of the School of Journalism Hall of Fame on April 9, 2022.
Explore Our Students' Work
El Inde is the school's online platform covering southern Arizona. Students produce storytelling for readers and media outlets, including 2022 Bolles Fellow Gloria Gomez, who reported from the state Legislature while being mentored by the Arizona Mirror.
Zenger Award for Press Freedom
Since 1954, the school has honored journalists who fight for freedom of the press and the people's right to know. The 2022 recipient is Yamiche Alcindor, anchor of PBS' "Washington Week and Washington correspondent for NBC. Tickets