What can you do with a bachelor's or master's degree in journalism? Almost anything! You'll gain skills in evaluating information, storytelling and cutting-edge technology, such as drone videography.

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Journalism student using drones

"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

School spotlight: Bilingual Journalism M.A.

Watch a video about our master’s degree in Bilingual Journalism and read a story about the first cohort of students under Prof. Jessica Retis.

Program overview

New broadcast/podcast studio

To help students gain training and real-world experience, Adelaida and Barry Severson have donated funds to create the Severson Family Broadcasting/Podcasting Studio and Lab at the UA School of Journalism.


Hall of Fame

For their significant achievements and service to journalism and society, 13 individuals and one family will be inducted into the second class of the  School of Journalism Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 9, 2022. Tickets


Explore Our Students' Work

El Inde is the school's online platform covering southern Arizona. Students produce storytelling for readers and media outlets. Their latest work is available now online.

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In these challenging times, journalism matters more than ever. Meet six of our grads making a difference, including Ernesto Romero of KYMA-TV in Yuma. And watch five of our alums give job advice to students.


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 2021 recipient was the Committee to Protect Journalists under Joel Simon, CPJ outgoing executive director. Watch a video of the ceremony.