Graduate Policies and Resources
- 2022-23 Graduate Handbook
- Studies of Global Media M.A. Handbook (updated Spring 2021)
- Reporter's Handbook – required practices and procedures for use in our reporting and editing classes (updated Spring 2017)
- Academic Integrity Handbook – information on academic integrity policies, plagiarism, fabrication, collaboration and the UA Code of Academic Integrity.
- Arizona Reporter's Handbook on Media Law – seventh edition, edited by principal author Daniel C. Barr of Perkins Coie LLP.
- Course Advisory Form
- Graduate Independent Study Form
- M.A. Thesis/Project Proposal Approval Form
- M.A. Thesis/Project Final Approval Form
- Internship Credit forms
- Co-Convened Graduate Class Guidelines
- Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Academic Probation
- Grievance Resolution Process
Graduate Program Fees
Journalism grad students pay $100 per credit as a program fee. Of the total $30,000 in revenue typical each year, the school distributes about $4,500 for students who demonstrate financial need and another $4,500 is allocated to the university’s central administration. The school is left with about $17,000 to go toward coordination of the master’s program by paying for some of the salary and benefits of the graduate program coordinator, and about $4,000 is used for special programs and student activities.
See program fees