Until further notice, the University of Arizona, in accordance with the guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, encourages all employees to work remotely. Our offices are closed to the public, but you can reach the School of Journalism Monday–Friday 9am-5pm:
- Andrés Domínguez (520-621-7556; firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Carol Schwalbe (520-300-0693; email@example.com)
- David Cuillier (520-621-6223; firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Paloma Boykin (520-314-3918; email@example.com)
Graduate Policies and Resources
- Journalism M.A. Handbook (updated Fall 2020)
- 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