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Decision Making: Journalism Schools

Hey everyone, I'm super interested in journalism and I want to make sure I'm applying to the 'best' schools. Anyone got a list of the top 10 journalism schools I should be thinking about?

18 days ago

Absolutely, many schools in the U.S. are known for their exceptional journalism programs. Here's a list to get you started:

1. University of Missouri, Columbia: Their School of Journalism is one of the oldest and most esteemed in the nation.

2. Northwestern University: Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications is highly reputed. It offers vast array of specializations and provides global learning opportunities.

3. Columbia University: The Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia offers remarkable programs but note that an undergraduate major in journalism is not offered here.

4. University of Southern California: The Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism has a broad range of classes and opportunities for hands-on experience.

5. Syracuse University: The Newhouse School of Public Communications is renowned for carving successful future journalists.

6. Indiana University, Bloomington: The Media School provides a variety of programs in journalism.

7. University of Maryland, College Park: The Philip Merrill College of Journalism is known for its hands-on curriculum.

8. University of Florida: The College of Journalism and Communications has a high placement rate for its graduates.

9. New York University: NYU's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute offers unique journalism study-away sites.

10. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: The College of Media offers a flexible curriculum and encourages students to take interdisciplinary approach in their coursework.

Remember, "best" is subjective and depends on what you're looking for in a program. Don't just look at rankings – also look for schools that match your personal goals and interests within journalism. Consider factors like curriculum, faculty expertise, opportunities for internships, on-campus media outlets, and engagement with the professional journalism community. Good luck with your search and applications!

18 days ago

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