Department of Journalism

Graduate Degree

Anaridis Rodriguez excels in the Journalism department

Anaridis Rodriguez chose Journalism because she wants to inform her community about news. The Emerson College program helps her learn how to tell a story through broadcast, print, and the web. (Filmed and edited by Emerson students.)

Journalism (MA)

The Master of Arts in Journalism program is an intensive, two-year program that prepares students for journalism careers at the intersection of traditional and new media. Our curriculum is designed to help you develop storytelling skills that extend across newspaper, broadcast, and multimedia platforms. You will have ample opportunity for fieldwork through class assignments and internships in the Boston area. You will also have the opportunity to tailor your degree by taking elective courses that are geared toward a specific news beat such as cultural affairs, business, or political reporting.

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Tim Riley

Assistant Professor Tim Riley teaches a course on music journalism.