A PHD in Journalism is a research-based degree that focuses on the advanced study of journalism and its related disciplines, such as media studies, communication, and digital media. The program includes coursework, comprehensive exams, and the completion of a dissertation or research project. The goal of the program is to prepare our students for careers in academia, research, and leadership roles in the journalism and media industry.
The curriculum includes a combination of advanced coursework, research methods, and a dissertation or research project. Students will study a wide range of topics related to journalism and media, including the history and theory of journalism, media ethics, digital media, global communication, and more.
A PhD in Journalism is a full-time program that takes 3-4 years to complete. Graduates of the program will have the advanced knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a variety of careers in academia, research, and leadership roles in the journalism and media industry. They may also choose to become consultants, educators, or independent researchers in journalism-related fields.