Beyond the classroom, you will immediately engage with award-winning, student-produced media outlets, including Annenberg TV News, our day-of-air newscast; Annenberg Radio News, our radio newsmagazine; Impact, our TV newsmagazine; Neon, our digital news outlet; and our community news sites such as Alhambra Source, Boyle Heights Beat, and Intersections: The South Los Angeles Report. Through
Your USC Annenberg experience will begin with a seven-week digital news immersion. During the two semesters that follow, you will gain hands-on, real-world experience covering news stories throughout Los Angeles. Classroom work includes topics such as entrepreneurship and data. Following the second semester, optional media internships are available.
Course Requirements (36 units)
The School of Journalism offers one Master of Science degree program in Journalism, one certificate in Journalism and three Master of Arts degree programs in Specialized Journalism, Specialized Journalism (The Arts) and Strategic Public Relations.
Students enrolled in the M.S. in Journalism will learn how to write, report, produce, code, publish and promote (through social media) cross
At USC Annenberg, we are setting a new direction in graduate journalism education. The nine-month M.S. in Journalism degree program will provide opportunities for you to cover stories and explore technological possibilities on the front lines of the communication revolution.
The USC Annenberg School prepares graduates for significant careers in journalism. Our 36-unit, nine-month