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a nightly student newscast and news bureaus
in Phoenix, Los Angeles and Washington.
Tickets are now available for Cronkite Award Luncheon
celebration on Nov. 21.
Go beyond the classroom with 12 hands-on immersion programs
in areas such as broadcasting, business journalism,
sports journalism, public relations and digital production.
Reinvent journalism, creating mobile apps, games and
other cutting-edge technologies in a state-of-the-art digital media lab.
Experience the country's top sports journalism degree
program, covering professional and collegiate sports
for major media outlets.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Walter Cronkite, the Cronkite School,
CBS News and the Newseum are hosting a public celebration.
The Cronkite School’s nationally acclaimed “teaching hospital” model of education offers students real-world training in live newsroom environments under the supervision of top professional journalists.
Reaches 1.9 million households on three television channels and serves as a journalistic “teaching hospital” for students at the Cronkite School. The station also is a test bed for news industry innovation and experimentation while providing critical content to news consumers.Learn More
"Nothing could have prepared me more for my work at CNN than the Cronkite School. Cronkite truly prepared me for the many lenses a journalist must look through when working on international news stories."
Recognized as one of the country’s best student newscasts, Cronkite News puts students to work in a state-of-the-art broadcast studio under the supervision of veteran journalists. The weekday newscast reaches 1.9 million households on Arizona PBS and is one of the only collegiate productions to air in a prime-time slot.Learn More
"The stories and important issues covered at Cronkite News were the same I encountered after graduation. Nowhere else will better prepare you for the world of professional journalism."
Students work as multimedia reporters covering important stories across the state of Arizona, producing text, videos, photos and graphics for online and broadcast media outlets. Students work in a state-of-the-art newsroom in the nation’s sixth-largest city under the direction of veteran journalists and news editors.Learn More
"Working in the Phoenix bureau meant covering hot issues like voting rights and immigration reform and getting to cover the 2012 Democratic National Convention."
Students spend a semester in the nation’s capital, reporting across the city – from the halls of Congress to the steps of the Supreme Court – for Cronkite News. Students work across platforms, covering daily breaking news and investigative stories from a cutting-edge newsroom under the supervision of a veteran political journalist.Learn More
"Every class shaped me to be the reporter that I am today, but it wasn’t until I experienced the Washington bureau that I learned to be more aggressive and efficient. I got a job a month after it ended."
From a cutting-edge multimedia studio, students serve as Web producers and multimedia specialists for Cronkite News, managing social media, analyzing audience metrics and optimizing stories for search engines. Students are directed by a digital media innovator and professional journalist.Learn More
"The bureau allowed me to jump into the new age of journalism by experimenting with new storytelling tools and media formats. This grasp of knowledge helped pave the way to my job as data visualizer for KNXV-ABC15."
Students spend a semester in the nation’s second-largest city, reporting on professional and collegiate sports for Cronkite News and other professional media outlets. Students use the latest digital and broadcast tools to create cutting-edge multimedia sports stories, working under an experienced sports broadcast professional.Learn More
"Working at the Cronkite Sports Bureau in LA allowed me to work with professionals in the field and gave me experience that I wouldn't be able to get anywhere else on the college level."
In the heart of the nation’s sixth-largest city, students cover four major professional sports leagues, college bowl games, spring training and many other signature sporting events. Students produce digital and broadcast stories for Cronkite News and media outlets such as Sports Illustrated and MLB.com.Learn More
"The Cronkite School challenged me to learn all aspects of storytelling, which in turn helped me work for NBC."
Students work in the country’s only university-based newsroom that produces daily business coverage for regional and national media outlets. Students receive experience and training in the growing field of digital and broadcast business journalism under the supervision of a veteran professional business editor.Learn More
"My semester in the Reynolds Business Bureau was the best of my college career. I covered stories that were interesting to me and some even received national attention."
Students cover important immigration and border issues in English and Spanish for Cronkite News under the guidance of two award-winning professional borderlands journalists. The program is based in a state-of-the-art newsroom from which students travel across the region for their reports.Learn More
"The Borderlands Initiative has made a huge impact on my investigative reporting and my ability to understand different cultures."
Cronkite students collaborate with computer engineering, design and business students to create cutting-edge media products, including mobile apps, news games and interactive websites, for media companies and other organizations. Students present their ventures to local investors and experienced entrepreneurs.Learn More
"Through the NMIL, I learned to be a project manager, amateur coder and designer, financial adviser, bookkeeper all at once — essentially an entire business major's curriculum and beyond thrown into one class."
Carnegie-Knight News21 brings the nation’s most talented journalism students to the Cronkite School to investigate issues of national significance. Students spend the summer traveling the country, reporting and producing in-depth multimedia stories under the direction of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists.Learn More
"News21 is a rare opportunity to work collaboratively with some of the nation's top journalism students while being guided by a great lineup of editors."
Students work for a public relations agency based in the Cronkite School, producing communications campaigns and strategies for clients. The lab offers experiences in all aspects of PR, including event planning and promotion, reputation management, crisis communications and social media campaign development.Learn More
"The PR Lab gave me unparalleled access to the resources that ultimately helped pave the way to my acceptance of a position with The Walt Disney Company just two months after graduation."
Students engage with news organizations across the country to find news sources, connect with audiences and generate story ideas using American Public Media’s innovative Public Insight Network. The Cronkite School is the only institution in the country providing PIN services to client newsrooms.Learn More
"The PIN Bureau taught me how to work with newsrooms across the country in a professional manner and how to keep up with multiple deadlines at once."
Nearly all Cronkite freshmen are awarded university merit scholarships.
Cronkite students participate in more than 500 internships across the country every year.
The Cronkite School “ranks as one of the best schools of journalism and mass communication in the United States.” — Susanne Shaw, executive director, Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass CommunicationRead More
October 28, 2016: Cronkite students are invited to participate in the annual Biotech University seminar, a daylong event featuring a conversation with Charlotte Bellis of BBC and Al Jazeera.
October 31, 2016: Leonard Downie Jr., the former executive editor of The Washington Post and Weil Family Professor of Journalism at the Cronkite School, analyzes the media’s coverage of the 2016 election.
November 1, 2016: Dr. Orly Avitzur, medical director of Consumer Reports Health and editor-in-chief of Neurology Now, discusses the media's coverage of Alzheimer’s disease.
With more than a dozen degree options and customizations, the Cronkite School prepares students for the media jobs of today and tomorrow. Cronkite offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism as well as degrees in sports journalism. Students also can combine a study of journalism with another discipline, such as meteorology or sustainability. All Cronkite degree programs offer students hands-on, expert instruction from world-class media scholars and award-winning journalists. Explore Cronkite’s degree programs today.