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The Howard Center for Investigative Journalism is the centerpiece of a first-in-the-nation master’s degree in investigative reporting – the M.A. in Investigative Journalism. Students will come from disciplines such as business, law, science, the social sciences and computer engineering, adding to the rich interdisciplinary nature of the center.
The Executive Editor will oversee national investigative projects for digital, print and broadcast platforms, leading student reporting on topics of major social, economic and political concern. The editor will develop partnerships with major media organizations to publish the student work, building on the school’s longstanding relationships with major media outlets such as The Washington Post, NBC News and USA Today.
The Howard Center's founding editor will lead the development of courses with professors from other schools that enhance investigative journalism knowledge and techniques. Students will have access to courses such as accounting, digital forensics, ethnographic interviewing and machine learning, enabling them to build unique skill sets for investigative work.
The Cronkite School has an extraordinary array of talented professional faculty focused on investigative reporting, including five Pulitzer Prize winners who will play leading roles in the Howard Center. See the Faculty