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Undergraduate programs

Who will you become at the Cronkite School? Learn video production, sports reporting, social media strategy, and other skills that lead to your dream job.

Explore undergraduate programs

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Journalism and Mass Communication, BA

Master highly specialized, practical skills needed to succeed in today’s digital world to start a career in journalism or mass communication.

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Sports Journalism, BA

Prepare for a career in sports media through coursework in sports writing, sports photography, play-by-play coverage, gameday production, and team communications.

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Digital Audiences, BS

Work with real clients and earn skills in digital strategy, social media campaigns, SEO and analytics to prep for a career in digital marketing.

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Mass Communication and Media Studies, BA

Gain a deep and nuanced understanding of the growing importance, power and influence of media around the world.

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Digital Media Literacy, BA

Study the world of misinformation and learn how to spot it.

I wouldn’t be able to do what I’m doing today without Cronkite. The skills learned, experiences and expertise in the classroom are like no other journalism school in the country. I am so thankful I chose Cronkite and will never forget my experience there.

Zachary Larsen (’22) Multimedia Journalist, KOBI-TV NBC5 News

200 media awards

in the past 10 years

1.9 million households

reached nightly by student newscast

100+ internships

secured by students every year