We also draw your attention to Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute's Global and Joint Program Studies. The Journalism and Russian and Slavic Studies Joint M.A. at the Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS) is a 42 credit program (22 Journalism credits including a 2-credit directed reading for the Master’s project and 20 Russian and Slavic Studies credits). Course requirements in Journalism are: Writing, Research and Reporting Workshop I, JOUR-GA 1021; Writing, Research and Reporting Workshop II, JOUR-GA 1022; three Journalism electives (at least two reporting-oriented); and a Master’s thesis completed while enrolled in Directed Reading, JOUR-GA 1299. Course requirements in Russian and Slavic Studies are: Defining Russia, RUSSN-GA 2121; and four Russian and Slavic Studies electives.
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