Master of Arts in Global Journalism & Near Eastern Studies
The joint degree program gives students professional training for careers as newspaper, magazine, or broadcast journalists, combined with study of the politics, history, and cultures of the Middle East. On the Journalism side of Global Journalism (GloJo), the general requirement is five Journalism course.
Students who are in the joint program with Journalism must also complete a thesis or Master's project in the form of a 7,000-10,000 journalistic work, worthy of publication in a major news outlet. Students must follow the same procedures and deadlines regarding formulation of a thesis topic, selection of an advisor and a second reader, and submission of the approval form as students in the stand-alone program, in consultation with the DGS for both Global Journalism and Near Eastern Studies. Journalism master's projects should be read and approved by two faculty members, one of whom should be affiliated with NES and the other with Journalism.
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