For more than 100 years, IU has helped define and advance the field of journalism through its teaching, research, student media and world-renowned alumni. From giants of news history including famed World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle and Associated Press pioneer Kent Cooper to contemporaries such as ESPN SportsCenter’s Sage Steele and NPR television critic Eric Deggans, our alumni have been innovative and award-winning leaders in print, broadcast and digital news.
Graduate students in journalism build on that legacy every day at The Media School, working and learning alongside faculty members with extensive experience in public affairs and investigative journalism. Our aim is to produce the next generation of ethical, rigorous and innovative journalists to cover the important issues of our time.
Work in the new Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism
Beginning in fall 2019, IU will further expand its commitment to journalism with the opening of the Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism. Funded by a $6 million gift from alumnus Michael Arnolt, the center will focus on teaching and producing high-quality investigative journalism for Indiana and beyond.
Incoming students will have the opportunity to work as fellows in the center as part of a graduate school experience centered on investigative and public affairs journalism. The curriculum focuses on multiplatform reporting and storytelling, including courses in investigative reporting, data journalism and visual communication.
Unparalleled resources available across IU’s campus
Students can take advantage of other Media School assets, including:
- The National Sports Journalism Center
- The Center for Documentary Research and Practice
- The Center for International Media Law & Policy Studies
And they are encouraged to tap into the renowned liberal arts and professional programs that IU offers as one of the nation’s top public universities.
The Media School is made up of internationally recognized practitioners and scholars working in a $21 million, state-of-the-art facility at the entrance to a stunningly beautiful campus. Join us and learn to uncover stories that inform audiences, inspire public discourse and build the future.
Are you ready?
- Check out admissions requirements for the Master of Science degree.
- Check out degree requirements for the Master of Science degree.
- Contact Media School Graduate Studies, email@example.com, 812-856-2016 or 812-855-0570.