Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism


The Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism teaches and produces top-tier investigative journalism covering the state of Indiana and beyond. As a student in the journalism M.S. concentration, you’ll earn 9–12 credit hours working as a fellow in the center.

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Student work

'Big Bucks, Big Buyouts: Big Ten schools spend millions clearing coaching rosters'

Students in The Media School’s Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism investigated where Big Ten schools have spent millions in severance payments for football and men's basketball coach.

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Media School faculty will help you launch your career. Your work in this concentration will set you apart with in-demand skills. Plus, you’ll make professional connections by working with the partner organizations of the Arnolt Center.

Whether you apply your skills at a newspaper, television station, website or documentary production company, you’ll be trained to produce thoughtful, thorough and ethical journalism.

Daniela Molina

I landed my dream job thanks to the M.S. program in The Media School.

Daniela Molina, MS'21, investigative producer at Gray Television