M.A. Program outline Advising
Director for Graduate Studies, Dr. Mia Moody-Ramirez will work closely with students to build course loads specific to their interests.
The Master of Arts degree in Journalism, Public Relations and New Media requires 36 hours, 33 of which are course work and three of which are thesis or a major project. Available areas of degree concentration are News-Editorial/New Media, Public Relations/New Media and Photojournalism/New Media.
The JPRNM Master of Arts is a 36-hour program after 33 hours of course work and a remaining thesis or major project. Interested in news-editorial, PR, new media or photojournalism? Try concentrating your degree on something that's specific to your interests.Learn more about the degree program on Baylor's online Graduate School Catalogue.