ADDITIONAL GRADUATE ADMISSIONS RESOURCES
Graduate Admissions Office
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Kent State's Reporting and Editing graduate program in JMC is structured to prepare students for careers in newspaper, magazine, broadcast, convergence, or journalism education. It caters to students who want to teach high school journalism or to stay on the content-providing side of the media rather than go into management. By offering hands-on, engaging courses such as Reporting Public Affairs, Computer Assisted Reporting and Design for Cybermedia, the Reporting and Editing program readies students to be leaders in their chosen field upon graduation.
There are seven options for Reporting and Editing graduate students:
Required only of students lacking the necessary background for the program. These courses will not count toward degree completion.
All graduate students must complete 5 to 8 credit hours of elective coursework.
Journalism educators should contact Candace Perkins Bowen at 330-672-8297/5093 or email@example.com for more information.