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The Stanford Graduate Program in Journalism

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Uploaded on Jun 5, 2011

Stanford University's Graduate Program in Journalism has a rich, century-long history and is actively engaged with next-generation media technologies. Located in the technological heart of Silicon Valley, the program provides immediate proximity to leading technology professionals and some of the most accomplished journalists and media scholars in the nation.

The curriculum includes an array of new and original courses: Digital Media Entrepreneurship, Multimedia Storytelling, Virtual Communities and Social Networking, Data Visualization and more. We encourage journalism students to enroll in cutting-edge classes at Stanford's design school, the School of Engineering and the Graduate School of Business.

Among the core journalism faculty are veteran journalists from The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal, including winners of the Pulitzer Prize.

Journalism at Stanford is a small-scale program and deliberately so. This assures that every student has a uniquely individualized learning experience, working closely and directly with faculty on research initiatives and career specialization. After successful completion of an intensive nine-month degree program, graduating students are routinely placed in actual newsroom jobs and internships. Most recently, the Graduate Program in Journalism has achieved a near-100 percent placement rate. Graduates of the program have gone on to work for such notable organizations as The Wall Street Journal, ProPublica, Google and many other prominent newspapers and Internet ventures.

journalism.stanford.edu

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