A master's degree. Online. On your time.
Learn essential skills for the Internet age: web publishing and design, social media, multimedia production, information graphics and much more.
This master’s degree is designed to be completed in one year, or over a fall, a spring and a summer semester. (Working professionals may want to take longer to complete it.) It will prepare recent graduates or practicing professionals to excel in the exciting field of digital journalism and in other media- or communication-related fields. As an applicant to the master’s degree in Digital Journalism and Design, you stand to gain an immediate professional benefit: a USFSP-Poynter Certificate of Proficiency in Digital Technology for Journalists. Please see https://www.newsu.org/tools/USFSP for more details.
Student Spotlight: Jeff Pearlman from New Rochelle, NY
“I joined the program because it’s far too easy, in this era, for print-trained journalists to fall behind and become obsolete. To hell with that. I want to stay ahead and excel in the digital age.”
Jeff Pearlman is a former senior writer at Sports Illustrated and ESPN.com columnist. He is the author of five books—three of which are New York Times best-sellers. His sixth book, about the NBA in the 1980s, comes out in February 2014. He blogs at jeffpearlman.com
By Casey Peterson to Press Room
As the completely online master’s program in Digital Journalism and Design has grown, so has the department of journalism and media studies. That’s why, beginning in fall 2014, we’ll be offering an online graduate certificate program in Food Writing and Photography! This program is the first-of-its-kind in the nation, and caters to non-degree seekers and degree seekers alike. By completing five courses worth 15 total credits, you can obtain a Food Writing and Photography Graduate Certificate from the University of South Florida St. Petersburg.
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By Kelly St.Onge to DJD Blog
Being a student-journalist is no easy task. Journalism in itself is a type of shark pool to say the least. We have all heard the saying “dive in” and I feel, in journalism, that’s exactly what you have to do.
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