MASTER OF ARTS
MULTIMEDIA JOURNALISM 

Journalism is no longer confined to traditional media outlets. The advent of new media technologies provide journalists operating in traditional formats the ability to expand with global information access, interactivity and multi-media story telling in a manner uniquely suited to our media driven society. Journalists familiar with the new media are able to expand their story telling ability with the incorporation of new media to provide stories with historical, political, and cultural contexts. 

The coursework entails a minimum of 30 semester hours including a professional project. Classes will cover theory, social media and technology uses in the fluid state of news presentation in a constantly developing technical environment.

Applicants for admission to the program must complete and submit an online application form and arrange for complete and official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate course work to be sent directly to the Arkansas Tech University Graduate College at graduateadmissions@atu.edu or

Arkansas Tech University
Graduate Admissions
105 West O Street
Brown Hall, Suite 104
Russellville, AR 72801 USA

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For More Information, Please Contact:

The Department Of Communication and Journalism
1815 Coliseum Drive
Russellville, AR 72801
(479) 964-0890