A Top-10 School Where You Learn by Doing
Make Media That Matters
We think the best judge of a journalism program is the quality of the work current students are producing. Our students work on magazines, documentary film, photojournalism projects, newspapers, interactive online publications, TV programs, radio programs and podcasts, most of which are published in conjunction with our many professional partners. Those projects also regularly win big awards, regionally and nationally.
You will end your time here with the kind of experience that will help you stand out, and the professional portfolio to prove it.
Make a Career
University of Montana School of Journalism graduates are highly sought after in the journalism field and out. Our graduates work at places like NPR, The New York Times, CBS and the Associated Press. They also have senior jobs at companies like Nike and Apple, work in healthcare, education, public relations and communications. They write books, produce podcasts, make films, work at marketing firms and nonprofits and serve their communities in their roles in state, local and national government.
Make Your Own Path
At the University of Montana School of Journalism, you can pick one specific emphasis, like writing, reporting and editing, TV and film, sports journalism, social media, photography, graphic design or audio storytelling and podcasting.
Or, you can do it all. Together with your adviser and your professors, you can craft the kind of college career that fits for you and your plans.