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An MA, or Master of Arts, is a professional-level graduate degree that most often takes one to two years to obtain. It will often provide a deeper focus and enhance your professional qualifications in the field that you are interested in. What is an MA in Photojournalism? Photojournalism in a field of study that teaches about different branches of photography and their application in print, online… Read more

An MA, or Master of Arts, is a professional-level graduate degree that most often takes one to two years to obtain. It will often provide a deeper focus and enhance your professional qualifications in the field that you are interested in.

What is an MA in Photojournalism? Photojournalism in a field of study that teaches about different branches of photography and their application in print, online and televised media. Photojournalism MA programs concentrate on the creative aspects of photojournalism and on the interplay between artistic technique and the effectiveness of photography as a vehicle for information. An MA curriculum can be expected to feature courses in graphic design, interactive media, publication, as well as journalism and commercial photography.

Obtaining an MA in photojournalism gives students a chance to enhance their technical and artistic abilities as well as gaining proficiency in journalism techniques. The MA curriculum is designed to provide graduates with the tools needed for producing photographs and other media with real journalistic impact.

The expenses involved in earning a photojournalism MA can vary greatly from location to location. Costs can also depend on the type of program and the institution that offers it. To get a realistic estimate of probable expenditures, contact a representative of the program you are interested in.

Earning a master’s in photojournalism will open the doors to several in-demand careers. If you are more interested in the artistic and creative side of photojournalism, an MA program will provide you with the skills to produce memorable and important work. Other career options include editor, producer or visual reporter. Positions are available with print media outlets, as well as in television or one of the many online news sites. Some MA students chose to continue their studies and pursue a related PhD degree.

MA degree programs in photojournalism are offered by a wide variety of universities, many of which accept international students and offer flexible and online options for students who may benefit from them. To find out more about pursuing a photojournalism MA, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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The George Washington University - Columbian College of Arts & Sciences
Washington, USA

The New Media Photojournalism program at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is the first of its kind, created to help visual journalists study and address the changing ... +

The New Media Photojournalism program at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is the first of its kind, created to help visual journalists study and address the changing world of photojournalism. -
MA
Full-time
Part-time
2 years
English
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University of Westminster
London, United Kingdom

The course explores documentary photography and photojournalism as exciting and expanding mediums, through a combination of practice-based teaching and discussion of critical ... +

The course explores documentary photography and photojournalism as exciting and expanding mediums, through a combination of practice-based teaching and discussion of critical contexts. -
MA
Full-time
English
Sep 2022
Campus