Master of Arts in Investigative Journalism

General

Program Description

The Cronkite School’s Master of Arts in Investigative Journalism is the first graduate degree devoted exclusively to investigative journalism in the country. Led by five Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists, the program will prepare students to launch high-level investigative reporting careers at the nation’s most prestigious news organizations. This interdisciplinary program is designed for career-switchers and early or mid-career journalists, particularly those who have some expertise in other fields such as law, health, business, science and the arts. The program aims to combine that knowledge with investigative techniques and multimedia skills to produce stories with public impact.

Last updated Sep 2020

Keystone Scholarship

Discover the options our scholarship can give you

About the School

Journalism courses have been offered at Arizona State since 1931 when President Ralph Swetman wanted a publicist. He employed William D. Taylor in a public relations capacity and as the first journali ... Read More

Journalism courses have been offered at Arizona State since 1931 when President Ralph Swetman wanted a publicist. He employed William D. Taylor in a public relations capacity and as the first journalism teacher in the history of the institution. Read less