Telling great stories means unearthing information, connecting with people, holding the powerful accountable, giving voice to the voiceless and making a difference. Those great stories and the careers they make start at the University of Montana School of Journalism, where here, we learn by...
The School of Journalism’s graduate program in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism is having a terrific year so we thought we’d share some highlights. One goal for our students is that they develop a professional portfolio of published or broadcast work while at UM. This...
Work while you play by taking these summer journalism classes online.
Complete two journalism requirements, as well as two general ed courses for your UM degree!
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JRNL 100HY - Media History and Literacy
Instructor: Ray Fanning
A survey of the history, development and...
The individual attention students get at the School of Journalism starts from day one. Fill out this form to tell us a bit more about yourself and you plans and to find out more about why this might be the right place for you.
Every semester, our students produce top-notch projects as part of programs like Montana Journalism Abroad, Native News, UM News and the Montana Journalism Review. Follow their work here.
Applications close Jan. 31 for the fall 2018 and spring 2019 T. Anthony Pollner Distinguished Professorships. Spend a semester guiding the next generation of journalists in a vibrant Mountain town, working with fantastic faculty and stellar students.