The School of Journalism is a hands-on, fully accredited, top-10 nationally ranked school where you can design your own curriculum. Connect with us to learn more!
From High School Journalism Day (Save the date for April 21, 2022!) to the annual Dean Stone Awards, to the Montana Journalism and Media Summer Camp, we love bringing students of all ages together. Registration is now open for summer camp, July 17-22, 2022.
According to the latest survey, 94 percent of UM J-School grads landed jobs after graduation. Find out where journalism can take you and explore your career options here.
The graduate program in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism puts students in the field.
From reporting to film to podcasting to design, see what courses you'll get to dive into at the J-School. New! A 4+1 option to help you get both your bachelor's and your master's in five years.
School of Journalism professors do more than teach. They mentor. They connect. They challenge. And, they produce great works of journalism too. Meet the faculty and staff here.
Every semester, our students get out of the classroom and create professional-quality (and often professionally published) projects.
The newly launched Montana Media Lab is focused on empowering journalists and non-journalists to tell their stories on multiple platforms.