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The School of Journalism is a hands-on, fully accredited, nationally ranked school where you can design your own curriculum. 

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The newly launched Montana Media Lab is focused on empowering journalists and non-journalists to tell their stories on multiple platforms. 

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Every spring, we host hundreds of high school journalists for workshops and awards. This year, the big day is April 18.  

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The graduate program in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism puts students in the field. 

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Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram to meet students and alumni, see their work and go behind the scenes. Instagram: @umjschool  Facebook: @umjschool

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Every semester, our students get out of the classroom and create professional-quality (and often professionally published) projects.

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Photo of professor Joe Eaton in front of board. Meet the Faculty

School of Journalism professors do more than teach. They mentor. They connect. They challenge. And, they make films, write books, publish in national magazines and more. 

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Take courses in reporting, writing, TV production, radio, podcasting, documentary film, graphics, sports and narrative journalism. Click here for info on our summer classes! 

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According to a recent survey, 94 percent of UM J-School grads landed jobs after graduation. Find out where journalism can take you.

Explore your career options here.