The program offers the bachelor of science degree in journalism from one of five sequences. Prospective students apply to the University of Colorado as freshmen or transfer students and complete their freshman year of undergraduate work (a minimum of 30 semester hours) typically in the College of Arts and Sciences as prejournalism and mass communication majors. More about application requirements for the undergraduate program.
Find out more about the undergraduate program.
- Broadcast News
- Broadcast Production
- Media Studies
- Undergraduate Certificate in International Media
Click here for Intra-University Transfer information for current CU Boulder students interested in the JMC program.
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Where recent graduates are working. A list of job titles and companies of recent graduates.
Master of Arts (MA)
The program offers master of arts degrees in two programs: Newsgathering and Mass Communication Research.
Students in the Research and Newsgathering programs can earn the master’s degree with an emphasis in environmental journalism and the university’s certificate in Environmental Policy.
Students in the Newsgathering program select an emphasis in Print, Broadcast or a combination of both.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
The PhD in Communication is dedicated to interdisciplinary inquiry into the social, political, economic and cultural dimensions of media, nationally and internationally, historically and in contemporary societies.
More about applying to graduate programs.