Kent State offers online master’s degree for journalism educators

From the latest technology for multimedia storytelling to gaining strategies to protect students’ First Amendment rights, the range of course content covers what teachers and media advisers need to know to be effective 21st century journalism educators.

In 2007, Kent State University’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication (now the School of Media and Journalism) became the first journalism school in the country to offer a Master of Arts degree for journalism educators that is entirely online. The program emphasizes skills and theory teachers can study today and use in their classrooms tomorrow.

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Kent State – Online Master’s Degree