DuckThe University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication graduate programs provide a dynamic environment for storytellers and scholars to build on their professional strengths, engage with world-class faculty and develop the foundation necessary to succeed in the ever-changing media and academic landscape.

Our interdisciplinary curriculum offers students the opportunity to expand their skillsets and earn credentials needed to achieve their goals. Through small group and individual instruction, rigorous coursework, and the integration of theory and practice, SOJC graduate programs will prepare students to become leaders and innovators in their fields.

At our Eugene campus, students are immersed in a rich academic setting with master’s and PhD programs in Media Studies, as well as a professional master’s program in Journalism. New for Fall 2018 is a professional master’s program in Advertising and Brand Responsibility. Advanced graduate courses enable students to develop their understanding of the emergent media landscape and prepare for their professional futures.

Our Portland campus is located in the heart of an exciting urban media hub in Old Town. Portland’s unique culture offers an ideal backdrop for students interested in pursuing a master’s degree in Multimedia Journalism or Strategic Communication. Evening and weekend classes at the George S. Turnbull Center aim to meet the needs of working professionals seeking to advance in their careers.

Leslie Steeves, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
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