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University of Southern California Reviews of Master's in Journalism

7 Reviews

Locations:   Los Angeles (CA) 

Annual Tuition: $61,503

0% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
86% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Master's in Journalism

Student Reviews - Master's in Journalism

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Reviewed: 9/20/2018

Degree: Journalism

Things will always fall through the cracks anytime you try to do something on a mass scale. The same is true for USC Annenberg's Graduate Journalism programs. Basically, this program is just the BA Journalism curriculum but for students who didn't major in the subject in college. If you're a slab of clay who doesn't know what a newspaper is, USC will mold you. But the more experience you have in journalism entering this program, the more frustrated you will be. The tricky thing about a Journalism... Read More

jenna pittaway

Reviewed: 11/16/2014

Degree: Journalism

Annenberg's journalism programs are competitive and provide complete practical educations. I'm very happy with everything I've learned. USC provides the BEST network on the west coast, hands down. Events and opportunities on campus and through the school are amazing.

Christina Savan

Reviewed: 8/19/2014

Degree: Journalism

I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to attend USC's M.A. Journalism program. The major pros of attending the university include a great Trojan network and technological advancements with the programs new Wallis Annenberg Hall media room. The cons of attending the private school include recent tuition increases and living in unsafe neighborhoods. Overall, my experience at USC has been positive as my professors have given me the tools necessary to help prepare me for my dream job of one day... Read More

Amanda Scurlock

Reviewed: 7/27/2014

Degree: Journalism

My program looks great! I was hoping for it to be longer, it only lasts for one year.

Diana Crandall

Reviewed: 6/8/2014

Degree: Journalism

While the cost of living Los Angeles is incredibly high, the quality of education you receive (and the close mentorship offered by the faculty) is more than worth the price.

Ashley Nash

Reviewed: 1/5/2014

Degree: Journalism

Pros of USC are certainly the network, the campus life, the array of students, access to top notch professors, the camaraderie of alumni/students and more. The cons would be living around the area, campus safety at times and the mildly underdeveloped surrounding 'college' town. However, all of these are on the rise.

Ashley Nash

Reviewed: 4/27/2013

Degree: Journalism

The pros of the journalism program are the network, education, diversity, etc. The con is the lack of affordability.


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