Your career starts here 

Do you have a burning desire to report the news, cover politics, investigate wrongdoing, produce a documentary, or write a feature that makes the ordinary extraordinary? At Northeastern University’s School of Journalism, you can
  • Learn from faculty that includes Pulitzer-Prize winners, Emmy-winning investigative reporters, practicing journalists, and book authors.
  • We are leaders in investigative reporting.
  • Our flexible, rigorous curriculum includes basic journalism classes combined with classes in multimedia storytelling, investigative reporting, public relations, and digital journalism.
  • Our campus is located in the heart of Boston, a diverse city with a rich media environment.
  • You’ll have opportunities to report from abroad in one of our Dialogue of Civilization programs and during Spring Break.
  • Northeastern’s renowned Cooperative Education Program and internships give you the opportunity to practice journalism or public relations in the real world with media companies like The Boston Globe,, CNBC and more.
  • Our alums work in leading news media outlets and public relations firms.

Contact us for more information about the School of Journalism at Northeastern University or to arrange a visit. Call 617.373.3236 for more information or to arrange a visit.

Innovative, creative and informative websites from the School of Journalism featuring work by faculty, staff, students, and guests.




There are no School of Journalism events scheduled at this time.

Perhaps you'd like to browse Past Events, or visit our News Section.

Or, check out all CAMD Events.



Matt Carroll of “Spotlight” fame and part of the Pulitzer Prize winning Globe’s Spotlight team joins the School of Journalism

Matt Carroll, formerly with The Boston Globe’s Spotlight team, joins the School of Journalism as Professor of the Practice. He will …
Read more »


Prof. Alan Schroeder analyzes the third presidential debate for The Washington Post

“Imagine if, on the day of a championship tennis match, one of the players showed up at the court with …
Read more »


Professors Dan Kennedy and John Wihbey discuss challenges faced by the news media covering the elections

In an elec­tion cycle where the media have rou­tinely been called out—blamed either for the rise of Repub­lican nom­inee Donald …
Read more »

Student Reporting


Journalism students report on 2016 Head of the Charles Regatta under direction of Prof. Chuck Fountain

Not only is The Head of the Charles Regatta a Boston annual tradition since 1965, but  coverage of the event by CAMD’s …
Read more »


Grad student Adam Glanzman’s story and photos about a 75-year-old arm wrestler is published in The New York Times

Media Innovation grad student, Adam Glanzman’s  story started out as a class assignment in Professor Carlene Hempel’s Enterprise Reporting 2 class …
Read more »

Lynching Story Photo

Grad alum Alexa Mills’ investigative multimedia piece on the 1941 unsolved lynching of a black soldier is published in The Washington Post

In 1941, in a woods in Ft. Benning in Georgia, 19-year old Pvt. Felix Hall was killed by lynching. The …
Read more »