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, boston.com, 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.

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Ales Bajak speaks on essential skills for data journalism

Part-time instructor Aleszu Bajak, science journalist, spoke on a panel August 9 at CUNY Journalism School on how to get …
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Journalism education association honors John Wihbey for paper on online reporting

Congratulations to Professor John Wihbey who earned a second place award for best faculty paper in the Newspaper and Online …
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Prof. Alan Schroeder discusses upcoming presidential debates

Professor Alan Schroeder discusses presidential debate logistics, tips, and the impact of social media in “3Qs: Spotlight on presidential debates …
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Student Reporting

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How are think tanks amplifying corporate America’s influence?

Although think tanks are seen as independent entities, they often shape corporate decisions in Washington, reports Brooke Williams, Media Innovation …
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For some Rio residents, Olympics meant eviction, reports Giulia Afiune

While gold, silver, and bronze metals were being awarded during the gala 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, families who lived …
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Not in the game blog

Grad student Lucy Burdge launches a new WEEI.com culture blog

Graduate student Lucy Burdge proves that there’s more to WEEI than sports. While on coop at WEEI, Burdge is contributing …
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