Master of Arts in the Field of New Media Photojournalism

Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.

The following requirements must be fulfilled:

The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Programs.

Required
CPJ 6010Photojournalism Graduate Seminar I
CPJ 6020NMPJ Graduate Studio Seminar II: Topics in New Media Photojournalism
or CPJ 6024 Photojournalism Seminar II: Danish Embassy
or CPJ 6025 Photojournalism Seminar II: Theories of Change/ New Forms of Radical Photography
CPJ 6050Advanced Multimedia Lab I
CPJ 6060Advanced Multimedia Lab II: Editing and Production
CPJ 6100Research, Reporting, and Writing: Contemporary Journalism Practice
CPJ 6110Story and Narrative in Photojournalism
CPJ 7010Photojournalism Graduate Seminar III: The Medium and the Message
CPJ 7800Thesis Workshop
CPJ 7900Photojournalism Graduate Thesis (Directed Study)
Electives
12 credits from any graduate level Corcoran School studio course, internship, or directed study
9 credits from any graduate level Corcoran School course in art history, arts and humanities, directed study, or internship

Recommended program of study

First semester
CPJ 6010Photojournalism Graduate Seminar I
CPJ 6110Story and Narrative in Photojournalism
CPJ 6100Research, Reporting, and Writing: Contemporary Journalism Practice
CPJ 6050Advanced Multimedia Lab I
Second semester
CPJ 6020Photojournalism Graduate Seminar II: Approaches to Photo Editing
CPJ 6060Advanced Multimedia Lab II: Editing and Production
Third semester
CPJ 7010Photojournalism Graduate Seminar III: The Medium and the Message
CPJ 7800Thesis Workshop
Fourth semester
CPJ 7900Photojournalism Graduate Thesis (Directed Study)