Study Journalism

The stories you are reading on Te Karearea have been produced by students on Massey University’s Master of Journalism programme. Massey University has two main study paths if you are interested in journalism, either as a career, or as a subject of study. If you don’t have a degree, you can enrol in the Bachelor of Communication, and major in journalism. You will study a range of subjects that include both practical journalism skills and theory about the processes and nature of journalism in the contemporary world. You can read more about the Bachelor of Communication here If you already have a degree, you can enrol in the Master of Journalism. When you study the Master of Journalism at Massey, you will gain a qualification of top international standing. It is based on leading overseas qualifications, blending practical skills with a deeper, academic study of journalism. It will build a firm foundation for an exciting career in print journalism, broadcasting and other media-related areas, or will help you move to the next stage of your career. It is the only degree of its kind in New Zealand. You can read more about the Master of Journalism here