The University of King’s College and Dalhousie University are pleased to announce that the Master of Journalism program launched last month has officially been approved by the Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission.
This marks the last step in the program’s development stage and ensures that King’s will officially welcome its first group of MJ students in June.
The degree, offered jointly by King’s and Dalhousie, is a 10-month program that offers two streams: investigative reporting and new ventures. It is designed specifically for students who are already working in the field and/or possess a Bachelor’s degree in journalism. It is the first degree of its kind in Canada to specialize in multimedia digital reporting, investigative and entrepreneurial journalism.
The Masters of Journalism program will continue to accept applications until March 15.
For more information, go to http://mj.ukings.info or contact Kelly Toughill (902-422-1271 x185, firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also follow program updates on Twitter by following @kingsjournalism.