Journalism is about revealing and persuasively communicating the truth.
Whether you’re a seasoned professional looking to expand your skills, a college undergraduate exploring your options, or anything in between, the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism can help you succeed.
Master of Journalism
A two-year course of study widely admired by industry leaders, our MJ program graduates informed journalists of uncommon skill, tenacity and vision, prepared to thrive in a dynamic and evolving professional landscape.
Undergraduate Journalism Minor
Even if you don’t plan to be a journalist, the ability for undergraduate students to communicate persuasively and engagingly across a variety of media platforms has never been more important. This hands-on program runs two consecutive six-week summer sessions and offers a real-world opportunity to develop your communication skills.
UC Berkeley Advanced Media Institute (BAMI)
Berkeley Advanced Media Institute is the leading professional development program specializing in digital media training for journalists, educators, communication specialists, freelance content creators and business leaders.
Investigative Reporting Program (IRP)
Dedicated to promoting, protecting and practicing sophisticated investigative reporting, the IRP is committed to creating journalism that exposes injustice and abuse of power while training the next generation of practitioners in the highest standards of our craft.
Bloomberg Business Journalism Diversity Program
The Bloomberg-UNC-Berkeley Business Journalism Diversity Program has two aims: to introduce journalism students to the dynamic field of business journalism and to increase diversity among journalists reporting on business.
The UC Berkeley - 11th Hour Food and Farming Journalism Fellowship
The UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism offers ten $10,000 postgraduate Food and Farming Journalism Fellowships Aimed at early and mid career journalists, the fellowship presents an opportunity to report ambitious long form print and audio stories on the full range of subjects under the rubric of food systems