GET IN THE GAME AT THE J-SCHOOL

Jayhawk Journalists have been telling great stories for more than 100 years. At the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications, students work with award-winning teachers and nationally recognized student media outlets. They develop and hone writing, research, critical thinking and communication skills to succeed at KU and beyond.

Choose your degree

Undergraduate

 •​ BSJ: News & Information

 •​ BSJ: Strategic Communication

 •​ Journalism Minor

 •​​​ Sports media concentration

Master's

•​ MSJ: Thesis track, Lawrence campus

•​ MSJ: Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) - for working professionals, Edwards Campus

•​ MS/JD: Joint degree in journalism and law

•​ MSJ (online): Digital Content Strategy

Ph.D.

•​ Ph.D. in Journalism and Mass Communications


Learn more

•​​ See a list of our courses
•​​ Talk to an advisor —​ email jadvising@ku.edu
•​​ Talk to our career coordinator —​ email steve_rottinghaus@ku.edu
•​​ View the J-School's diversity plan


Schedule a campus visit

Contact Vicky Reyes
Recruitment Coordinator
vickyreyes@ku.edu or 785-864-7620

Get involved with student media

Kansan

University Daily Kansan
The Kansan is a fertile learning ground for all students on the news and info or strategic communication track.
 


Agency

The Agency 
Work with real, paying clients as part of this student-run advertising, marketing and branding agency. 
 


KUJH setKUJH-TV
Students produce the station’s live newscasts and sports programs and cover breaking news and events.

 


Media Crossroads team in front of green screenMedia Crossroads
Have a fun idea for TV? Media Crossroads could be for you. More than a dozen shows are produced by students. ​

 


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