Joint ma in africana studies and journalism in New york university
The goal of this program is to develop skills that intersect journalism with social and cultural commentaries that inform, advocate and focus on Africa, African and African Diasporic communities and spaces. Students will sharpen their ability to research, report and write with depth, understanding and perception about African and African Diasporic politics, societies and cultures.
Online application, Statement of Purpose / Personal Statement, Official Transcripts and Degree Conferral, Academic Records and Proof of Degree, Test scores: GRE, GMAT, IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 90, Letters of recommendation, R sum or curriculum vitae, Financial Documentation.
Many different careers in various industries/areas : Banking, Insurance companies, Human Resources, Publishing and Bookstores chains, News Media, Wine and food industry, Restaurants Chains and others, Retailing, Consulting and Public Relations firms, Computer/software firms, Communications, Phone, and Cable companies, Medicine & Health, Law, Politics & Government, Performing Arts & Entertainment, Visual Arts, Sports