Joint ma in near eastern studies and journalism in New york university
The joint degree program gives students professional training for careers as newspaper, magazine, or broadcast journalists, combined with study of the politics, history, and cultures of the Middle East. The general requirements for the joint degree include 20 Journalism credits and 20 Near Eastern Studies credits, as well as a thesis or Master's project. On the Journalism side of Global Journalism (GloJo), the general requirement is five Journalism courses over three or four semesters. GloJo students take their required Writing, Research, and Reporting I and II together but choose their electives from the available offerings in a given term.
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.
Broadcast journalist, Editorial assistant, Magazine journalist, Newspaper journalist, Press sub-editor, Publishing copy-editor/proofreader. Teaching, journalism, publishing, law, broadcasting and librarianship. Also jobs in a variety of sectors including banking or accountancy, the media, advertising, marketing, political administration and law.