The graduate program in the Department of Media + Journalism offers a Master of Science degree in Mass Communication with a specialization in:
Spanish Language Journalism
Recognizing the profound changes underway in the journalism profession, the Spanish-language journalism master’s program – the first of its kind taught entirely in Spanish – offers a curriculum that emphasizes convergence and multimedia. With three distinct specializations – Spanish-language journalism and multimedia, Spanish-English-language journalism and Spanish-language journalism in Latin American and Caribbean Studies – this master’s program is designed for aspiring and experienced journalists who want to work at the professional level in the Spanish-Language media in the U.S., Latin America, or Europe. The focus of the program is on the development of the writing, critical thinking, analytic, ethical and practical skills necessary for a professional career in journalism.
4 +1 Degree Program
Master of Science in Communication- Spanish Language Journalism
Designed for current FIU students in all majors who want to get a head start on their Graduate degree while completing their Bachelor’s degree. Students interested in learning if the 4 +1 program is right for them should reach out to the SCJ for more information. Students already majoring in one of the other tracks in Communication or Communication Arts, should contact their current advisor to see if this is a good option for them. Current FIU students who are not in any of the current Communication tracks, or in Communication Arts should contact the Advising Office to schedule an appointment: 305/919-5235 or 305/348-1255.