Our courses are taught in Spanish, but bilingual students can present their projects and assignments in English. The number of students in class is small: between 10 and 20 students per class, allowing a very strong interaction with the professor and with his or her colleagues. In its majority, the courses are offered as workshops, to develop journalistic skills, from investigative journalism skills to the use of new formats, narratives and technologies. We push our students from the beginning to write or produce through our “South Florida Media Network” (en español) or through internships in Hispanic local and national media, or in our news bureaus in Miami, Washington D.C., and New York City. Our School recently developed with Univision the training and employment program STEP, where the selected students receive lectures, workshops and job opportunities at Univision. To learn more, click here.
Our classes are offered in the evenings, from 6:30 to 9:00 pm. This allow our students to work or do an internship in the morning.