Military Visual Journalism

The Newhouse School is home to two Department of Defense-sponsored programs that teach active-duty service members photojournalism and broadcast journalism. 

The Military Visual Journalism program teaches active-duty service members photojournalism and broadcast journalism. The Military Photojournalism (MPJ) and Military Motion Media (MMM) students serve in the Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Army in public affairs and as mass communication specialists, photographers and videographers. Students take 30 credits in communications, photojournalism, photography, broadcast and digital journalism, design, sound and documentary production.