Students in the military visual journalism program learn to tell a story with images and words. This program trades on the technical knowledge you already possess, and gives you an education in communications to take those skills to the next level.
Newhouse classes are taught by some of the industry’s finest professionals, dedicated to sharing their knowledge and meeting one-on-one with students to help them build their skills.
In the advanced photojournalism (MPJ) program, students take classes in design, multimedia newswriting, photojournalism, communications, audio storytelling, video, lighting and photography.
The advanced motion media (MMM) classes include design, multimedia newswriting, broadcast and digital journalism, audio for video, lighting for video, communications and documentary production.
Coursework challenges students to bring their storytelling skills to a higher level. Students learn how to create professional, high-impact communications. The service member who spends a year studying at Newhouse will leave the program with knowledge to draw on for the rest of their careers.