Journalism at Marquette University

For a century, journalism has been an integral part of Marquette University.

Our students learn how to research complex issues and events, synthesize information and present it so readers can understand. A solid liberal arts foundation prepares our graduates to apply their journalism skills to related fields such as law, business and government.

Our curriculum reflects the move towards convergence in the digital age, with courses offered in multimedia and digital storytelling.

Marquette’s graduates have included the editorial page editor for the New York Times, a senior writer and columnist for Sports Illustrated and Pulitzer Prize-winning writers for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Seattle Times and Washington Post, as well as countless editors, writers, publishers and reporters across the country.

Learn more about our program on the Diederich College of Communication website