NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is for the curious, the restless investigators, the ones who never stop asking why.
They are guided by award-winning faculty who are major players in the industry, a diverse team whose talents and accomplishments have put them at the top of their field. NYU Journalism students experience their dedication firsthand, as they thrive in an environment that combines rigorous classroom learning with professional internships to produce inquisitive, career-ready journalists.
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NYU Journalism students are pulled to where we are: New York City, the media center of the world.
Our city is the undisputed global magnet for the best and the brightest and provides unrivaled access to internships and opportunities—as well as our robust network of successful journalism alumni.
Our Online Master’s in Journalism Brings the City to You
Students in NYU’s American Journalism Online Master’s Degree program report from wherever they are, as they learn from the nation’s top journalists and gain (virtual) access to all the New York City media industry has to offer.
Our faculty are drawn from the top working journalists in the United States. They represent every aspect of the field, from science reporting to cultural criticism, and work across print, digital, and audio platforms.
The Families Who Were Enslaved and Sold to Build the American Catholic Church
Our students are the future of journalism. Bold, curious, and relentless, they find a way to tell the story.
The most powerful part of NYU journalism has been the human connections and the community that supports me at every step. If I face challenges or big decisions, I know the people at NYU journalism—professors, career services, alumni, and former classmates—will be there to help me and to cheer me on.
MA 2015, PBS NewsHour White House Correspondent and "Washington Week" Host
Career Services at NYU Journalism was absolutely the deciding factor for me in choosing this over other colleges. They were able to give me realistic and specific answers when I asked how they could help me find the kind of job I wanted to build my career.
MA Class of 2014, Politics Reporter BuzzFeedNews
I choose NYU for so many reasons — but also because of its proximity to some of the best stories and internship opportunities in the world. I was born and raised here in New York, and grew up witnessing the truth in the phrase "if you can make it here you can make it anywhere." It seemed like a no-brainer.
BA Class of 2019, News12 Reporter
I loved the community feel at NYU Journalism. Everyone was always eager to help out when it came to career advice, feedback on my reporter reel, or just learning the ropes when it came to storytelling. I also loved how my professors had successful careers in news outside of teaching.
BA Class of 2013, ABC News Correspondent
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute offers many outstanding publishing platforms for its students and faculty. Among them are PressThink, Jay Rosen’s take on the media industry, and First Amendment Watch, which covers the many free speech and press conflicts going on today. Others like Pavement Pieces, The Click, and ScienceLine are associated with specific graduate concentrations. Still others are platforms for specific classes or for ambitious class reporting trips. They add up to many opportunities to publish outstanding work.
Recent Published Work
Our faculty and students are active and regular contributors
to top national and international publications.
NYU journalism events bring together working journalists, authors, filmmakers, and students in a lively forum that explores current events, new work, and industry trends.
NYU Journalism is pursuing a wide-ranging diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative this academic year.
Meet some of our students on Instagram. Come to our panels where we explore journalism, identity and issues that matter through a BIPOC lens. Engage with and tell us how we as a community can move forward in an inclusive and meaningful way.
Celebrated documentary filmmaker Nanfu Wang will join the faculty at NYU’s Journalism Institute starting Fall 2023
Wang has won the MacArthur Genius Grant, two Peabody Awards, a George Polk Award, and was shortlisted for three Academy Awards. She will teach courses, including a new one on Reporting in Closed Societies, and advise graduate students as a Distinguished Writer In Residence.
NYU Journalism announces 2023 Award Winners
These honors are a testament to their tremendous talent, hard work and dedication to journalism.
NYU Journalism Alumna Katia Patin is Chosen for FASPE Ethics Fellowship
Patin is one of 14 journalism students chosen for the 2023 Journalism Program of the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE).
The Launch for Rachel Swarns’ Forthcoming Book, The 272: The Families Who Were Enslaved and Sold to Build the American Catholic Church, Will Take Place on Monday, June 12 at 7pm at the Strand.
She will be in conversation with Edward Ball, the National Book Award-winning author of Slaves in the Family and Life of a Klansman.