Published on 11/15/2016

Students will learn how to utilize positive journalistic values such as objectivity, independence, accuracy and curiosity.

Admissions, Enrollment and Student Affairs announced the launch of a new graduate program in Journalism offered by the School of Social S​ciences and Humanities.  Applications are open to enroll in the first batch which will start study in Fall 2017 from now until February 15, 2017.

Commenting on the kick-off of the new program, Dr. Mohammad ElNawawy Head of the Media and Cultural Studies Program at the DI, said: "We aim to prepare a new generation of ambitious journalists who are equipped with proper technical skills and ethical values.  The program will also empower its future graduates to cover important issues facing the region through offering comprehensive and diverse perspectives.  Students will learn how to utilize positive journalistic values such as objectivity, independence, accuracy and curiosity."  

Students can apply to study in the Journalism program between now and February 15, 2017 here.