At the University of Minnesota Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication, students study and create research in collaboration with award-winning and nationally recognized faculty. Upon graduation, students are prepared to become the next generation of mass communication researchers.
Live and Work in a Major Media Market
We’re located in the heart of Minneapolis-St. Paul, a major metropolitan area with more than 300 advertising agencies, two daily newspapers, six television stations and 17 Fortune 500 companies. Students work within the community on both research and teaching.
Research & Funding Opportunities
We believe education and research should come first. That’s why graduate students at the Hubbard School are given funding opportunities, including fellowships and teaching opportunities.
Our faculty actively work with graduate students on nationally recognized research projects. Faculty advisers guide graduate students as mentors from the first year.
The Hubbard School offers top-of-the-line facilities in which to do research. You’ll receive office space and access to state-of-the-art technology, as well as programming and research opportunities through the Silha and Minnesota Journalism Centers.
Explore multiple areas of mass communication with departments across the University of Minnesota. From political science to public health, you can diversify your research and collaborate with faculty across the University.