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Investigative Journalism Masters

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The Masters in Investigative Journalism is run by the departments of English. It is taught by award-winning journalists and distinguished academics.

Investigative journalism is one of the most challenging and rewarding branches of the media. Investigative journalists draw on a broad range of specialised skills, among others working with documents and archives, understanding standards in government or business or knowing how to overturn a wrongful conviction.

The course is ideal for professionals who wish to update their training as well as to graduates of other disciplines or those seeking a career change. It combines practice with theory. The course is designed for students from overseas as well as from the UK.

All students take five core classes. They also choose two options. There is a dissertation on a topic of your choice, guided by an expert supervisor.

The course director is Eamonn O'Neill.

For more information email hass-courses-hum@strath.ac.uk

 

 

To find out more about the courses and opportunities on offer visit isc.strath.ac.uk or call today on +44 (0) 1273 339333 and discuss your education future. You can also complete the online application form, or to ask a question please fill in the enquiry form and talk to one of our multi-lingual Student Enrolment Advisers today. 

for Sep 2015 entry to full-time MSc investigative journalism (Admission Code : ESMSC2)

Postgraduate entry requirements are in our prospectus.

for Sep 2015 entry to part-time MSc investigative journalism (Admission Code : ESMSC3)

Postgraduate entry requirements are in our prospectus.

for Sep 2015 entry to full-time PG Diploma investigative journalism (Admission Code : ESPG1)

Postgraduate entry requirements are in our prospectus.

for Sep 2015 entry to part-time PG Diploma investigative journalism (Admission Code : ESPG2)

Postgraduate entry requirements are in our prospectus.

Investigate

News

Eamonn O'Neill on TV investigative journalism for Channel 4's website.

BBC report - Strathclyde Investigative Journalism leads the way.

Investigating injustice

The release of Robert Brown.

News on MOJO and the Innocence Network.