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M.A. Program

The prestigious, nine-month Master of Arts program is designed to equip journalists with subject-area expertise, so that they may cover complicated issues in a sophisticated, nuanced manner. Read more »

Dual-Degree Programs

The Journalism School offers several dual degree programs in cooperation with other schools and programs at Columbia University and abroad. Participation in these programs is contingent upon acceptance into both both the Journalism School and the program's partner school. Read more »

International Programs

Partnerships with Sciences Po in Paris and the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg allow Columbia Journalism students to study in both New York City and abroad and receive degrees from two institutions. Read more »

Dual_degreePh.D. Program

The Doctor of Philosophy degree gathers and focuses the resources of Columbia University on a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of communications. Students craft individual courses of study drawing upon the wide array of departments and divisions at the university. Read more »

Knight-Bagehot Fellowship

The Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism offers qualified journalists the opportunity to enhance their understanding and knowledge of business, economics and finance. Read more »

Columbia Case Studies Program

The Columbia Case Studies Program, launched in February 2007, aims to enhance the way journalism is taught in the US and abroad by giving teachers and professionals powerful new tools with which to work. The goal is to train students to think like newsroom managers and news industry leaders. Read more »

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Collier-Macmillan Corporate financial reporting in a competitive economy (Columbia University. Graduate School of Business. Studies of the modern corporation)
Book (Collier-Macmillan)

My educational qualifications

by wrongman33

For you:
Columbia University Graduate School of Business:
M.B.A. - Finance & International Business. Dean's List. Advi­sor for the International Business Soci­ety
Boston University: Studies in Business & Contract Law. (Nights)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - School of Engi­neering:
C.E. (Civil Engineer) - Project Management.
M.S. - Structural Engineering. Honors: Sigma Xi; NSF Traineeship.
B.S. - Civil Engineering. Honors: Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon.

More news outlets, less information

by fwiw

A "new paradox of journalism" has emerged in which the number of news outlets continues to grow, yet the number of stories covered and the depth of many reports is decreasing, according to an annual review of the news business being released today by a watchdog group.
Many television, radio and newspaper newsrooms are cutting their staffs as advertising revenue stagnates, but blogs and other online ventures lack the size or inclination to generate information, reports the Project for Excellence in Journalism, a research institute affiliated with the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism

Alex sundby - 3 - "the end, alex, you loser"

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* Web site design with Dreamweaver. Audio editing with Pro Tools. Experience with such Web 2.0 tools as blog software, Flickr, Google Maps, Soundslides, timelines and Twitter. Photography with Nikon D90 digital camera.
* Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
-Robert Harron Award in 2008 "given to the student who has demonstrated excellence in writing and reporting as well as exemplary kindness and courtesy to fellow students."
* Society of Professional Journalists, Region 10
-First Place Spot News Reporting Mark of Excellence award in 2003 for a shared byline story about a riot

The Value of Innovative Medical Therapies  — Huffington Post
Frank Lichtenberg, professor of business at Columbia University Graduate School of Business and a co-author of the study said, "I've done a number of studies that have demonstrated that the use of newer drugs -- while it does increase the ..

Geithner book faces blowback  — WSBT-TV
Through a spokeswoman, Geithner said he stands by his account of his conversation with Hubbard, who is dean of Columbia University Graduate School of Business and was an economic adviser for Mitt Romney during his run for president in 2012.

The regulation of the consumer finance industry: A case study of rate ceilings and loan limits in New York State (Columbia University. Graduate School of Business. Studies in consumer credit no. 3)
Book (Graduate School of Business, Columbia University; distributed by Columbia University Press)
Columbia Journal of World Business. Volume 30 (1995)
Book (NY: Columbia University)
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