Journalism has been a part of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln curriculum since 1894. A School of Journalism was established as a unit within the College of Arts and Sciences in 1923. The school became a free-standing unit in 1979 and was named a college in 1985. The name was changed to the College of Journalism and Mass Communications in 1993.

The college's mission dictates a high priority role for excellent undergraduate teaching in the three sequences of advertising, broadcasting, and news-editorial. An M.A. in journalism complements this emphasis by building on a well-established and nationally recognized undergraduate curriculum.

Browse the College of Journalism and Mass Communications Collections:

Campus Voices

Faculty Publications, College of Journalism & Mass Communications

Journalism & Mass Communications: Student Media

Nebraska High School Journalism State Contest

Professional Projects from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications

Student Advertising Projects - College of Journalism & Mass Communication

Talks, Speeches, Presentations--Faculty of Journalism & Mass Communications

Theses from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications

Undergraduate Honors Theses: College of Journalism and Mass Communications