The Graduate Certificate in Data Journalism offers instruction in coding, data visualization, ethics, interviewing, journalistic research methods, machine learning, and web scraping.
Expand your skills and knowledge with this interdisciplinary certificate offered in a collaboration between The Media School and the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering. Learn to analyze data to tell stories comprehensively and ethically. Boost your watchdog credentials. Prepare to enter newsrooms and other creative spaces with data science literacy, strong writing skills, and visual communication skills.
Your Graduate Certificate in Data Journalism gives you a foundation for such careers as:
- Data analyst
- Interactive designer
- Investigative journalist or reporter
- High school journalism teacher
- Documentary filmmaker
- Television anchor
To earn the Graduate Certificate in Data Journalism, you must complete 12 credit hours. You work with faculty to select your courses.
This certificate can be applied toward a data journalism concentration in the media school’s Master of Science in Media.
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