The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is widely recognized as one of the nation’s premier professional journalism programs.
Located on Arizona State University’s downtown Phoenix campus in a state-of-the-art media complex, the Cronkite School leads the way in journalism education with its innovative use of the teaching hospital model, for which it has received international acclaim.
Arizona PBS, one of the nation’s largest public television stations, is part of Cronkite, making it the largest media outlet operated by a journalism school in the world. Arizona PBS serves as a hub for the Cronkite School’s full-immersion professional programs and a testing ground for new approaches in journalism.
Students get hands-on experiences in 15 intensive, full-immersion professional programs that produce news, information and community engagement on critical issues for the state, region and nation.
Student work is published at Cronkite News and is published and broadcast by news organizations around the state, region and country.