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The LSJ at the University of Lincoln was formally opened by the celebrated investigative journalist John Pilger in November 2004, to develop the study of journalism in all its aspects. It is based on a well-established department of journalism with a large BA journalism programme established in 1998, a full postgraduate programme and a doctoral programme.
The character of the Lincoln journalism programme is distinctive, with a particular focus on journalism and international human rights, investigative journalism, the regulation and conduct of journalists, press history, and the relationship between journalism and literature.
The Masters programme in journalism includes popular modules on arts reporting and cultural journalism, as well as bedrock units on news reporting, sub-editing, press law and careers guidance combined with work placements. The LSJ also offers specialist Masters programmes in Sports Journalism and Science and Environmental Journalism, alongside two new programmes: an MA in Journalism, War and International Human Rights and an MA in Community Radio.
For more information about the Lincoln School of Journalism and all its journalism programmes, visit the School’s website – or contact us using the form below.