Columbia Journalism School
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Training Programs

Columbia Journalism School's Continuing Education Program offers innovative professional development  for non-degree students in digital design/multimedia storytelling, investigative reporting, a fall workshop on working safely in conflict zones and more.  Courses can be taken individually, or take a series at reduced tuition (see the Bundle note below).

The TOEFL examination is not required, but participants must  be comfortable writing/speaking English.

Participants should query employers about tuition reimbursement eligibility. All courses are non-credit bearing.

Register now for our 2014 course offerings:

Digital Video Journalism

Investigative Reporting

Social Media & Reporting Safely

Meet our Faculty and Staff:

Prof. Duy Linh Tu, Video Reporting/Digital Media

Prof. Sheila Coronel, Director, Stabile Center for Investigative Reporting

Dr. Mario Garcia, Multi-platform Design and Storytelling

Judith Matloff, Reporting in Conflict Zones

Leslie Wayne, Financial Reporting

Blake Morrison, Investigative Reporting Techniques

Ernest R. Sotomayor, Dean of Student Affairs and Continuing Education Programs

Read Course Testimonials

To receive notifications about upcoming workshops and events, write to with “Continuing Education” in the subject line.


Professional Fellowships

In addition, Columbia Journalism School has strong affiliation with, or directly administers, several prestigious professional fellowships and programs, including:

Punch Sulzberger Program
Spencer Fellowship
Dart Center and Dart Center Fellowships
Professional Reporting Fellowships


Publishing Course

For over 60 years, the Columbia Publishing Course has been training young men and women for careers as editors, literary agents, publishers, designers, publicists and more. Graduates can be found in every kind of job, at major magazines and publishing houses across the nation.

Learn more about Publishing Course dates and applications.


Select the academic degree that interests you: