Columbia Journalism School's Continuing Education Program offers innovative professional development courses, building journalists' cutting-edge skills in digital design/multimedia storytelling, investigative reporting, reporting on crisis and conflict, and more.
These non-degree courses--all intensive "deep dives" led by Columbia faculty--can be taken individually, or taken as a series at a reduced tuition (email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details).
Language: Unless otherwise noted, all courses are conducted in English. The TOEFL examination is not required, but participants must be comfortable writing and speaking in English.
Tuition: Tuition cost varies by course. Participants should query employers about tuition reimbursement eligibility.
Academic Credit: All courses are non-credit bearing.
Register now for Spring 2015 Columbia Journalism course offerings:
Digital Video Journalism, Social Media, and Innovation
Investigative Reporting & Reporting Safely in Crisis Zones
Investigative Reporting: Fundamentals of Data Reporting with Sarah Cohen (March 14)
New Program! Investigative Reporting: Fundamentals of Data Reporting for Spanish speakers with Giannina Segnini (March 28)
Summer Investigative Reporting Course (July 6-24)
Meet our Faculty and Staff:
To receive notifications about upcoming workshops and events, write to email@example.com with “Continuing Education” in the subject line.
In addition, Columbia Journalism School has strong affiliation with, or directly administers, several prestigious professional fellowships and programs, including:
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.