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Television and Digital Journalism - MA

Program Overview

Prepare for a high-level career in the fast-paced and increasingly important television and media landscape. The master’s program in television and digital journalism is a 33-credit-hour intensive curriculum that provides comprehensive knowledge of the theory and practice of television journalism and digital media, in addition to the specialized skills needed to hit the ground running in television and multimedia news. You will master newsgathering, production, reporting skills, writing for broadcast and digital platforms, videography and self-shooting, video editing, presenting, social media, mobile journalism, research and verification and ethical best practices.

The bilingual nature of the program ensures that students are equipped with the full range of skills needed in the rapidly growing field of television and multimedia journalism in the Arab world and globally. Students also enjoy unlimited access to state-of-the-art digital facilities on campus, receiving unmatched exposure to real-life news and production environments.

The TVDJ MA program is recognized by the Egyptian Supreme Council for Universities and received official equivalency renewal in 2023 for a 5-year term.

TV and journalism program image of a TV studio and students working in front and behind the camera

Degrees and Admission Requirements

Students wishing to pursue a Master's degree in Television and Digital Journalism should meet the minimum academic and admission requirements set by AUC.


Fellowships are highly competitive awards. They are open to new students and may also be available to continuing graduate students who display superior performance in their academic endeavors, depending on the availability of allocated funds for a given fellowship award.


Our program faculty are committed and experienced professionals who are experts in their chosen fields. We also work with external industry professionals to enhance students’ learning and expand their networks.

AUC has taught me that I can master working in the media field in both languages, Arabic and English, professionally. The Kamal Adham Center is the reason why I can work as a one-man show.

Linda Badr '13, '21

I believe in experiences that push you a step further, and my time at the Kamal Adham Center made me take a leap at a very young age.

Rawan Lasheen '15, '17

AUC's Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism is the best place to start your career in the media jungle.

Jamil Alibhai, MA '20

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