Investigating the 10 best journalism schools for undergrads; where is ASU?

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More Americans are attending college than ever before, which means wonderful things for our nation’s prosperity and future generations’ quality of life. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, “between 2004 and 2014, enrollment increased 17 percent, from 17.3 million to 20.2 million.” Yet for recent college graduates, navigating the job market has become increasingly confusing and competitive.

This is no different for high school juniors and seniors who have pinpointed a passion in journalism. That’s why I’ve compiled the ten best journalism schools for students seeking both a great undergraduate experience and to enhance job prospects out of college.

Students interested in the humanities sometimes worry about their job prospects. While nobody wants their child to live a life filled with debt, students shouldn’t choose a career path that doesn’t interest them, purely for financial gain. If your child is passionate about a subject like journalism, there are plenty of excellent undergraduate programs out there.

The Ten Best Journalism Schools

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