MA Investigative
Journalism

The Master’s of Investigative Journalism program at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is an interdisciplinary program designed for career-switchers and early or mid-career journalists. Over three or four semesters, students learn investigative techniques and multimedia skills to produce stories with public impact.

Success Stories

Andy Blye

MAIJ December 2020

Reporter, Greenwich Time

Arlyssa Becenti

MAIJ August 2022

Indigenous Affairs Reporter, The Arizona Republic

Audrey Jensen

MAIJ December 2020

Reporter, Phoenix Business Journal

Albert Serna Jr.

MAIJ August 2023

FOIA Fellow, Muckrock

Jill Ryan

MAIJ December 2020

Producer, KJZZ Morning Edition, Phoenix

Juliette Rihl

MAIJ August 2022

Housing and Homelessness Reporter, The Arizona Republic

Lidia Terrazas

MAIJ December 2020

Multimedia Journalist, Univision San Antonio 41

Molly Bohannon

MAIJ August 2020

Breaking News Reporter, Forbes

Natalie Walters

MAIJ December 2020

Reporter, The Augusta Press

Nathan Collins

MAIJ December 2022

Accountability Reporter, KERA in Dallas

Rylee Kirk

MAIJ August 2021

Breaking News Reporter, The Post-Standard, Syracuse, NY

Shaena Montanari

MAIJ December 2020

Reporter, Spectrum Investigations NYC

Our Graduates

The Howard Center has trained dozens of graduate and undergraduate students at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism in investigative reporting techniques since its opening in Fall 2019. Howard Center graduates represent the next generation of investigative reporters and continue to share opportunities, resources and best practices through the Howard Center alumni network.

Connect with Howard Center Alumni