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University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Journalism

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University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Journalism

University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Journalism & Mass Communication
Established 1905
Type Public
Director Greg Downey
Location Madison, Wisconsin, USA

The school of Journalism & Mass Communication is the Journalism school of the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Located in Vilas Communications Hall, the school offers two Master of Arts' programs, a doctoral program, and two undergraduate degrees.

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