The master’s degree program in science and technology journalism (STJR) at Texas A&M University
prepares students for careers as writers and editors in science, technology, and medicine.

Science & Technology Journalism

Open to candidates with scientific or other backgrounds, the Science & Technology Journalism (STJR) master’s program includes course work in both science journalism and science. Students choose between an internship track and a thesis track. For information, please contact the program coordinator, Barbara Gastel, MD, MPH, at bgastel@cvm.tamu.edu or 979.845.6887.