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The Best Journalism Schools in the Country

According to the ranking, published in the December issue of NewsPro magazine, the University of Missouri at Columbia was entitled as the best journalism school in the USA. The ranking is based on a survey of 1,321 members of the Radio Television Digital News Association. The second place was taken by Northwestern University.

Here is the list of top best journalism colleges according to the survey:
12. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (School of Journalism and Mass Communication)
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11. University of Maryland, College Park (Philip Merrill College of Journalism)
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10. Lyndon State College (Electronic Journalism Arts Department)
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9. University of Montana (School of Journalism)
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8. University of Florida (College of Journalism and Communications)
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7. Ohio University (E.W. Scripps School of Journalism)
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6. Columbia University (Graduate School of Journalism)
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5. Arizona State University (Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication)
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4. Syracuse University (S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications)
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3. University of Georgia (Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication)
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2. Northwestern University (Medill School of Journalism)
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1. University of Missouri at Columbia (Missouri School of Journalism)
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Also there are a number of highly ranked journalism colleges in Miami where students can get their professional degrees. Plus journalists with credentials can develop skills of creative writing at Groupon Academy, while students will be able to gain practical experience having applied for a journalism internship or fellowship.