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Journalism Schools in New Mexico

There are two schools in the state of New Mexico offering journalism programs. In 2010, 103 students graduated with degrees from New Mexico journalism schools.

Overview

On average, 116 students graduate from journalism programs in New Mexico per year. In 2010, 103 students graduated with a journalism degree at the bachelor's level.

Two journalism schools are in this mountain state. And out of these, two schools are public. Public journalism school tuition varies from $5,400 to $5,506.

Average tuition for programs in journalism is $5,456. The lowest tuition in this state is at New Mexico State University-Main, while the highest tuition for journalism programs, which is $5,506 every year, is at the University of New Mexico.

New Mexico journalism schools offer bachelors degrees. No journalism students at the undergraduate level sought masters level degrees in 2010.

Journalism Program Completions in New Mexico 2006 - 2010

On average, 116 students graduate from journalism programs in New Mexico per year. In 2010, 103 students graduated with a journalism degree at the bachelor's level.

Journalism Program Completions in New Mexico 2006 - 2010

  • Bachelor 2006: 138
  • Bachelor 2007: 141
  • Bachelor 2008: 130
  • Bachelor 2009: 101
  • Bachelor 2010: 103

Journalism Program Availability in New Mexico

New Mexico schools offer a total of two programs in journalism.

Journalism Program Availability in New Mexico

  • Bachelor: 2

Broadcast News Analysts — Salary by Percentile

Broadcast News Analysts — Salary by Percentile

  • 10th Percentile: 31600
  • 25th Percentile: 33690
  • Median: 37200
  • 75th Percentile: 56670
  • 90th Percentile: 102070

Reporters and Correspondents — Salary by Percentile

Reporters and Correspondents — Salary by Percentile

  • 10th Percentile: 20770
  • 25th Percentile: 25960
  • Median: 32060
  • 75th Percentile: 37200
  • 90th Percentile: 45790

Broadcast News Analysts — Employment Trend

Broadcast News Analysts — Employment Trend

  • Median Salary 2006: 59235
  • Median Salary 2007: 61120
  • Median Salary 2008: 55130
  • Median Salary 2009: 46165
  • Median Salary 2010: 37200
  • Total Employed 2006: 60
  • Total Employed 2007: 60
  • Total Employed 2008: 60
  • Total Employed 2009: 60
  • Total Employed 2010: 60

Reporters and Correspondents — Employment Trend

Reporters and Correspondents — Employment Trend

  • Median Salary 2006: 30770
  • Median Salary 2007: 28140
  • Median Salary 2008: 29110
  • Median Salary 2009: 29810
  • Median Salary 2010: 32060
  • Total Employed 2006: 490
  • Total Employed 2007: 470
  • Total Employed 2008: 390
  • Total Employed 2009: 380
  • Total Employed 2010: 340

New Mexico vs National Journalism Employment

New Mexico vs National Journalism Employment

  • Employed in New Mexico: 0.787% (400)

Journalism Schools in New Mexico

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1. New Mexico State University - Main

2850 Weddell Street
Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001
(575) 646-0111

New Mexico State University-Main is located in the suburbs of Las Cruces, New Mexico and NM State offers one journalism program. Overall, 18,600 students pursue degrees in 169 NM State programs. This university is the second oldest institution in the state of New Mexico offering programs in journalism.

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2. The University of New Mexico

1700 Lomas Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(505) 277-0111

The University of New Mexico, which is 1.5 miles from the heart of downtown, is in Albuquerque, NM and UNM offers one program in journalism. UNM is a public, 4-year, research institution. In terms of programs, it is the second biggest institution in the state of New Mexico offering journalism.