Journalism is the coverage and reportage of major events, ideas and people to the public. An MA in journalism will give students the ability to choose a topic with a cultural, political or social significance, research the subject with objectivity, and relay information in an interesting and enlightening way. A postgraduate degree in journalism will usually teach students the theory behind written and spoken communication, as well as practical skills such as editing and video production. At a postgraduate level, you can go into an array of journalistic fields, such as broadcast journalism, political journalism, digital journalism, scientific journalism, and much more. This vocational degree gives students the communication skills, critical thinking ability, and the managing dexterity to succeed in their chosen field.