What can you study at Northwestern's Qatar campus?
Earn a degree from a top-ranked U.S. university while learning to analyze and communicate a range of experiences from an international environment in the Middle East.
- Undergraduate Degrees
- Liberal Arts
- Pre-College Programs
- Northwestern Semester in Qatar
The NU-Q journalism curriculum emphasizes journalism excellence, multimedia storytelling, ethics and professional behavior, audience understanding, research, quantitative literacy, visual literacy, and creativity. Many graduates of the journalism program find rewarding careers in public relations, or in print, broadcast or online journalism directly after graduation.Learn more
All NU-Q students are provided with a solid liberal arts education designed to broaden and enrich the study and understanding of human expression and interaction. Courses are taught in a variety of disciplines such as Arabic, English, history, religious studies, political science, and economics.Learn more
The minor in media and politics enables students to better understand how politicians, diplomats and policy-makers influence, and are themselves influenced by, the media in its myriad forms and formats. The minor is offered jointly by Northwestern University in Qatar and Georgetown School of Foreign Service in Qatar.Learn more
Our faculty members come from academia and industry, and they bring with them a wealth of theoretical and practical knowledge. With small class sizes, our professors are able to give individualized guidance and support to students.