Experience LSU in D.C.

Through the LSU in D.C. program, students spend four weeks in D.C., earning course credit, going on field trips, and networking with professionals in journalism, public relations, advertising, and politics.

If you think you might want to work in Washington, this program is a great way to learn of the many career opportunities available in the city.​​

Courses offered: 
MC 4971: Media and Politics in the Nation's Capital 
MC 4090: Media Ethics and Social Responsibility


Courses are taught by Dr. John Maxwell Hamilton, the Hopkins P. Breazeale Professor in LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication and a senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C.



Through the LSU in D.C. program, students spend four weeks in D.C., earning course credit, going on field trips, and networking with professionals in journalism, public relations, advertising, and politics.

If you think you might want to work in Washington, this program is a great way to learn of the many career opportunities available in the city.​​

Courses offered: 
MC 4971: Media and Politics in the Nation's Capital 
MC 4090: Media Ethics and Social Responsibility


Courses are taught by Dr. John Maxwell Hamilton, the Hopkins P. Breazeale Professor in LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication and a senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C.



 Guest speakers have included​​​:

  • Rob Rehg, regional president of Edelman Washington
  • Amy Brittain, investigative journalist for the Washington Post
  • Jack Shafer, senior media writer at Politico
  • David Espo, Washington bureau chief for the AP
  • Gregg Leslie, legal defense director at Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press