The journalism schools at Mizzou and KU rank first and third in a list of most popular j-schools.
StateUniversity.com, a website that compiles and lists data about colleges, posted the list.
It cites Mizzou’s 598 journalism students, or 9 percent of the student population. At KU, 6 percent of students are enrolled in the j-school, or 340 students. Northwestern’s Medill school holds the number two spot.
Also in the top 10: Indiana, Penn State, NYU and Columbia, to name a few.