TOPICS IN JOURNALISM2635898/30/2018 3:45:41 PMTopics in Journalism covers a variety of specific areas of study in the journalism field Topics vary from semester to semester and offerings are listed in the current course JournalismJRN-290Topics in Journalism covers a variety of specific areas of study in the journalism field. Topics vary from semester to semester and offerings are listed in the current course schedule. Sample topics include screenwriting, authoritarian media systems, writing for social media, or studio production. Students may repeat this course three times on different topics, for a maximum of 12 credit hours.UndergraduateJournalism
INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION2635608/30/2018 4:00:01 PMgives a broad overview of the journalism field, emphasizing mass media and its impact on JournalismJRN-152Introduction to Mass Communication gives a broad overview of the journalism field, emphasizing mass media and its impact on public opinion. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: MC911] UndergraduateJournalism
MEDIA NEWS WRITING2635938/30/2018 4:00:01 PMMedia News Writing teaches techniques and skills necessary for success as a journalist today This course covers the mechanics of writing, copy editing, layout and design Journalism JournalismJRN-155Media News Writing teaches techniques and skills necessary for success as a journalist today. This course covers the mechanics of writing, copy editing, layout and design, and proofreading in all platforms of media. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: MC919] UndergraduateJournalism
INTRODUCTION TO BROADCASTING2635518/30/2018 3:45:45 PMIntroduction to Broadcasting provides a broad overview of the field, including the history of American radio and television broadcasting; comparative broadcasting Journalism JournalismJRN-165Introduction to Broadcasting provides a broad overview of the field, including the history of American radio and television broadcasting; comparative broadcasting systems; organization and operation of stations and networks; social and legal responsibilities of radio and television; broadcasting codes and guidelines; and audience survey results and methods. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: MC914] UndergraduateJournalism
MEDIA FEATURES WRITING2635943/10/2018 12:15:19 PMMedia Feature Writing is an introductory course in researching and writing feature articles for newspapers and magazines in all platforms of media Journalism JournalismJRN-170Media Feature Writing is an introductory course in researching and writing feature articles for newspapers and magazines in all platforms of media. Students write non-fiction articles (typically 500 to 2,000 words long), which they are encouraged to submit for publication. All work must be typed. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateJournalism
INTRODUCTION TO FILM26354511/30/2018 3:15:04 PMIntroduction to Film examines the art and craft of filmmaking to improve understanding of and appreciation for the cinematic medium Films of the 19th, 20th and 21st Journalism JournalismJRN-180Introduction to Film examines the art and craft of filmmaking to improve understanding of and appreciation for the cinematic medium. Students learn about lighting, camera work, editing, sound and character relationship. Films of the 19th, 20th and 21st century are viewed and discussed. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F2 908 ] UndergraduateJournalism