Journalism Courses

J 188:  SPECIAL STUDIES: JOURNALISM
Credits: 1 to 3

 J 199:  SELECTED TOPICS: JOURNALIS M
Credits: 1 to 4

 J 215:  PUBLICATIONS LAB
Practical application of communications instruction through work on the student newspaper. Students are involved in all areas of production including reporting, photojournalism, advertising, production and distribution. Recommended pre- or corequisite: J 216.
Credits: 1 Lab : 3

 J 216:  REPORTING 1
A beginning class in newswriting. Emphasis is placed on writing leads, developing the story and a sense for news. Character and communication of news, and the rights and responsibilities of journalists are explored. Open to all students. Recommended prerequisite: WR 121 or instructor approval.
Credits: 3 Lecture: 3

 J 217:  REPORTING 2
A continuation of Reporting 1 with emphasis placed on comprehensive news story writing, covering speeches and meetings and interviewing. Recommended prerequisite: J 216 or instructor approval.
Credits: 3 Lecture: 3

 J 280:  JOURNALISM PRACTICUM
Community work experience in journalism (may include internships in local media).
Credits: 1 to 3

J 299:  SELECTED TOPICS: JOURNALISM
Credits: 1 to 4

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