The student, with approval of a supervising faculty member, designs an independent project to study a subject area that is not available in the journalism curriculum. Prior to registration, the student must submit a written proposal that outlines the project.
Course requires that the student, with approval of a supervising faculty member, designs an independent project to study a subject area that is not available in the journalism curriculum. Prior to registration, the student must submit a written proposal that outlines the project. Department permission is required.
Internships provide advanced journalism students with opportunities to gain work experience with online or print publications in their areas of concentration or interest while receiving academic credit toward their degrees
Course provides advanced Broadcast Journalism students with internship opportunities to gain work experience in their area of concentration or interest while receiving academic credit toward their degrees.
Course provides advanced journalism students with internship opportunities to gain work experience with online or print publications in their areas of concentration or interest while receiving academic credit toward their degrees.
Anyone can blog; this course will teach you how to blog well. Students from throughout the college identify a niche, research the editorial opportunities for that audience, report and write posts, shoot and upload relevant photos and videos, and implement blogging best practices, including ethics, copyright, links, SEO, social media and monetization.
This online course enables students from all programs to polish their writing and improve their essential grammar and punctuation skills. Coursework will enhance the skills that students need in order to write with clarity and conciseness. Note: This course is not for journalism majors.
The student, with approval of a supervising faculty member, designs an independent project to study a subject area that is not available in the journalism curriculum. Prior to registration, the student must submit a written proposal that outlines the project.
Opportunities to gain work experience in areas of concentration or interest while receiving academic credit toward degree.