Journalism Writing, Minor (403)
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Program Requirements (21 hours)
The minor in journalism writing requires a minimum of 21 hours. Students pursing the minor can gain valuable knowledge and skills in professional media writing and journalistic storytelling.
|SOM 101||Understanding Media Content, Ethics and Technology||3|
|JOUR 202||Introduction to News Writing||3|
|JOUR 301||Press Law and Ethics 1||3|
|JOUR 302||Intermediate Reporting||3|
|JOUR 325||Feature Writing||3|
|Select two of the following: 2||6|
|Multiplatform News Presentation|
|News / Editorial Internship Practicum|
|Creative Nonfiction Writing|
|Editing and Publishing|
|Writing Memoir and Autobiography|
|Folklore and the Media|
|Survey of Electronic Media Writing|
The prerequisite for JOUR 301 includes PS 110, which may be applied toward Colonnade requirements.
One selected course must have a JOUR prefix. Additionally, some courses among these have prerequisites. Please check the catalog.
Half of the hours in the minor must be at the 300- or 400- level.