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Minor in Broadcast Journalism

Minor in Broadcast Journalism

Description
The minor in Broadcast Journalism is designed to introduce students to broadcast journalism and develop one's skills in verbal and visual storytelling. The minor in Broadcast Journalism is designed to achieve the following learning outcomes: to develop an awareness and understanding of the analytical process used to design a news story in response to defined situation; to demonstrate professional, entry-level proficiency in the composition of a broadcast journalism message designed to share information with a target public; to demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively with others on a broadcast journalism task; and to develop an awareness and understanding of the strategies and tactics used in broadcast journalism environment.

Core Requirements ( 18 credits )

MC 342 and MC 343 may not be taken at the same time and when taking either, MC 344 must be taken concurrently.

MC 308 Broadcast Journalism (3)
Effective spring 2015, course will be offered as COMM 308 Broadcast Journalism (3)

MC 341 TV News Writing (3)
Effective spring 2015, course will be offered as COMM 341 TV News Writing (3)

MC 342 TV News Reporting (3)
Effective spring 2015, course will be offered as COMM 342 TV News Reporting (3)

MC 343 TV News Photography (3)
Effective spring 2015, course will be offered as COMM 343 TV News Photography (3)

MC 344 TV News Editing (3)
Effective spring 2015, course will be offered as COMM 344 TV News Editing (3)