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Journalism Immersion

Semester Requirements

The journalism immersion provides opportunities for the advanced study of selected areas of journalism, including its history and relevant legal and ethical issues, and for education and practice in writing and editing skills required of journalists. This immersion is closed to students majoring in advertising and public relations, communication, and journalism.

Required course
COMM-362 Law and Ethics of the Press
Choose two of the following:
   COMM-261    History of Journalism
   COMM-263    Computer-Assisted Reporting
   COMM-271    Introduction to Journalism
   COMM-272    Reporting and Writing I
   COMM-273    Reporting and Writing II
   COMM-274    News Editing