Journalism (JOUR)

JOUR 3011. Journalism Workshop (1-4 Credits) 

A workshop for upper-division students who participate in the production of student or other campus print-oriented media.

JOUR 3012. Mass Communication Workshop (1-4 Credits) 

A workshop for upper-division students who participate in the production of student or other campus multi-media publications (emphasizing non-print media).

Prerequisites: CMS 2010 and CMS 2100 and COMM 1110 and ENGL 1102

Restrictions: Communication Media Studies

JOUR 3021. Journalism Workshop (3 Credits) 

A workshop for upper-division students who participate in the production of student or other campus print-oriented media. semester hours. Interested students should consult with the Program Coordinator for Communication and Media Studies in the School of Arts & Sciences.

JOUR 3022. Mass Communication Workshop (3 Credits) 

A workshop for upper-division students who participate in the production of student or other campus multi-media publications (emphasizing non-print media). for credit, not to exceed nine semester hours. Interested students should consult with the Program Coordinator for Communication and Media Studies in the School of Arts & Sciences.

Prerequisites: CMS 2010 and CMS 2100 and COMM 1110 and ENGL 1102

JOUR 3031. Journalism Workshop (3 Credits) 

A workshop for upper-division students who participate in the production of student or other campus print-oriented media. May be repeated for credit, not to exceed nine semester hours. Interested students should consult with the Program Coordinator for Communication and Media Studies in the School of Arts & Sciences.

JOUR 3032. Mass Communication Workshop (3 Credits) 

A workshop for upper-division students who participate in the production of student or other campus multi-media publications (emphasizing non-print media). May be repeated for credit, not to exceed nine semester hours. Interested students should consult with the Program Coordinator for Communication and Media Studies in the School of Arts & Sciences.

Prerequisites: CMS 2010 and CMS 2100 and COMM 1110 and ENGL 1102