This information is from the 2014-2015 Undergraduate Bulletin. Please note that registration restrictions are subject to change.

JRNL 80   - Online Journalism

Fall, Spring, Summer
A thorough introduction to the fastest-growing side of professional journalism ??? online journalism. Students explore methods of storytelling on the Web using various media, while examining the ethical and legal issues in online journalism. The role of social media in journalism and connections among online, print and broadcast journalism are considered. Practical skills include Web-based reporting, online news writing, and design and construction of websites.

Semester Hours: 3 

JRNL 014. Lab fees additional.

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