Journalism provides a cross-platform foundation with a focus on reporting, research techniques and writing style unique to online, print, broadcast, social media and database journalism.
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Total credits: 18
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|COMM 303||Writing across the Media||3|
|COMM 351||News Writing and Reporting||3|
|or COMM 352||News Editing: Print and Beyond|
|COMM 361||Online Journalism||3|
|or COMM 369||Multimedia Storytelling|
|COMM 475||Journalism Law||3|
|Select two from the following:||6|
|Introduction to Journalism|
|Introduction to Media Production|
|News Writing and Reporting 1|
|News Editing: Print and Beyond 1|
|Online Journalism 1|
|Multimedia Storytelling 1|
|Sports Writing and Reporting|
|Business and Economic Journalism|
|Special Topics in Journalism|
|Internship in Communication (take for 3 credits) 2|
|Free Speech and Ethics (Mason Core)|
|History of Journalism|
Only if not taken as a required course.
When relevant, may be taken as elective with prior written approval of the director of the minor.