Journalism Courses

JOUR

3030 – Media, News, and Consumers

3090 – Information Gathering

3190 – Reporting and Writing Across Platforms

3280 – Introduction to Video Journalism

3310 – Introduction to Journalism

3310H – Introduction to Journalism (Honors)

3330 – Introduction to Photojournalism

3380 – Introduction to Digital Design

4090 – Multiplatform Story Production

4960R – Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research

4970R – Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research

4980R – Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research

4990R – Honors Undergraduate Thesis (or Final Project)

5010 – Media Internship

5090 – Multiplatform Newsroom: Newsource

5091 – Multiplatform Newsroom: Projects

5100 – Professional Practicum

5160/7160 – Advanced Photojournalism

5170 – Advanced Studies in Journalism

5190/7190 – Feature Writing

5280/7280 – Advanced Video Journalism

5320/7320 – Journalism Ethics and Diversity

5370/7370 – Documentary Photojournalism

5380/7380 – Data Gathering and Visualization

5380E/7380E – Data Gathering and Visualization

5390/7390 – Investigative Reporting

5420/7420 – Credibility, the News Media, and Public Trust

5570 – Travel Journalism

5590/7590 – Critical Writing

5640/7640 – Business of News

5990 – Seminar in Journalism

5990H – Seminar in Journalism (Honors)

7310 – Journalism Projects

JRLC

 

1001 – Career Explorations in Journalism and Mass Communication

3600 – Media Savvy Becoming Digitally Literate

3800 – Sports, Media and Society

3850 – Introduction to Sports Reporting and Writing

4800 – Multiplatform Storytelling for Sports

4960R – Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research I

4970R – Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research II

4980R – Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research III

4990R – Undergraduate Research Thesis (or Final Project)

5040/7040 – Law of Mass Communication

5040H – Law of Mass Communication (Honors)

5060 – Telenovelas, Culture, and Society

5080 – International Mass Communication

5210 – Social Effects of Mass Communication

5400 – Race, Gender, and the Media

5490/7490 – History of the Mass Media in the United States

5750 – Social and Digital Media Production for Sports

5780 – Sports and Social Media

5800 – Sports Enterprise Reporting and Writing

5810 – Sports Media Relations

5820 – Sports Broadcast and Production

5880 – Topics in Sports Media

5900 – Sports Media Capstone

5990 – Seminar in Journalism and Mass Communication

5990E – Seminar in Journalism and Mass Communication

Journalism Courses

Journalism
Students accepted for Spring 2016 and beyond will earn a bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a major in Journalism. Students enrolled before Spring 2016 will find information about their emphases here.

A major in Journalism prepares students for jobs in news organizations including broadcast and multimedia reporting, writing, editing, and producing. Journalism majors work in photojournalism, video journalism, social media, web and publication design, media innovation and entrepreneurship, and news management.
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Sports Media Certificate
The certificate will be offered by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. Aimed at preparing students for careers in sports writing, sports broadcasting and sports communications, the program will be led by veteran sports journalist Vicki Michaelis, the John Huland Carmical Distinguished Professor in Sports Journalism and Society.

Sports Media Certificate information site: gradysportscertificate.wordpress.com