Mead Loop, Associate Professor and Minor Coordinator
The minor in journalism offers students the opportunity to expand and enhance their college experience. It is designed to give students from a variety of disciplines a broad-based yet rigorous knowledge of journalistic theory and practice. Students work on news and public affairs coverage of issues relevant to their own major areas through a variety of lecture, seminar, and laboratory courses. The concept of media convergence is a key component of the minor curriculum. Students in the journalism minor are taught print, broadcast, and digital journalism in many of their classes so that they develop expertise that can be applied to the rapidly changing world of journalism.
The minor is not open to journalism majors. Information concerning application deadlines, admission criteria, and program requirements is available in the journalism department office. Enrollment in the minor is limited. Students must have a cumulative GPA above 3.25 in order to apply to the journalism minor, but this minimum does not guarantee acceptance.
|JOUR 11100||Introduction to Journalism||4|
|JOUR 11200||Journalism Research||4|
|JOUR 21100||Visual Journalism||4|
|JOUR 48800||Issues and the News||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Government and Media|
Minors are required to maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.50 in all required courses, as well as an overall cumulative GPA of 2.50.