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Curriculum

Learn more about the curriculum of the major and minor offered in English-Journalism.

Curriculum:  English-Journalism Major

Suggested Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Prerequisites

3rd semester

LIT 300

Literary Foundations:  Traditions and Themes

3

ENG 102

4th semester

LIT 310

Literary Foundations:  Theory and Methods

3

ENG 102

JRL 301

Reporting

3

ENG 102

LIT 303

History of the English Language

3

ENG 102

5th semester

JRL 330

Photo-Journalism

3

ENG 102

JRL 302

Advanced Reporting

3

JRL 301

JRL 400

Journalism Ethics, Practice, and Law

3

ENG 102

6th semester

LIT 301, 302, or 304

British, American, or World Literature

3

ENG 102

JRL (elective)

Photo, Audio, Multimedia, or Special Topic

3

See Course Description in Catalogue

LIT, JRL, or ENG (elective)

Elective:  see current course offerings

3

See Course Description in Catalogue

7th semester

JRL (elective)

Photo, Audio, Multimedia, or Special Topic

3

See Course Description in Catalogue

LIT, JRL, or ENG (elective)

Elective:  see current course offerings

3

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8th semester

LIT, JRL, or ENG (elective)

Elective:  see current course offerings

3

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ETW 400

English Thesis Workshop

3

Instructor Permission

 

TOTAL

 

42 Credits

 


Minor in English-Journalism

The English-Journalism Minor provides a condensed version of the major: a foundation in English literature and language, essential coursework in written journalism, and a choice of courses in visual or new-media journalism.

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Prerequisites

LIT 300 or LIT 310

Literary Foundations:  Traditions and Themes

Literary Foundations:  Theory and Methods

3

ENG 102

JRL 301

Reporting

3

ENG 102

JRL 330

Photo-Journalism

3

ENG 102

JRL (elective)

Elective: see current course offerings

3

See course descriptions in Catalogue

JRL (elective)

Elective: see current course offerings

3

See course descriptions in Catalogue