Journalism Courses - University Catalog - Boston College Skip to main navigation Skip to main content Please note the information provided by the lecturers via e-mail. The University of Massachusetts Amherst Undergraduate Course Catalog provides extensive information about the University's academic offerings. Journalism Course Descriptions. Archive. Home > Courses > College of Humanities & Fine Arts > Journalism Journalism Journalism | Courses | Faculty. The course, “Activism and Citizen Journalism through Media,” is offered in conjunction with Wits University, also known as the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. District 100. Endorsements Courses. Students learn how to create stories using a variety of media. From 2 November 2020, the autumn semester 2020 will take place online. Journalism Courses (JRN) Note: Reasonable proficiency in keyboarding (25 wpm) is a prerequisite for all journalism courses except COM 1101 and JRN 1103. This includes course descriptions and information about majors, minors, and other academic programs. Search for courses in the ETH Zurich course catalogue. 01800 Introduction to Journalism . 108 Bartlett Hall. The course also examines issues such as reporting ethics, the role of environmental reporters in the community, the history of environmental journalism and utilization of both government databases and the Internet to gain regulatory information for environmental stories. The course will be a combination of lectures and discussions, with assignments designed to help students sharpen their critical viewing, reading, and writing skills. Print ; Help Contact; de; Courses; Lecturers; Time and Place; Start; Search for Courses. More. Course Catalogue. The course will draw on numerous historical and contemporary examples from journalism and advertising, film, art and architecture, television, new media and other forms of visual communication and culture. High School Course Catalog. JRN 1100. Explore Journalism courses offered by the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences. Overview. They master journalism basic skills—researching, reporting, writing, and copy editing—while working with new technologies, including digital means of disseminating news. Home Academics Academic Catalogs 2020-21 Catalogs Undergraduate Catalog Course Descriptions Journalism Courses. With courses in theory, writing, reporting, editing, history, law, and ethics, journalism students learn to be professional news reporters and editors. EdX also offers a course in citizen journalism in its catalog. This course introduces students to reporting, writing and creating multimedia journalism for the web. They learn which elements -- text, stills, audio, video, and interactive graphics -- are best for delivering a story and engaging an online news audience. Exceptions: Courses that can only be carried out with on-site presence.