Courses

The burning question:
Why study journalism?

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Fall 2017

I’ll teach JO 542 The Literature of Journalism and JO 700 Graduate Symposium in Journalism. I’ll also assist with CO 101 The World of Communication and oversee our undergraduate and graduate practicum courses: JO 412 Internship and JO 737 Internship.

Here  is the draft for this fall’s JO 542 Literature of Journalism syllabus. Remember this is only a draft. It might change by the time the semester starts, but this ought to give you an idea of what to expect in the class.

 

 

 

Here  is the draft for this fall’s JO 700 (JO 502) Graduate Symposium in Journalism course, required for all incoming master’s students. This course is less rigidly structured, so this outline is likely to change. However, the required reading and the research paper obligation will no doubt stay the same.

 

 

I also supervise internships for the department.

  • Here is the link to the syllabus for JO 412 Internship for undergraduates.
  • Here is the link to the syllabus for JO 737 Internship for graduate students.

The bibliographies below serve JO 357 History and Principles of Journalism, JO 542 The Literature of Journalism, JO 700 Graduate Symposium in Journalism and HI 280 The History of Rock’n’Roll.

Bibliographies

Journalism
Rock’n’Roll