JOUR 3101: News Reporting and Writing

This course is the foundation for training as a working journalist--students will learn how to write and report news accurately, quickly, fairly and with a clear, informative style that reflects today's news demands. Its main focus is on news writing. Students will be expected to model proper journalistic forms and style, for a variety of platforms, as well as demonstrate proper English usage, grammar, spelling, and style. Students will also be asked to think about - and analyze - news and the varying ways it is presented in today's media world. At the end of the course, students must demonstrate the ability to write clearly, report accurately, adhere to AP style, meet deadlines, and judge what is newsworthy. prereq: [JOUR 3004 or 3004H or concurrent registration], Jour major

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B+ Average (3.393)Most Common: A- (28%)

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