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Journalism syllabuses

Fall 2014 syllabuses:

(Syllabuses will open as pdfs and are linked to the professor's name.)

  • JOUR 141- Introduction to Journalism and Mass Communication (Shu-Yueh Lee)
  • JOUR 211- Principles of Public Relations (Sara Steffes Hansen)
  • JOUR 221- Writing for the Media (Vincent Filak)
  • JOUR 239 - Media Photography I (Timothy Gleason)
  • JOUR 250 - Principles of Advertising (Vincent Filak)
  • JOUR 251- Foundations of Multimedia Production (Shu-Yueh Lee)
  • JOUR 312 - Media Ethics (Michael Cowling)
  • JOUR 427 - Professional Journalism Internship (Barbara Benish)
  • JOUR 430 - Media Photography II (Timothy Gleason)
  • JOUR 451 - Online Publishing (Shu-Yueh Lee)
  • JOUR 472 - Research in Strategic Communication (Julie Henderson)

 

Summer 2014 syllabuses:

(Syllabuses will open as pdfs and are linked to the professor's name.)

 

Spring 2014 syllabuses:

(Syllabuses will open as pdfs and are linked to the professor's name.)

  • JOUR 141- Introduction to Journalism and Mass Communication (Shu-Yeuh Lee)
  • JOUR 427 - Professional Journalism Internship (Barbara Benish)
  • JOUR 451 - Online Publishing (Shu-Yueh Lee)
  • JOUR 472 - Research in Strategic Communication (Julie Henderson)

 

Fall 2013 syllabuses:

(Syllabuses will open as pdfs and are linked to the professor's name.)

  • JOUR 141- Introduction to Journalism and Mass Communication (Shu-Yueh Lee)

 

Summer 2012 syllabuses:

(Syllabuses will open as pdfs and are linked to the professor's name.)

 

Spring 2013 syllabuses:

(Syllabuses will open as pdfs and are linked to the professor's name.)


Fall 2012 syllabuses:

(Syllabuses will open as pdfs and are linked to the professor's name.)

  • JOUR 141- Introduction to Journalism and Mass Communication (Shu-Yueh Lee)

 

Summer 2012 syllabuses:

(Syllabuses will open as pdfs and are linked to the professor's name.)

 

Spring 2012 syllabuses:

(Syllabuses will open as pdfs and are linked to the professor's name.)

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