Journalism, Media, and Public Discourse Courses

Students interested in the Journalism, Media, and Public Discourse Nexus should enroll in COLL 210: Ready for the World and COLL 211: Tying it all Together. In addition, they should choose two courses at the 200 level (with one of them being a writing-intensive course) and one course at the 300 level from the following list:

200 Level

  • English 202, Introduction to Journalism
  • English 206, Expository Prose: Making the Argument
  • English 267, Reading and Writing in the World
  • Film Studies 210, Beginning Video Production
  • Film Studies 230, Documentary Film
  • History 283, American Media History
  • International Relations 214, War and Propaganda
  • Politics 229, Propaganda and War
  • Sociology 216, Sociology of Media
  • Sociology 234, Social Problems
  • Spanish 240, The Other (in the) Media: New Media & Otherness in the Americas (linked with IR 337, International Human Rights Advocacy)

300 Level

  • English 300, Narrative Nonfiction
  • English 301, Digital and Multimedia Journalism
  • English 301, Health and Science Journalism
  • English 301, Journalism History and Ethics
  • English 301-02, Magazine Writing sequence I
  • English 301-02, Magazine Writing sequence II
  • English 349, Globalization and Culture
  • Gender Studies 333s, The Art of Fact: Writing the Lives of Women
  • History 301, Reading the New York Times: Journalism, History and Power
  • Politics 361, Politics and Rhetoric
  • Psychology 319, Psychology and the Media
  • Spanish 350, Digital Storytelling