Prerequisites: JOUR 302
Work will appear on the student news World Wide Web (WWW) site. Letter grade only.
Description: Long-form writing, interviewing, computer-generated research, refined writing and teamwork in the creation of a single-subject project.
Prerequisites: JOUR 202
Description: Storytelling with visuals generated from data. Theory and practice of visualization and analysis basics.
Description: Economic theory applied to analysis of mass media industries. Structure, performance, and competitions across print media, advertising, broadcasting, and new digital media. Preparation for conducting economic analyses of mass media behavior and performance.
Description: Laws, regulations, and practices by which federal, state, and local government enhance or retard access to information about the executive, legislative, and judicial branches.
Open only to students seeking a 7-12 journalism teaching endorsement.
Description: Problems and procedures involved in producing school newspapers, yearbooks, literary magazines, and radio and/or video projects.
Prerequisites: JOMC 206
Description: Research and then visit a selected country and produce a multimedia story dealing with an emerging country in which there is need. Spend eight weeks conducting story research on campus then travel to the country either during winter break or in May. Spend three weeks in the country while working on the story then finish writing and editing after returning to Nebraska.
This course is a prerequisite for: JOUR 490B
12 hours max special topics hours at all levels (100, 200, 300, 400) per degree
Description: Topics vary each term.
Contact instructor for application.
Description: The Nebraska News Service functions as a statehouse news bureau for client news organizations throughout the state, generating original spot news and enterprise stories as well as responding to specific story requests from news service clients.