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Jouralism and Digital Storytelling Minor - NYC

This journalism minor is offered by the Communication Studies and English Departments on the NYC campus. It is designed for students who are interested in journalism and other writing-focused careers, as well as for those seeking a perspective from which to explore digital culture and its relationship to storytelling. Courses will familiarize students with twenty-first century practices of journalism while engaging them in its history.  


Total Required Credits: 15

THREE Required Courses: (9 Credits)

COM 280Introduction to Journalism

3 credits

ENG 310Journalism

3 credits


COM 226Writing for the Electronic Media

3 credits


COM 228Writing for Convergent Technologies

3 credits


ENG 396 (Writing Cultural Criticism for the WEB)

TWO Elective Courses: (6 credits)

Strongly recommended is one internship course: COM 393 or ENG 393 and one of the following courses:

ART 254Shooting the Word: The Photographer's Eye. The Novelist's Vision

3 credits

ART 297GTopic: Documentary Workshop

3 credits

ART 297NTopic: Photojournalism

3 credits

COM 311Ethics, Morality, and the Media

3 credits

COM 338Media Criticism

3 credits

COM 341Citizen Journalism and Deliberation

3 credits

ENG 318Feature Writing

3 credits

ENG 397Critical Writing and Analysis

3 credits

FSS 296MDigital Television Field Production

4 credits

LIT 397Critical Writing and Analysis

3 credits

Total Credit Hours: 15

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