Philip Merrill College of Journalism Syllabi

(listed by course number and instructor):

Undergraduate:

JOUR 100 - Professional Orientation - by Norm Lewis

JOUR 175 - Media Literacy - by Dr. Susan Moeller (password protected)

JOUR 199/399 - Internship Syllabi -  by Penny Fuchs

JOUR 200 - section 0101 - Journalism History, Roles and Structures - by Carl Sessions Stepp

JOUR 202 - section 0301 - Editing for the Mass Media - by Diana Huffman

JOUR 262/503 - section 0101 - News Editing/Reporting for Broadcast Students - by Kevin Swift

JOUR 262/503 - section 0201 - News Editing/Reporting for Broadcast Students - by Kevin Swift

JOUR 300 - Journalism Ethics - by Andy Glass

JOUR 325 and 625 Capital News Service Washington and Annapolis Bureau Semesters - sections 0101 and 0201 - by Adrianne Flynn and Tony Barbieri

JOUR 328R - Business Journalism - by Robert Guy Matthews

JOUR 328S/628S - Non-print Media for Print and Online Journalists - by Merrilee Cox, Timothy Jacobsen and Mike Walter

JOUR 352 - section 0101- Online Journalism - by Chris Harvey

JOUR 352 - section 0401 - Online Journalism - by Mike Williams

JOUR 353 and 355 - Advanced Online Reporting and Editing - by Chris Harvey; course content is posted on Maryland Newsline

JOUR 360 - sections 0101 and 0102 - Broadcast News Writing and Reporting - by Sue Kopen Katcef

JOUR 367/667 - CNS-TV News Bureau - by Cassandra Clayton

JOUR 420 - Media Coverage of Government and Politics - by Haynes Johnson

JOUR 452 - Women in the Media - by Dr. Maurine Beasley

JOUR 459J - Photography and the Photo Essay - by Dr. Susan Moeller

JOUR 470 - Journalism and Public Communication Research - by Dr. Susan Moeller

JOUR 471 - sections 0101 and 0102 - Public Opinion Research - by Dr. John E. Newhagen

JOUR 462/762 - Professional Seminar in Public Affairs Reporting - by Haynes Johnson

JOUR 472 and 772 - Computer-Assisted Reporting - by Ira Chinoy

JOUR 474 and 774 - Mining the National Archives - by Ira Chinoy

JOUR 479M - Money and Politics - by Glen Justice

Graduate:

JOUR 501 - Fundamentals of Writing and Editing - by Steve Crane

JOUR 601 - Theories of Journalism and Public Communication - by Dr. Linda Steiner

JOUR 610 - Seminar in Mass Media History - by Dr. Maurine Beasley

JOUR 620 - Seminar in Public Affairs Reporting - by Carl Sessions Stepp

JOUR 655 - Online News Bureau for grad students - by Chris Harvey; course content is posted on Maryland Newsline

JOUR 698C - Carnegie Seminar - by Deborah Nelson

JOUR 698D - Carnegie Center Practicum - by Deborah Nelson

JOUR 700 - Law of Mass Communication - by Diana Huffman

JOUR 800 - Introduction to Doctoral Study in Journalism and Public Communication - by Dr. Carol Rogers

 

Last updated Sept. 14, 2006

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