Offered in: Chicago
The Department of Communication offers three majors and four minors targeted toward careers or advanced study in the media professions— journalism, integrated marketing communications (advertising and public relations) and media studies.
The Journalism minor at Roosevelt University focuses on hands-on professional courses in which students will develop and practice research, writing and reporting skills that are common to all journalistic fields. Students in the minor complete five lab-based courses working with state-of-the-art technology to produce reports across multiple media forms. The Journalism minor is a good option for students who choose to major in a variety of fields including political science, history, economics, or the sciences. Journalism courses at Roosevelt are offered at the Chicago campus.
Five courses (16 credit hours) are required for the minor in Journalism.
- Transfer students must complete three JOUR courses (9 credit hours) at Roosevelt.
- No 100-level courses may count toward the hours required for this minor.
- No Pass/Fail grades are accepted for this minor.
- All courses for the minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C (not C-) or better.
|JOUR 219||ESSENTIAL MULTIMEDIA SKILLS||3|
|JOUR 220||MEDIA WRITING||4|
|JOUR 305||NEWS VIDEO PRODUCTION||3|
|JOUR 319||NEWS REPORTING||3|
|Select one of the following||3|
|SPECIAL TOPIC:JOURNALISM TODAY|
|THE CONVERGENCE NEWSROOM|
|Total Credit Hours||16|