JRNL 233 - Community Journalism
Semester Hours: 3
This course is designed to give students a solid understanding of the fundamentals of community-based reporting, while instilling in them a sense of the critical leadership role that local media outlets play in our democracy. As part of the course, students must complete a community-service requirement for which they will teach journalism’s basic principles and practices at a high-need Nassau County high school in a local neighborhood.
JRNL 211 and JRNL 214. Journalism students may not take this course on a Pass/Fail basis. There is a lab fee for this course.
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