College of Communication > Academics > Journalism > Graduate Program > Journalism (MA) > JOUR551AdvReporting
Advanced Reporting I (Tues/Thurs 10:10-11:40 a.m., Loop Campus) combines classroom instruction with hands-on field experience producing professional quality broadcast reporting working alongside award-winning investigative reporters and Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence directors Carol Marin and Don Moseley.
A two-quarter commitment to advanced reporting skills is required. In addition, students must have a working knowledge of government at the local, state and federal level. Students will be required to file Freedom of Information Act requests and track campaign contributions.
Pre-requisites: Undergrad: JOUR 275 & 278. Graduate: JOUR M.A. student. Seniors and graduate students in their second year given preference. Some student media, internship and/or professional journalism experience preferred.
Enrollment is by application and instructor permission. To apply:
Please answer the following four questions and email your responses to Jason Martin (email@example.com) and Don Moseley (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Also include an updated resume as a PDF attachment.
After reviewing your answers and materials, you will be contacted to schedule a brief interview with Carol and Don to learn more about your interests and availability.