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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022 School of Communication and Information Course Listing Journalism and Media Studies 567  

Journalism and Media Studies 567

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04:567:200 Writing for Media (3) Fundamentals of writing across media platforms.  By the end of the course, students will be able to write in many journalistic and media-based styles using basic and accepted techniques accepted by each discipline. This course will serve as a foundation for understanding and using different styles of writing, research, and content development. (Required course)
04:567:201 Media Ethics and Law (3) Legal issues and ethical problems confronting journalists. (Required course) Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:205 Digital Newswriting and Reporting (3) Fundamentals of gathering information and journalistic writing. By the end of the course, students will learn basic journalistic newswriting and reporting techniques and concepts, including writing in journalistic style, fact-gathering, conducting observation, freedom of information, and professional ethics. (Foundational course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:206 Broadcast Newswriting and Reporting (3) Newswriting for radio, with review of television newswriting approaches for comparison. (Foundational course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:207 Design and Digital Editing (3) Fundamentals of copyediting and layout. (Foundational course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:210 Media Management and Strategy (3) Focuses on the key economic and strategic concepts, challenges, and opportunities that are central to the management of contemporary media organizations.  The course is grounded in the growing academic and professional literatures examining the unique nature of media products and services and the unique and rapidly changing marketplace dynamics in which media organizations operate. Given the ongoing convergence of media industries and technologies, this course focuses on concepts, analytical tools, and issues that have relevance across the full range of media industry sectors. (Foundational Course)
Prerequisites: 04:567:200. Open only to journalism and media studies major.
04:567:211 Exploring New Media (3) This course examines the nature and impact of emerging media technology. Students study four primary ways new technology influences media, including 1) how media professionals do their work; 2) the nature of media content; 3) the relationships between and among media and relevant publics; and 4) the structure, culture, and management of media organizations and systems. Five areas of media technology are studied, including 1) acquisition tools; 2) storage technologies; 3) processing devices; 4) distribution technologies; and 5) display, access, or presentation tools. (Foundational course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:212 Digital Media Production (3) Foundations of development, content creation, and distribution across multiple platforms with a focus on multiplatform storytelling. (Foundational Course)
Prerequisites: 04:567:200. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:215 Gender, Race, and Class in the Media (3) Content, treatment, and effects of women and minority group coverage in television, newspapers, magazines, popular music, and film. (Foundational course)
04:567:216 Digital Media and Society (3) Historical and contemporary social, cultural, political, and economic issues related to digital media in society. (Foundational course)
04:567:217 Foundations of Media Analysis (3) This course introduces students to various methods of media criticism and is intended to foster critical thinking in relation to a range of media products. (Foundational course)
04:567:250 Children and Media (3) This course examines children's relationship to media in its historic, economic, political, and social contexts. It begins by reviewing theories of child development as they inform children's relationship with and understanding of media. Next, it considers the political and economic forces that shape the landscape of children's media. Against this backdrop, the course examines research on the effects of media on children's physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development. (Concept and Analysis Course)
04:567:274 Consumer Media Culture (3) Provides a critical understanding of advertising's role in modern society. Examines the history of advertising, the commercial and social aspects of the messages conveyed by ads, and the advertising industry's influence on social relations and institutions. (Concept and Analysis course)
04:567:275 Social Media and Participatory Culture (3) This course takes a critical approach to understanding new media environments, especially with regard to what has been called at various moments "social media," "participatory culture," "digital media," "convergence," "Web 2.0," "social web," and "interactive media," among other things. Rather than focus on these emerging media practices as purely technological phenomena, the course situates them in broader social, political, and historical contexts. We will examine key dimensions of cultural life that make up our selves, including friendship, intimacy, labor, celebrity, power, gender, control, race, sexuality, activism, and privacy.  (Concept and Analysis course)
04:567:276 Musical Cultures and Industries (3) This course looks at the invisible power of music over lives, exploring how music can influence how people feel, what they think, and how they think. Exploration of music's social power, delving into its rich history at the center of politics, religion, and a multibillion dollar global industry. Consideration of music's relationship to technology and how changes in the media landscape are altering the role music plays in human life.  (Concept and Analysis course)
04:567:278 News Media and Government in America (3) Examines the relationship between media and institutions and the processes through which people and societies make political choices.  (Concept and Analysis course)
04:567:314 Photojournalism (3) Fundamentals of still photography in print and audiovisual mass media with primary focus on print journalism. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:318 Fashion Journalism (3) Fashion Journalism is a course for advanced students in the journalism and media studies major who have an interest in writing about fashion, a key industry in New York City. The course provides students with an overview of writing about fashion, the different types of fashion journalism, and the numerous formats for fashion journalism. Students will also look at how fashion journalism has changed and how digital has transformed coverage. Throughout the semester, students will use readings, televised fashion coverage as well as online documentaries and collection showings to learn about the fashion journalism industry and to practice reporting techniques. Assignments will incorporate a multimedia focus with students working to produce a full range of fashion journalism that reflects the variety of journalism commonly produced in the industry. (Practice and Innovation Course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:319 Podcasting and Audio Documentary (3) Explore the flourishing field of audio documentary and learn the skills required to use audio as a nonfiction storytelling language. You will be exposed to the process from beginning to end--from recording technique and choosing the right interview setting, to focusing and scripting your story, to digital editing and mixing on Pro Tools First. Along the way, we'll listen to and discuss audio documentary work in a variety of stylistic approaches. (Practice and Innovation Course) Pre-/corequisites that are courses: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206 or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:326 Multimedia Reporting (3) Advanced reporting and research skills for web-based and new media. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:327 Public Information and Public Relations (3) Techniques of public information and media relations. Focus placed on government, public affairs, public interest issues, and nonprofit organizations. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:328 The Hyperlocal Newsroom (3) This class will give students hands-on experience with traditional and digital journalism, including work in both written and multimedia formats, through the creation and management of a news-based website covering Rutgers and the city of New Brunswick. Students will report; write and edit stories; create video, audio, and graphics; take photos; and learn about the various uses of social media within the journalism field. Students will collaborate on a news-based website that will synthesize learned skills, journalistic practices, and knowledge of information and technology. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206, or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:329 International Reporting (3) This course prepares students to write about life in other countries, and to cover international issues from the United States. Students analyze award-winning global journalism, and learn about and practice techniques foreign correspondents use.  (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:331 Digital Media Lab (3) Students use experimental new media tools to transform news reporting, media storytelling, and other media processes. Augmented reality, ereader technology, 360-degree cameras, immersive media, the Mobile Journalist Workstation, 3-D imaging and audio, 3-D printing, interactive video, video as input, geotagged content, animation and news, and other emerging new media tools are applied to journalism and media to create and test new story formats that in an analog world would be impossible, but in a digital, networked world can engage individuals across time and space; and provide much-needed context and customization, and in-depth, context-sensitive news and mediated entertainment. Prerequisites: 04:567:330. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:333 Media and Popular Culture (3) Examines the relationship between media and popular culture and their impact on society. This course introduces students to the shifting trends, ideas, and competing forces that will lay the foundation for the cultural battleground of the future. (Concept and Analysis course)
04:567:335 Mass Communication and the American Image (3) Mass communication and America's traditional self-imagery. Critical analysis of the ways in which the American experience is now, and has been, interpreted by the mass media; the relationship of myth to reality. (Concept and Analysis course)
04:567:340 Science and Health Journalism (3) Reporting and writing about medicine, health, science, and technology. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:345 Media Publishing and Design (3) Computer-based writing, design, and pagination for newsletters, websites, magazines, and newspapers. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206 or 04:567:207 or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:347 Information Design for Web Journalists (3) Creation, design, and development of webpages as primary sites for distributing news content and to supplement other technologies for news transmission. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206 or 04:567:207 or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:350 Development of Mass Media (3) History of mass media in the United States. (Concept and Analysis course)
04:567:365 Mediating the Middle East (3) This course examines the ways in which Muslims have been constructed in popular discourse in the United States over the last half-century, with a particular emphasis on political Islam, and cultural constructions of Islam and its political uses. Overview of the historical encounters between the West and the areas of the world where Islam is the dominant religion, their post-World War II relationships, and the rise of political Islam in its own context. Examines how this story has been told by the mainstream media and in popular entertainment in order to make sense of post-9/11 discourse.
04:567:370 Journalism in American Film (3) Exposes students to many of the best-known American films about journalism. Examines how the practice and societal impact of journalism has been depicted. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisites: 04:189:102. Open only to junior and senior journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:375 Television Reporting (3) Fundamentals of television reporting and electronic news gathering with students assigned to various projects. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:206 or 04:567:310. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:376 Advanced Television Reporting (3) Advanced television reporting and electronic news gathering with students assigned to various projects. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisite: 04:567:375. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:379 Media and Politics (3) Examines who controls the media and how the media differentially serve the public and power holders. Attention to both news and entertainment media. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisite: Open only to junior or senior majors in journalism and media studies.
04:567:380 Media and Social Change (3) This course looks at how past and present social movements (e.g., environmental, civil rights, labor movements) challenge dominant social, economic, and political structures and how they have been portrayed in the mass media.  It also examines how social activists use media technologies to organize themselves and communicate their messages to wide audiences in order to achieve social change.  (Concept and Analysis course)
04:567:388,389 Independent Study in Journalism and Media Studies I,II (3,3) Independent study in journalism and media studies topics under faculty supervision. (Elective course) Prerequisites: Approval by department chair and supervising instructor of a written project proposal.  04:567:200; 75 or more overall credits, five (5) courses in major, one foundation. Open only to junior or senior majors in journalism and media studies. Minimum 2.50 GPA overall, and 2.75 in the major, and permission of instructor. 
04:567:393 3-Credit Internship in Journalism and Media Studies (3) Supervised field experience at professional media outlets. Before registering, students must meet with the internship coordinator to determine eligibility and receive approval of the placement. Students must work at their site a minimum of 15 hours per week during the semester. Off-site (virtual) positions will not be accepted. Students will complete weekly journals and attend several in-class meetings during the semester. Students will be allowed to take both the 3-credit internship and the 6-credit internship, but are not allowed to take both of them in the same semester. Also note that students are limited to a maximum of 9 out-of-classroom credits in the major; the courses that fall under this heading are: Internship, Practicum, and Independent Study. Prerequisites: 04:567:200; 75 or more overall credits, five (5) courses in major, one foundation. Open only to junior or senior majors in journalism and media studies. Minimum 2.50 GPA overall, and 2.75 in the major, and permission of instructor.
04:567:394 6-Credit Internship in Journalism and Media Studies (6) Supervised field experience at professional media outlets. Before registering, students must meet with the internship coordinator to determine eligibility and receive approval of the placement. Students must work at their site a minimum of 24 hours per week during the semester. Off-site (virtual) positions will not be accepted. Students will complete weekly journals and attend several in-class meetings during the semester. Students will be allowed to take both the 3-credit internship and the 6-credit internship, but are not allowed to take both of them in the same semester. Also note that students are limited to a maximum of 9 out-of-classroom credits in the major; the courses that fall under this heading are: Internship, Practicum, and Independent Study. Prerequisites: 04:567:200; 75 or more overall credits, five (5) courses in major, one foundation. Open only to junior or senior majors in journalism and media studies. Minimum 2.50 GPA overall, and 2.75 in the major, and permission of instructor.
04:567:405 Writing about Social Issues (3) Students will cover the game-changing stories of our time, from the widening gap between the rich and the poor; to battles over immigration; to the climate change wars that may determine our very survival. They'll analyze groundbreaking journalism, and have an opportunity to write and shoot commanding stories of their own. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:410 Magazine Writing (3) Magazine writing for publication, including consumer, trade, and business magazines. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205. Open only to journalism and media studies majors or by permission of the instructor.
04:567:415 Media, Science, and Public Engagement (3) This course will consider the intersections of science, media, and society. With a focus on both theory and practice, it explores the media's role in understanding and communicating about the most critical science and environmental issues of our day. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisite: Open only to junior or senior journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:420 Global News (3) Investigates, analyzes, and discusses global production, distribution, and consumption of news. Issues include global news flows, journalistic cultures and practices, and international news coverage. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisite: Open only to junior or senior journalism and media studies majors or by permission of the instructor.
04:567:423 Communication Law (3) Examines laws and regulations governing U.S. mass media. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisite: Open only to juniors or seniors or by permission of the instructor.
04:567:425 Copyright, Media, and Culture (3) In this course we will discuss one of the most powerful social, cultural, economic, and political institutions of our day: intellectual property (IP). How did we arrive at the notion that creative works and ideas can be owned, bought, and sold like tangible commodities? What impact does this concept have on the way we view the world? How does it help us achieve our social goals, and how does it present obstacles to reaching those goals? And, in the age of digitized information and networked communication, how can we understand the role of IP in light of the rapidly changing developments in the way culture is produced and consumed? In our efforts to better understand these issues, we will read both primary and secondary materials, covering subjects ranging from the birth of copyright to the latest developments in the global "copyfight" over information in the digital age; view relevant and interesting documentary films; and enjoy guest lectures from a variety of knowledgeable speakers. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisite: Only open to journalism and media studies juniors or seniors.
04:567:430 Sports Writing and Reporting (3) Fundamentals of sports writing, reporting, and commentary for print and online media.  (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:432 Multimedia Sports Reporting (3) Fundamentals of multimedia sports reporting, from conventional newspaper websites to robust sports sites. Examines the use of social networking services and newer technology to transmit sports news. Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206 or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:434 Critical Issues in Sports Media (3) Examines the critical issues in sports and sports media, including race, gender, class, politics, culture, economics, and the role of sport in society. Prerequisite: Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:438 Media and Data (3) Who decides what we watch, read, and listen to in the digital media age? Increasingly the answer is not a person at all, but an algorithm that studies our online behavior and tries to predict what we'll click, like, and share next. This course will look at how media industries--such as TV, film, music, book publishing, and journalism--are using Big Data to compete in a fierce battle for audiences' attention. How are data and algorithms shaping the movies we watch on Netflix, the songs we hear on Spotify, the books we read on Kindle, and the news we consume on Facebook and Twitter? What are the potential benefits and drawbacks of this transformation? (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisites: 04:567:215 or 04:567:216 or 04:567:217. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:445 Media, Movement, and Community Engagement (3) This course will enable students to participate in the development of a journalism and media production project. They will also learn how to harness technology and study its implementation and impact on social change. (Concept and Analysis and/or Practice and Innovation course; student may only use this course to satisfy one requirement.) Prerequisite: 04:567:215 or 04:567:380.
04:567:450 Promotional Media (3) What is a promotional culture? Bringing together elements of media studies, visual culture, critical branding/marketing studies, and consumer culture, this course is designed to provide advanced undergraduate students with analytical tools to understand the extent to which promotional language, communication, and habits suffuse our everyday lives. Prerequisites: 04:567:274. Only open to journalism and media studies juniors or seniors.
04:567:451 Topics in Journalism and Emerging Media I (3) Specialized topics related to the practice of journalism are offered on a regular basis. (Practice and Innovation Course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206 or 04:567:207 or by permission. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:452 Topics in Journalism and Emerging Media II (3) Specialized topics related to the practice of journalism are offered on a regular basis. (Practice and Innovation Course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206 or 04:567:207 or by permission. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:453 Topics in Journalism Emerging Media III (3) Specialized topics related to the practice of journalism are offered on a regular basis. (Practice and Innovation Course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205 or 04:567:206 or 04:567:207 or by permission. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:454 Practicum in Journalism and Media Studies (3) Specific directed project work conducted under faculty supervision. (Practice and Innovation Course) Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor required. Open only to sophomore, junior, and senior majors in journalism and media studies.
04:567:458 Media, Government, and Politics (3) Examines interactions between media and political institutions, actors and processes, in light of theories of journalism, communication, and political practice. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisite: Open only to junior and senior journalism and media studies majors.    
04:567:459 Media, Democracy, and the Public (3) The course explores how the news media have figured in constituting a public sphere in American history. Readings juxtapose classics of political philosophy with historical or sociological works describing democracy in practice in the United States. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisite: Open only to junior and senior journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:460 News, Entertainment, and Politics (3) Examines the connections between Hollywood and documentary-style film formats and American politics from a news perspective. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisite: Open only to junior and senior journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:465 Documentary Filmmaking and Storytelling (3) Long-form video journalism storytelling developed over a significant period of time teaching students critical thinking, research, writing skills, and various production techniques. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:206 or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:470 Critical Analysis of News (3) Surveys and critiques of social science research on news, journalists, and the news media. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisite: Open only to junior and senior journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:471 Topics in Media and Society I (3) Upper-level seminar on specialized topics relating to media studies. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200 and 04:567:215 or 04:567:216 or 04:567:217. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:472 Topics in Media and Society II (3) Upper-level seminars on specialized topics relating to media studies. (Concept and Analysis course)
Prerequisites: 04:567:200 and 04:567:215 or 04:567:216 or 04:567:217. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:473 Topis in Media and Society III (3) Upper-level seminars on specialized topics relating to media studies. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200 and 04:567:215 or 04:567:216 or 04:567:217. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:474 Topics in Media and Society IV (3) Upper-level seminars on specialized topics relating to media studies. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisites: 04:567:200 and 04:567:215 or 04:567:216 or 04:567:217. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:475 International Media (3) Analyzes, explores, and debates the role of international media in the era of globalization. (Concept and Analysis course) Prerequisites: Open only to junior and senior journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:476 Topics in Creative Media Practice I (3) Upper-level seminar on specialized topics relating the integration of digital technology into journalism media studies. Examples of recent topics: Covering the World, Design for the World Wide Web, History of Sports Journalism. Note: Please check with the journalism and media studies coordinator of undergraduate studies or the School of Communication and Information Office of Student Services each semester to find out if the course is conceptual or skills. Prerequisites: 04:567:200 and 04:567:210 or 04:567:211 or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:477 Topics in Creative Media Practice II (3) Upper-level seminar on specialized topics relating the integration of technology into journalism media studies. Examples of recent topics: Covering the World, Design for the World Wide Web, History of Sports Journalism. Note: Please check with the journalism and media studies coordinator of undergraduate studies or the School of Communication and Information Office of Student Services each semester to find out if the course is conceptual or skills. Prerequisites: 04:567:200 and 04:567:210 or 04:567:211 or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:478 Topics in Creative Media Practice III (3) Upper-level seminar on specialized topics relating the integration of technology into journalism media studies. Examples of recent topics: Covering the World, Design for the World Wide Web, History of Sports Journalism. Note: Please check with the journalism and media studies coordinator of undergraduate studies or the School of Communication and Information Office of Student Services each semester to find out if the course is conceptual or skills. Prerequisites: 04:567:200 and 04:567:210 or 04:567:211 or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:479 Topics in Creative Media Practice IV (3) Upper-level seminar on specialized topics relating the integration of technology into journalism media studies. Examples of recent topics: Covering the World, Design for the World Wide Web, History of Sports Journalism. Note: Please check with the journalism and media studies coordinator of undergraduate studies or the School of Communication and Information Office of Student Services each semester to find out if the course is conceptual or skills. Prerequisites: 04:567:200 and 04:567:210 or 04:567:211 or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:484 Workshop in Journalism and Media Practice I (1.5) Specialized topics directed at enhancing or introducing journalism and/or media-related skill sets. These are intense seven-week workshops teaching students specific skills applicable to the field. The specialized focus can be an accelerated introduction to basics or an advanced training in particular skills learned in previous offerings. Prerequisites: 04:567:205, 04:567:206, or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:485 Workshop in Journalism and Media Practice II (1.5) Specialized topics directed at enhancing or introducing journalism and/or media-related skill sets. These are intense seven-week workshops teaching students specific skills applicable to the field. The specialized focus can be an accelerated introduction to basics or an advanced training in particular skills learned in previous offerings. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 04:567:205, 04:567:206, or 04:567:212. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:488 Independent Study in Media Studies (3) Independent study in media studies topics under faculty supervision. (Elective course) Prerequisites: 75 or more overall credits, five (5) courses in major, one foundation, 567:200, 2.75 major GPA, 2.5 overall GPA, and permission of instructor. Open only to junior and senior journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:489 Independent Study in Journalism (3) Independent study in journalism topics under faculty supervision. (Elective course) Prerequisite: 75 or more overall credits, five (5) courses in major, one foundation, 567:200, 2.75 major GPA, 2.5 overall GPA, and permission of the instructor. Open only to junior and senior journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:490 Senior Thesis/Project (3) Honors thesis or project under faculty supervision. (Elective course) Prerequisites: 04:567:488 or 04:567:489. Permission of instructor. Must meet certain GPA requirements. Open only to senior journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:495 Investigative and In-Depth Reporting (3) In-depth reporting project using public records and other investigative journalism techniques. (Practice and Innovation course) Prerequisites: 567:205 or 567:206. Open only to journalism and media studies majors.
04:567:499 Capstone in Gender and Media (3) In this capstone to the gender and media minor, students will develop, discuss, produce, and critique a project related to gender, media, and technology. Students will articulate and present the project in written and oral formats and will have the option to also (1) create an in-depth multimedia component to the project; 2) complete an internship; or 3) complete a service-learning experience. Note: Students in the minor, especially those who are not otherwise SC&I majors, may choose to enroll in the capstone through the program in women's and gender studies, course number 01:988:499. Prerequisite: Minimum of 12 credits in the gender and media minor must be completed before enrolling in the capstone.
 
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