Complete at least one journalism honors colloquium, Complete the journalism honors core research course. Students wishing to follow the eight-semester degree plan should see the Eight-Semester Degree Policy for university requirements of the program. the most up-to-date information at https://health.uark.edu/coronavirus/. Journalism Digital Requirement: JOUR 2053 Multimedia Journalism (to be taken concurrently or after JOUR 2013 News Reporting I) or general electives if already completed. Corequisite: JOUR 2332. Once all core requirements are met, students may substitute with general electives. Including advanced methods of gathering and writing broadcast news. Shurlds and other members of the journalism department created the Lemke Journalism Project in 2002. Please note: Guidance from the CDC, Arkansas Department of Health and university may (Typically offered: Fall). Corequisite: Lab component. 3 Hours. The Journalism and Strategic Media Honors Program gives undergraduates a chance to pursue journalistic research in the context of other academic disciplines. fulbright@uark.edu, Due to COVID-19, our hours of availability have been posted in, Links to important University of Arkansas pages. JOUR 2031L. Covers a special topic or issue, offered as a part of the honors program. Prerequisite: JOUR 2013 or JOUR 2032 with a grade of C or better. Studio lab and field work outside of regularly scheduled class time required. Laboratory 3 hours per week. Degree Conferred: M.A. Intensive training in methods of producing a live television news broadcast, including news gathering, writing broadcast copy and production strategies. Prerequisite: Junior standing. JOUR 4923. JOUR 4981. Stories are submitted for contests and publication, when possible. Advanced Radio News Reporting. Coming into Fayetteville, continue on U.S. Highway 71 (College Avenue) until you get to Dickson Street. If enrolling during the junior year, students must have a minimum of 60 credit hours completed, 2.5 cumulative GPA, be an Advertising/Public Relations major, and must have completed ADPR 3723 and ADPR 3743, each with a grade of B or better. 1 Hour. Although primarily a practically-seasoned professor of journalism, with a flair for the dramatic, Shurlds also enjoyed the experience of earning a degree at the University of Arkansas School of Law. The purpose of the School of Journalism and Strategic Media is to provide students with knowledge of the history, theory, and ethics of mass communications, to educate students in journalistic skills, including the ability to express themselves logically and clearly, and to guide them in securing specialized knowledge of society appropriate to journalistic careers. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701479-575-4801 The course examines basic aesthetic principles in visual composition and techniques applicable to audio, video and web production. Focuses on the role of corporations, financial markets, and regulators, and benefiting students interested in sports, entertainment, political and investigative journalism. The University of Arkansas’s journalism department boasts students recently awarded for work in sports reporting and newspaper design. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). A cultural/diversity-approved HIST course is allowed to also satisfy the major's 3000-4000 level HIST course requirement. Intermediate I (course number 2003) of a World Language. – A panel of working “online” journalists will discuss “The Fog of New Media” during a three-day forum, Nov. 4-6, hosted by the Walter J. Lemke department of journalism in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas. Media Graphics and Technology. Provides a functional approach to improving language and writing skills specific to journalistic writing. Advanced production techniques in the specialized field of sports television production. Ethical issues and best practices in data reporting are also examined. Students wishing to follow the eight-semester degree plan should see the Eight-Semester Degree Policy in the Academic Regulations chapter for university requirements of the program as well as Fulbright College requirements. Laboratory component arranged. (Typically offered: Fall, Spring and Summer). Exploration of the African-American image and experience in the context of time, historical record and varying production viewpoints from diverse documentarians. Prerequisite: JOUR 4873 with a grade of C or better. Prerequisite: Journalism major, minor, or department consent. These requirements are specified as follows: Journalism School and College Honors students must: In addition, journalism majors pursuing college honors must also satisfy all requirements for the Fulbright College Honors Program and the Honors Core Curriculum for a Bachelor of Arts found elsewhere in this catalog. Assessment Requirement: Every senior English major must take the program assessment exam administered by the department each spring semester to graduate. (Typically offered: Spring). Introduction to Sports Television Production I. Honors candidates carry out independent study and research under the guidance of the journalism faculty and participate in honors classes in journalism and at least one other discipline. JOUR 498VH. The Department of Psychological Science offers a major leading to a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. The program offers undergraduate journalism degrees in print/multimedia, broadcast and advertising/public relations. If ADPR 3723 and ADPR 3743 are already completed with a grade of B or better, then choose one course from the ADPR courses below or complete another remaining degree requirement. Department of Communication Website. JOUR 4333. More specific information on the requirements for honors in Journalism is available from the School of Journalism and Strategic Media Honors adviser. Prerequisite: JOUR major and junior standing and 10 hours JOUR and 2.50 cumulative grade point average. 3 Hours. in Journalism (JOUR) Program Description: The purposes of the Journalism M.A. 1-3 Hour. No in-progress credit hours accepted. Six credit hours in JOUR or ADPR courses. Prerequisite: Journalism major, Journalism minor, or department consent. 1 Hour. Examines the power, responsibility, and performance of the press and public officials/government agencies in their relationship with each other. Honors Journalism Writing Requirement. Internship in Journalism. Study of news and feature photography. This course will instruct students in deciding news stories for regional readers, how those stories can best be written and displayed. Instruction with lab work in editing and producing various types of magazines. Corequisite: JOUR 2331L. In certain courses a minimum grade of “B” is required. The journalism major offers students a choice of two concentrations, either the broadcast concentration or … The semester goal is to publish a paper. Course includes magazine design, selecting and editing stories and photographs, laying out the story and photo pages, and other mechanical processes. Prerequisite: JOUR 1023 and JOUR 1033, each with a grade of C or better, and completion of the GSP requirement. A cultural/diversity-approved JOUR course is also allowed to satisfy a JOUR elective. 3 Hours. Prerequisite: JOUR 2013 with a grade of C or better. Select one of the following: Six hours of Advanced Journalism Courses. School of Journalism and Strategic Media Website. Prerequisite: JOUR 3633 with a grade of C or better. Social Science state/university core requirement, World language at the Elementary I level (1000-level), World language at the Elementary II level (1000-level), 40-hour rule electives or non-JOUR general electives, Journalism Digital Requirement: JOUR 2053 Multimedia Journalism (to be taken concurrently or after JOUR 2013 News Reporting I). Focuses on the links between mass media and government and the increasingly significant role of media in politics and government. 3 Hours. in Advertising and Public Relations, Requirements for B.A. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). Corequisite: JOUR 3072. Students must request a GSP test time a minimum of two weeks before they plan to take the test. Provides experience in basic broadcast news reporting techniques. Tyson Foods Inc. Northwest Arkansas Newspapers Inc. See the LJP About page for more information. Social Media and Journalism teaches conceptual knowledge and skills to develop news judgment and use changing technological tools to disseminate news quickly and to different audiences. Multimedia Journalism. The student is urged to consult with his or her faculty adviser no later than early in the first semester of the senior year. All university students must fulfill the minimum University Core requirements. 1-3 Hour. JOUR 4063. The remaining hours are filled from the following options. Students should consult with their academic adviser. Lecture 2 hours per week. If not completed during sophomore year, then take: If ADPR 3723 is already completed, then choose one ADPR course from below or complete another remaining degree requirement. JOUR 2453. Government and the Media. (Typically offered: Fall). Covers the historic context of contributions and innovations to U.S. newspapers by African Americans. Prerequisite: Junior standing. JOUR 4883. JOUR 4073. Our Work. JOUR 2003. 1-3 Hour. History of the Black Press. A prerequisite to JOUR 2003, JOUR 2013, JOUR 2031L, JOUR 2032, JOUR 2053, JOUR 2063, ADPR 3723 and ADPR 3743. Prerequisite: Honors candidacy (not restricted to candidacy in journalism). A minimum of 72 hours in non-journalism courses must be applied toward the 120 hours required by the college for a Bachelor of Arts degree. Journalism Writing Requirement. Once all core requirements are met, students may substitute with general electives. 3 Hours. 3 Hours. Any Philosophy Course at the 3000-level or higher (recommended: A second PLSC Course (the following are recommended options): 3 hours of cultural/diversity studies to be selected from the following or as approved by the School of Journalism and Strategic Media, Other cultural/diversity-related topics as approved by the School of Journalism and Strategic Media, Intermediate I (course number 2003) of a World Language. Department of Mathematical Sciences 309 SCEN University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR 72701, P 479-575-3351 F 479-575-8630 E-mail: math@uark.edu, Our department is based in the Science and Engineering Building (SCEN) on campus. A minimum grade of “C” is required in all journalism courses that serve as prerequisites for advanced journalism and advertising/public relations courses. Continuation of JOUR 2032. Including advanced skills in broadcast news techniques. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). Corequisite: JOUR 3071L. Broadcast News Reporting I Laboratory. 2 Hours. If a HIST course was already completed that satisfies both requirements, then select non-JOUR/ADPR general electives. Covering the Courts. JOUR 2331L. Students prepare and present television newscasts for air. Specialized Journalism Seminar. Prerequisite: JOUR 3072 and JOUR 3071L, each with a grade of C or better. If not previously completed, and if available, then choose 1-2 courses from the following: If not previously completed, then choose 1-3 courses from the following. 3 Hours. JOUR 4043. If ADPR 3743 is already completed, then choose one ADPR course from below or complete another remaining degree requirement. (Typically offered: Fall). (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). The remaining 15 hours are filled from the following concentrations. which stresses their importance in today's society and introduces the student to the various areas in journalism. Prerequisite: JOUR 2032 and JOUR 2031L, each with a grade of C or better. 1-4 Hour. JOUR 4553. This three-hour course will blend student' reporting and editing skills with instruction on how regional newspapers select and present news to a local audience. Recommended for students considering journalism as a major. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring), Emphasis on techniques and principles of coverage of sports and sports-related subjects on and off the field, and on the relationship between sports and the mass media. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring), A survey of mass media (newspaper, radio, TV, magazine, advertising, public relations, photography, etc.) (Typically offered: Spring). African Americans in Film. (Typically offered: Fall), Theories and practices in newspaper editing, copyreading, headline writing, page layout and the gathering and publication of written and pictorial information. The journalism major includes three sequences: News/Editorial, Broadcast, and Advertising/Public Relations. Explore majors, colleges, schedule of classes and other academic resources. (Typically offered: Irregular). (COMM) Program Description: Communication with specific emphasis in civic engagement.We define civic engagement broadly, but seek to study and use communication to … Intensive training in the methods of gathering and writing broadcast news. Honors Colloquium. (Typically offered: Spring). Prerequisite: Junior standing. Corequisite: Lab component. Wicks will become first person to serve as vice chair of journalism department, and Watkins will become director of the department's graduate program. (Typically offered: Spring). Introduction to developing content strategies that tell accurate, concise stories across multiple media platforms. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing, JOUR 1033 with a grade of C or better, and completion of the GSP requirement. If ECON 2143 was completed, then take a Social Sciences state minimum core course. All university students must fulfill the minimum University Core requirements. Douglas A. Behrend Chair of the Department 216 Memorial Hall 479-575-4256 Email: psycapp@uark.edu. Prerequisite: JOUR 2332 and JOUR 2331L, each with a grade of C or better. Bolded courses from the course list below may be applied to portions of the state minimum core requirements. Prerequisite: JOUR 2032 and JOUR 2031L, each with a grade of C or better. My take is, they are saving their own skin. Students need only to complete either ADPR 4453 or ADPR 4473 towards the nine credit hours of the 4000-level ADPR course sequence--not both. Principles of Macroeconomics (ACTS Equivalency = ECON 2103), Social Science university/state minimum core, Science university/state minimum core with corequisite lab. Please note: Guidance from the CDC, Arkansas Department of Health and university may change rapidly given the fluidity of the situation. The paper may be derived from completion of an honors essay (PLSC 499VH), a senior thesis (PLSC 498V), or some other advanced course in political science. The political science requirement for the combined major may be satisfied by 24 semester hours of courses, including PLSC 2003, PLSC 2013, PLSC 4373, and either an additional 15 hours of advanced political science courses elected entirely from American political affairs courses: Or an additional 15 hours of advanced political science courses elected entirely from foreign affairs courses: The journalism requirement may be satisfied by a minimum of 24 semester hours of JOUR courses, including JOUR 1023, JOUR 1033, and JOUR 3633. Please refer to the Secondary Education Requirements for Fulbright College Students or contact your departmental adviser or an adviser in the College of Education and Health Professions. 479-575-3601, School of Journalism and Strategic Media Website. Emphasizes content creation and web publishing, including infographics and promotional materials. Larry Foley School Chair 205 Kimpel Hall 479-575-3601 . or any PHIL course numbered 3000 or higher (PHIL 3103 Ethics and the Professions is recommended). 3 Hours. JOUR 443V. (Typically offered: Irregular) Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 2 hours per week. Robert Brady Department Chair 417 Kimpel Hall 479-575-3046 . reaching out via email to get in touch. A cultural/diversity-approved HIST course is allowed to also satisfy the major's HIST course 3000-level or higher requirement. For News/Editorial, please select, and Broadcast News Reporting I Laboratory, and Broadcast News Reporting II Laboratory, Six credit hours in JOUR or ADPR courses. No in-progress credit hours accepted. (Typically offered: Fall). (Typically offered: Irregular). JOUR 2032. University and College Requirements: In addition to the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Graduation Requirements (see under Degree Completion Program Policy), the following course requirements must be met. In addition, students are strongly recommended to complete up through the 2013 Intermediate II level of a world language. If both are completed, then one will count as a JOUR/ADPR elective. For this reason, all students who fulfill the requirements for the combined major in Journalism and English thereby fulfill the Fulbright College writing requirement. Ryan Neville-Shepard Graduate Coordinator 515 Kimpel Hall 479-575-5962 Email: rnevshep@uark.edu. (Typically offered: Fall). Photojournalism II. STAT 2303 is highly recommended as it acts as a prerequisite to MKTG 3433. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher to enroll in, Students are required to earn a grade of “B” or higher in both. Includes producing multimedia presentations and working with audio as well as still images. Most courses in the journalism minor can be applied toward the on-campus bachelor’s degree program in journalism, which was established in 1931 and is offered by the School of Journalism and Strategic Media in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences offers. 1-6 Hour. in Journalism with Broadcast Concentration, Requirements for B.A. Three credit hours towards the Journalism Digital Requirement (varies by concentration): For Broadcast, please select any JOUR course with a digital component, as approved by the School of Journalism and Strategic Media. This course is equivalent to JOUR 4981. Journalism Department Hires Award Winning Broadcaster as New Instructor. There is no guarantee that GSP testing slots will be open when desired, so students must schedule well in advance. Any philosophy (PHIL) course at the 3000-level or higher (recommended: A second PLSC course (the following are recommended options): Choose a course in cultural/diversity studies from the following options: Other cultural/diversity courses as approved by the School of Journalism and Strategic Media. Emphasizes content creation and web publishing, including infographics and promotional materials. JOUR 4903. Practicum for students to plan, design, promote and execute several Journalism Days events, to include the Roy Reed Lecture, a scholarship reception, a job fair, Senior Salute and a fundraiser. Provides students with the skills of visual literacy, photo editing, audio processing, video editing and web publishing. Directed study in conceptualizing, researching, and writing a major paper to meet the college writing requirement. Chair of the School JOUR 3273. Department of Mathematical Sciences 309 SCEN University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR 72701. Focuses on multi-camera, single-camera and studio production. The School of Journalism and Strategic Media offers two undergraduate majors leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree: a major in Advertising and Public Relations and a major in Journalism. The value of interacting with sources and the audience is stressed as are ethical, legal and accuracy issues. JOUR 4893. Program Code: JOURMA College: ARSC Degree/Certificate Name: Master of Arts in Journalism (M.A.) Students must make a C in order to satisfy the college writing requirement. All majors and minors must complete the Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation (GSP) requirement as a prerequisite or co-requisite to. SOCI 2013 is a prerequisite to SOCI 3193. 525 Old Main Students have the option of enrolling in the ADPR 4143, ADPR 4423, and (ADPR 4453 or ADPR 4473) course sequence during the junior or senior year. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring) May be repeated for degree credit. Bolded courses from the list below may be counted toward some part of the University Core/state minimum core requirements, as applicable. to the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Graduation Requirements, list below may be applied to portions of the, World language up to the Intermediate I level (2000-level). The six-week program, with classes held on Saturday mornings, was designed to attract high school students who wanted to learn about journalism and multicultural issues in Northwest Arkansas.