Graduate Diploma (Journalism) Program

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1 Graduate Diploma (Journalism) Program 1. ADVISING INFORMATION FOR ON-LINE REGISTRATION Go to MyConcordia Portal and make a link to Registration. Follow the instructions. Link to School of Graduate Studies On-Line Registration Advising. Graduate Diploma Journalism Students Registering On-Line are allowed to: Register for 500-Level Courses in Journalism Register for required courses (Summer: JOUR 502, 511, and 519; Fall: JOUR 500, 504, 530, and 536; Winter: JOUR 509 and 513) Students must register for all required courses Graduate Diploma Journalism Students Registering On-Line are NOT allowed to: Register for elective courses before attending the information session during the Fall term. Register for fewer than: 9 credits in the Summer; 12 credits in the Fall; and 6 credits in the Winter. Prior Departmental Permission is required for: (Go to CJ-3.253) Registering for Courses Outside of the Department. You will be BLOCKED from registering if you have: An Academic Block GPA is below 3.00, F grade on record, more than one C grade on record. Permission to Register is required An Accounts Block outstanding balance of fees due. Go to Birk's Student Service Centre, LB-185 A CAQ Block expired Study Permit. Go to the International Students Office, H-653 Contact: Blossom Thom, Graduate Program Assistant, Room CJ-3.253, Tel: Ext

2 2. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 1. Credits. A fully-qualified candidate is required to complete a minimum of 33 credits. 2. Courses. All students are required to complete 33 credits in the following sequence: Summer Term (9 credits) JOUR 502 Introduction to the Print Process JOUR 511 Introduction to Broadcasting JOUR 519 Computer Assisted Reporting Fall Term (12 credits) JOUR 500 Perspectives on Contemporary Media JOUR 504 News Reporting and Writing JOUR 530 Advanced Radio News JOUR 536 Advanced Television Workshop Winter Term (12 credits) JOUR 509 Copy Editing and Layout JOUR 513 Journalism Ethics and the Law And two of the following courses: JOUR 505 Advanced Print Workshop JOUR 508 Research Project JOUR 520 Directed Study JOUR 528 On-line Magazine JOUR 532 Public Affairs Workshop in Broadcast Journalism JOUR 533 Workshop in Business Communications JOUR 542 Seminar in International Journalism JOUR 566 Photojournalism Academic Regulations 1. GPA Requirement. Students having completed at least four courses are assessed at the end of the Fall term based on creditable courses completed in the program. To be permitted to continue, students must have obtained a cumulative grade point average of at least C Rule. A student receiving a grade of C in two courses will be required to withdraw from the program. 3. F Rule. Students who receive a failing grade in the course of their studies will be withdrawn from the program. Students may apply for readmission. Students who receive another failing grade after re-admission will be withdrawn from the program and will not be considered for readmission. 4. Time Limit. All work for a diploma program must be completed within 6 terms (2 years) from the time of initial registration in the program for

3 full-time students; for part-time students the time limit is 12 terms (4 years). 5. Graduation Requirement. To graduate, students must have completed all course requirements with a cumulative grade point average of at least Courses JOUR 500 Perspectives on Contemporary Media (3 credits) The course will examine the complex structures of modern media and how they have evolved. It will focus on media theory and the organization, practices and problems of media enterprises, and their impact on audiences and on society. The effects of technology, ownership and regulation will be discussed within the framework of an examination of public access and media accountability. JOUR 502 Introduction to the Print Process (3 credits) This is a comprehensive lecture/laboratory course which lays the foundations for the writing and reporting demands of journalism. Students are introduced to the salient features of print formats, and receive assignments in information-gathering and writing both in class and in the field. JOUR 504 News Reporting and Writing (3 credits) Prerequisite: JOUR 502. This course is intended to consolidate the writing skills learned during the summer. Through lectures and laboratory work, students learn a variety of information-gathering and writing techniques, including short deadline news reporting and feature writing. JOUR 505 Advanced Print Workshop (3 credits) This workshop offers students the opportunity to perfect their skills in a variety of print formats, ranging from beat reporting to magazine writing. JOUR 508 Research Project (3 credits) The project is to be a comprehensive study and report on some area of modern media practice, or on the interaction of media and society. The subject and method must be approved in advance by the instructor of the course. JOUR 509 Copy Editing and Layout (3 credits) Prerequisite: JOUR 504. This course offers lectures and workshops in the art of copy editing, as well as an introduction to computerized layout and newspaper production. JOUR 511 Introduction to Broadcasting (3 credits) This course is an introduction to the production of radio and television news programs and public affairs documentaries. Students learn writing techniques, interviewing style and production processes. JOUR 513 Journalism Ethics and the Law (3 credits) The course examines the journalist s responsibility in terms of both ethics and

4 the law. It introduces students to a representative cross-section of ethical theories and codes and takes an intensive look at the most common legal issues affecting the practice of journalism. JOUR 519 Computer-Assisted Reporting (3 credit) Students learn the basics of desktop publishing and computer-assisted reporting, working with a variety of software and data storage systems to research, analyze and publish their work. The goal is to equip students with the skills necessary to be successful journalists in the information age. JOUR 520 Directed Study (3 credits) A student may be allowed to undertake a study of a particular field or topic relating to journalism or the news media, with written permission of the diploma program director. A detailed outline of the proposed study, and approval of a satisfactory study supervisor, is required. JOUR 525 Special Topics in Journalism (3 credits) When offered, content will depend on the theme designated by the program. JOUR 526 Special Topics in Journalism (3 credits) Students who have received credit for JOUR 525 may register for JOUR 526, provided content is different. JOUR 528 On-Line Magazine (3 credits) This course introduces students to the theory and practice of on-line publication and broadcast methods. JOUR 530 Advanced Radio News (3 credits) This is a workshop course in which students function as reporters, writers, news readers and editors in order to learn the skills necessary to produce daily newscasts. JOUR 532 Public Affairs Workshop in Broadcast Journalism (3 credits) This workshop allows students to perfect their skills in long format public affairs broadcasting in either radio or television. Working under the supervision of the instructor, students prepare a number of magazine pieces suitable for broadcast. JOUR 533 Workshop in Business Communications (3 credits) This course introduces students to the array of writing needed in a variety of business settings, including technical writing, annual reports and speech writing.

5 JOUR 536 Advanced Television Workshop (3 credits) This course gives students the opportunity to perfect their skills in writing for television and producing news and public affairs programming. JOUR 542 International Journalism (3 credits) This course examines the way journalism is practiced in a selected country or tradition. The focus of the course may change from year to year. JOUR 566 Photojournalism (3 credits) Using digital cameras and technology, students perform a variety of exercises and assignments to help them master the techniques used in planning, taking, and laying out news photographs.

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