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1 Journalism and Mass Communication (Major) Multimedia Journalism Concentration (New Concentration) NEW Curriculum Guide and General Education Fall 2012 and After First Semester Second Semester BIOL 100 Biological Science (SR) 1 4 ENGL 101 Ideas & Their Expression II (WC) 1 3 ENGL 100 Ideas & Their Expressions (WC) 1 3 ENGL 226 Basic Grammar and Mech. Writing 3 FRST 100 University Survival I (SS) 1 1 FRST 101 University Survival II (SS) 1 1 HIST 201,202 or 203 (SBS-AA) 1 3 HIST 130, 207, 2, or 231 (SBS-GL) 1 3 HPED Elective 1 MATH 102 Fund. Alge & Trig II (MLAR) 1 3 MATH 101 Fund. Alge & Trig I (MLAR) 1 3 PHIL Elective 3 15 Grammar Proficiency Examination 2 0 Sophomore Year FOLA Level FOLA Level JOMC 220 Rep. and Writing Across Platforms 3 JOMC 202 Interactive Comm in Digital World 3 JOMC 231 Communications Practicum 4 1 JOMC 309 Intro. to Multimedia 3 JOMC 299 Intro. to Video Prod. & Editing 3 JOMC 324 Editing for Online and Print Media 3 Minor or Elective 5, 6 3 SPCH 1 Voice & Diction 1 Minor or Elective 5, 6 3 Minor or Elective 5, 6 3 Junior Year GCS 381 Web Design I 3 Geography Elective 3 JOMC 425 Electronic News Writing 3 JOMC 303 Mass Comm. Res. Methods 3 JOMC 430 Adv. Reporting & Writing 3 JOMC 435 Elect. Reporting and Producing 3 JOMC 493 Comm. Law & Ethics 3 JOMC 591 Mass Comm. Prof. Dev. Seminar 7 2 SPCH 250 Speech Fundamentals (HFA) 1 3 Minor or Elective 5, Scientific Reasoning Elective (SR) 1, Senior Year Elective 6 3 Business School Elective 3 JOMC 300 Photojournalism 3 Elective 6 3 JOMC 598 Mass Comm. Intern. 3 English Literature Elective 10 3 JOMC Elective 9 3 HPED Elective 1 Political Science Elective 3 Humanities and Fine Arts Elective (HFA) 1 3 JOMC Exit Exam 2 0 Psychology or Sociology Elective 3 15 TOTAL HOURS: This course fulfills the University's general education requirement. Key: HFA = Humanities and Fine Arts; MLAR = Mathematical, Logic and Analytical Reasoning; SBS = Social and Behavioral Sciences; SR = Scientific Reasoning; SS = Student Success; and WC = Writing Communication. If course is not specified, see the General Education course list for course options and discuss with your advisor. 2 The Grammar Proficiency Exam must be passed before or during JOMC 220 and to continue in the major. The JOMC Exit Exam is based on courses in the sequence and may be taken after completing all courses on the exam. 3 Two levels of the same foreign language are required. 4 Consult the University Bulletin for Practicum requirements. Volunteers are encouraged to work in labs. 5 Discuss minor or electives with your academic advisor. 6 ACEJMC accreditation requires 72 credit hours outside the major. Electives and minor classes are selected to ensure meeting the 72 credit hours outside the major requirement. 7 Must take JOMC 591 Mass Communication Professional Development Seminar the semester prior to enrolling in JOMC 598. JOMC 591 Prerequisites for Multimedia Journalism: Grammar Proficiency Exam, JOMC 220, 309, 425, 430, *435 (*May be enrolled). 8 Scientific Reasoning Elective: Must have 7 credit hours in the scientific reasoning with one lab hour (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics). 9 JOMC Electives must be discussed with advisor. JOMC Electives: 203, 240, 245, 255, 302, 366, 368, 403, 417, 418, 440, 441, 470, 475, 499, 500, 502, 522, 540, 550, 551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, or Select from any courses under the following English Department subheadings: African-American Literature, Literature, or Women Writers and Women in Literature. Last Updated: January 23, 2013

2 Core Courses Credit JOMC Interact. Comm Digital World 3 JOMC Reporting & Writing Across Plat 3 JOMC Mass Comm. Res. Meths 3 JOMC Intro to Multimedia 3 JOMC Comm. Law and Ethics 3 JOMC Media Prof Dev Seminar 2 JOMC Media Internship 3 Grammar Proficiency Examination 0 Exit Exam 0 Concentration Requirements JOMC Practicum II 1 JOMC Intro. to Video Prod. & Editing 3 JOMC Photojournalism 3 JOMC Editing Online & Print Media 3 JOMC Adv. Reporting & Writing 3 JOMC Broadcast News Writing 3 JOMC Adv Reporting & Production 3 General Education Courses (10/29/2012) Scientific Reasoning HFA-AA BIOL 101 LIBS 202 BIOL 102 *MUSI 220 CHEM 100/110 CHEM 104/114 HFA-GL CHEM 106/1 PHIL 265 CHEM 107/117 PHIL 315 EASC 201 EES 234 SBS PHYS 101 ECON 200 PHYS 104 ECON 201 PHYS 105 JOMC 240 PHYS 110/111 SOCI 100 PHYS 225/235 SOCI 200 PHYS 226/236 PHYS 241/251 MLAR PHYS 242/252 HIST 277 MATH 103 HFA MATH 104 ENGL 200 MATH 110 ENGL 201 MATH 111 ENGL 230 MATH 112 ENGL 231 MATH 123 *MUSI 2 MATH 131 PHIL 260 MATH 132 PHIL 266 MATH 224 PHIL 267 MATH 231 PHIL 268 PHIL 262 *Conditionally Accepted Multimedia Journalism Hours Outside the Major All students must have a minimum of 72 credit hours outside JOMC. GPA Policy To declare JOMC as a major, the student must have a cumulative grade point average. A student cannot enroll in JOMC classes to increase their GPA to meet the minimum GPA requirement. To remain a JOMC major, a student must have a minimum major and cumulative GPAs. A student not meeting the minimal requirements will be placed on probation from the department for two semesters. If the student does not meet the minimal requirements after the probation period, the student is no longer a JOMC major. *All JOMC majors must successfully pass the grammar proficiency exam and the exit exam to fulfill graduation requirements. Journalism & Mass Communication Important Information: A minimum of 72 hours must be outside journalism and mass communication. A minimum grade point average of 2.5 is needed in mass communication. Suggested Outside Classroom Activities: Student organizations include Media Network, NABJ, PRSSA, Honors Program with a 3.50 cumulative GPA. Professional activities include directing, video taping, and producing newscast and video productions in television studio. Extracurricular activities also include performing, directing, producing for university and college productions, performing volunteer broadcast work for student organizations and local community, attending meetings and conferences affiliated with electronic media and journalism, see advisor.

3 Journalism and Mass Communication (Major) Mass Media Production Concentration (Name Change from Broadcast Production) NEW Curriculum Guide and General Education Fall 2012 and After Freshman Year First Semester Second Semester BIOL 100 Biological Science (SR) 1 4 ENGL 101 Ideas & Their Expression II (WC) 1 3 ENGL 100 Ideas & Their Expressions (WC) 1 3 ENGL 226 Basic Grammar and Mech. Writing 3 FRST 100 University Survival I (SS) 1 1 FRST 101 University Survival II (SS) 1 1 HIST 201,202 or 203 (SBS-AA) 1 3 HIST 130, 207, 2, or 231 (SBS-GL) 1 3 HPED Elective 1 MATH 102 Fund. Alge & Trig II (MLAR) 1 3 MATH 101 Fund. Alge & Trig I (MLAR) 1 3 PHIL Elective 3 15 Grammar Proficiency Examination 2 0 Sophomore Year FOLA Level I 3 3 FOLA Level JOMC 220 Rep. and Writing Across Platforms 3 HPED Elective 1 JOMC 231 Communications Practicum 4 1 JOMC 202 Interactive Comm in Digital World 3 JOMC Elective 9 3 JOMC 406 Intro. to Video Production 3 Minor or Elective 5, 6 3 Minor or Elective 5, 6 3 Minor or Elective 5, 6 3 Minor or Elective 5, 6 3 Junior Year JOMC 303 Mass Comm Res. Meth. 3 GCS 381 Web Design I 3 JOMC 309 Intro. to Multi-Media 3 JOMC 493 Communication Law & Ethics 3 JOMC 405 Intro. to Radio & Digital Audio 3 JOMC 507 Advanced Video Production or JOMC 419 Video Non-Linear Editing 3 JOMC 508 Adv. Radio & Audio Prod. 3 JOMC 445 Scriptwriting 3 JOMC 591 Mass Comm. Prof. Dev. Seminar Scientific Reasoning Elective (SR) 1, 8 3 SPCH 250 Speech Fundamentals (HFA) Senior Year Elective 6 3 Business School Elective 3 JOMC 598 Mass Comm Intern 3 Elective 6 3 JOMC Elective 9 3 English Literature Elective 10 3 Political Science Elective 3 Geography Elective 3 Psychology or Sociology Elective 3 Humanities and Fine Arts Elective (HFA) 1 3 JOMC Exit Exam TOTAL HOURS: This course fulfills the University's general education requirement. Key: HFA = Humanities and Fine Arts; MLAR = Mathematical, Logic and Analytical Reasoning; SBS = Social and Behavioral Sciences; SR = Scientific Reasoning; SS = Student Success; and WC = Writing Communication. If course is not specified, see the General Education course list for course options and discuss with your advisor. 2 The Grammar Proficiency Exam must be passed before or during JOMC 220 and to continue in the major. The JOMC Exit Exam is based on courses in the sequence and may be taken after completing all courses on the exam. 3 Two levels of the same foreign language are required. 4 Consult the University Bulletin for Practicum requirements. Volunteers are encouraged to work in labs. 5 Discuss minor or electives with your academic advisor. 6 ACEJMC accreditation requires 72 credit hours outside the major. Electives and minor classes are selected to ensure meeting the 72 credit hours outside the major requirement. 7 Must take JOMC 591 Mass Communication Professional Development Seminar the semester prior to enrolling in JOMC 598. JOMC 591 Prerequisites for Multimedia Journalism: Grammar Proficiency Exam, JOMC 220, 309, 425, 430, *435 (*May be enrolled). 8 Scientific Reasoning Elective: Must have 7 credit hours in the scientific reasoning with one lab hour (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, or Physics). 9 JOMC Electives must be discussed with advisor. JOMC Electives: 203, 240, 245, 255, 302, 366, 368, 403, 417, 418, 440, 441, 470, 475, 499, 500, 502, 522, 540, 550, 551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, or Select from any courses under the following English Department subheadings: African-American Literature, Literature, or Women Writers and Women in Literature. Last Updated: January 23, 2013

4 Core Courses Credit JOMC Interact. Comm Digital World 3 JOMC Reporting & Writing Across Plat 3 JOMC Mass Comm. Res. Meths 3 JOMC Intro to Multimedia 3 JOMC Comm. Law and Ethics 3 JOMC Media Prof Dev Seminar 2 JOMC Media Internship 3 Grammar Proficiency Examination 0 Exit Exam 0 Concentration Requirements JOMC Practicum II 1 JOMC Intro Radio & Digital Audio 3 JOMC Intro Video Production 3 JOMC 419 Video Nonlinear Editing 3 JOMC Scriptwriting 3 JOMC Adv. Video Prod. or JOMC Adv. Radio & Digital Audio 3 General Education Courses (10/29/2012) Scientific Reasoning HFA-AA BIOL 101 LIBS 202 BIOL 102 *MUSI 220 CHEM 100/110 CHEM 104/114 HFA-GL CHEM 106/1 PHIL 265 CHEM 107/117 PHIL 315 EASC 201 EES 234 SBS PHYS 101 ECON 200 PHYS 104 ECON 201 PHYS 105 JOMC 240 PHYS 110/111 SOCI 100 PHYS 225/235 SOCI 200 PHYS 226/236 PHYS 241/251 MLAR PHYS 242/252 HIST 277 MATH 103 HFA MATH 104 ENGL 200 MATH 110 ENGL 201 MATH 111 ENGL 230 MATH 112 ENGL 231 MATH 123 *MUSI 2 MATH 131 PHIL 260 MATH 132 PHIL 266 MATH 224 PHIL 267 MATH 231 PHIL 268 PHIL 262 *Conditionally Accepted Mass Media Production Hours Outside the Major All students must have a minimum of 72 credit hours outside JOMC. GPA Policy To declare JOMC as a major, the student must have a cumulative grade point average. A student cannot enroll in JOMC classes to increase their GPA to meet the minimum GPA requirement. To remain a JOMC major, a student must have a minimum major and cumulative GPAs. A student not meeting the minimal requirements will be placed on probation from the department for two semesters. If the student does not meet the minimal requirements after the probation period, the student is no longer a JOMC major. *All JOMC majors must successfully pass the grammar proficiency exam and the exit exam to fulfill graduation requirements. Journalism & Mass Communication Important Information: A minimum of 72 hours must be outside journalism and mass communication. A minimum grade point average of 2.5 is needed in mass communication. Suggested Outside Classroom Activities: Student organizations include Media Network, NABJ, PRSSA, Honors Program with a 3.50 cumulative GPA. Professional activities include directing, video taping, and producing newscast and video productions in television studio. Extracurricular activities also include performing, directing, producing for university and college productions, performing volunteer broadcast work for student organizations and local community, attending meetings and conferences affiliated with electronic media and journalism, see advisor.

5 Journalism and Mass Communication (Major) Public Relations Concentration NEW Curriculum Guide and General Education Fall 2012 and After Freshman Year First Semester Second Semester BIOL 100 Biological Science (SR) 1 4 ENGL 101 Ideas & Their Expression II (WC) 1 3 ENGL 100 Ideas & Their Expressions (WC) 1 3 ENGL 226 Basic Grammar and Mech. Writing 3 FRST 100 University Survival I (SS) 1 1 FRST 101 University Survival II (SS) 1 1 HIST 201,202 or 203 (SBS-AA) 1 3 HIST 130, 207, 2, or 231 (SBS-GL) 1 3 HPED Elective 1 MATH 102 Fund. Alge & Trig II (MLAR) 1 3 MATH 101 Fund. Alge & Trig I (MLAR) 1 3 PHIL Elective 3 15 Grammar Proficiency Examination 2 0 Sophomore Year FOLA Level I 3 3 Humanities and Fine Arts Elective (HFA) 1 3 JOMC 202 Interactive Comm in Digital World 3 FOLA Level JOMC 220 Rep. and Writing Across Platforms 3 JOMC 276 Introduction to Public Relations 3 JOMC 231 Practicum 4 1 JOMC 324 Editing for Online and Print Media 3 Minor or Elective 5, 6 3 JOMC Elective 9 3 Minor or Elective 5, Junior Year JOMC 303 Mass Comm. Res. Meths 3 GCS 381 Web Design I 3 JOMC 309 Intro. to Multi-Media 3 JOMC 486 Public Relations Campaigns 3 JOMC 330 Public Relations Writing 3 JOMC 493 Communication Law & Ethics 3 JOMC 390 Public Relations Case Studies 3 JOMC 496 Publication Editing & Design 3 Minor or Elective 5, 6 3 JOMC 591 Mass Comm. Prof. Dev. Seminar Minor or Elective 5, Senior Year JOMC 598 Mass Comm. Internship 3 Business School Elective 3 Electives 6 3 Elective 6 3 Political Science Elective 3 English Literature Elective 10 3 Scientific Reasoning Elective (SR) 1 3 Geography Elective 3 SPCH 250 Speech Fundamentals (HFA) 1 3 HPED Elective 1 JOMC Exit Exam 2 0 Psychology or Sociology Elective 3 15 TOTAL HOURS: This course fulfills the University's general education requirement. Key: HFA = Humanities and Fine Arts; MLAR = Mathematical, Logic and Analytical Reasoning; SBS = Social and Behavioral Sciences; SR = Scientific Reasoning; SS = Student Success; and WC = Writing Communication. If course is not specified, see the General Education course list for course options and discuss with your advisor. 2 The Grammar Proficiency Exam must be passed before or during JOMC 220 and to continue in the major. The JOMC Exit Exam is based on courses in the sequence and may be taken after completing all courses on the exam. 3 Two levels of the same foreign language are required. 4 Consult the University Bulletin for Practicum requirements. Volunteers are encouraged to work in labs. 5 Discuss minor or electives with your academic advisor. 6 ACEJMC accreditation requires 72 credit hours outside the major. Electives and minor classes are selected to ensure meeting the 72 credit hours outside the major requirement. 7 Must take JOMC 591 Mass Communication Professional Development Seminar the semester prior to enrolling in JOMC 598. JOMC 591 Prerequisites for Multimedia Journalism: Grammar Proficiency Exam, JOMC 220, 309, 425, 430, *435 (*May be enrolled). 8 Scientific Reasoning Elective: Must have 7 credit hours in the scientific reasoning with one lab hour (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics). 9 JOMC Electives must be discussed with advisor. JOMC Electives: 203, 240, 245, 255, 302, 366, 368, 403, 417, 418, 440, 441, 470, 475, 499, 500, 502, 522, 540, 550, 551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, or Select from any courses under the following English Department subheadings: African-American Literature, Literature, or Women Writers and Women in Literature. Last Updated: January 23, 2013

6 Core Courses Credit JOMC Interact. Comm Digital World 3 JOMC Reporting & Writing Across Plat 3 JOMC Mass Comm. Res. Meths 3 JOMC Intro to Multimedia 3 JOMC Comm. Law and Ethics 3 JOMC Media Prof Dev Seminar 2 JOMC Media Internship 3 Grammar Proficiency Examination 0 Exit Exam 0 Concentration Requirements JOMC Practicum II 1 JOMC Intro to Public Relations 3 JOMC Editing Online & Print Media 3 JOMC Public Relations Writing 3 JOMC Public Relations Case Studies 3 JOMC Public Relations Campaign 3 JOMC Publications Editing & Design 3 General Education Courses (10/29/2012) Scientific Reasoning HFA-AA BIOL 101 LIBS 202 BIOL 102 *MUSI 220 CHEM 100/110 CHEM 104/114 HFA-GL CHEM 106/1 PHIL 265 CHEM 107/117 PHIL 315 EASC 201 EES 234 SBS PHYS 101 ECON 200 PHYS 104 ECON 201 PHYS 105 JOMC 240 PHYS 110/111 SOCI 100 PHYS 225/235 SOCI 200 PHYS 226/236 PHYS 241/251 MLAR PHYS 242/252 HIST 277 MATH 103 HFA MATH 104 ENGL 200 MATH 110 ENGL 201 MATH 111 ENGL 230 MATH 112 ENGL 231 MATH 123 *MUSI 2 MATH 131 PHIL 260 MATH 132 PHIL 266 MATH 224 PHIL 267 MATH 231 PHIL 268 PHIL 262 *Conditionally Accepted Public Relations Hours Outside the Major All students must have a minimum of 72 credit hours outside JOMC. GPA Policy To declare JOMC as a major, the student must have a cumulative grade point average. A student cannot enroll in JOMC classes to increase their GPA to meet the minimum GPA requirement. To remain a JOMC major, a student must have a minimum major and cumulative GPAs. A student not meeting the minimal requirements will be placed on probation from the department for two semesters. If the student does not meet the minimal requirements after the probation period, the student is no longer a JOMC major. *All JOMC majors must successfully pass the grammar proficiency exam and the exit exam to fulfill graduation requirements. Journalism & Mass Communication Important Information: A minimum of 72 hours must be outside journalism and mass communication. A minimum grade point average of 2.5 is needed in mass communication. Suggested Outside Classroom Activities: Student organizations include Media Network, NABJ, PRSSA, Honors Program with a 3.50 cumulative GPA. Professional activities include directing, video taping, and producing newscast and video productions in television studio. Extracurricular activities also include performing, directing, producing for university and college productions, performing volunteer broadcast work for student organizations and local community, attending meetings and conferences affiliated with electronic media and journalism, see advisor.

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