Journalism training courses and schoolsTotal 303 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.
Cert., BA, BSc, MA, MSc programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Online Writing and JournalismCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The course and its related assignments help participants write clearly, concisely, conversationally and creatively for the World Wide Web.
The focus is on quality reporting, writing and editing, not computer skills. Students are introduced to audio news production and editing, and basic photographic storytelling as a means of preparing for the multi-platform newsrooms and PR shops where employment likely occurs.
By the end of the semester, students have a better understanding of the challenges facing both online and traditional journalism today, mostly because of:
â—?the creation of their own news beat blogs,
â—?the practice of the basics of audio news production, including script writing,
â—?the publication of original journalistic stories for the Web,
â—?readings about and discussion of the changing face of journalism and the role that online media has in that change, and
â—?the production of one multi-media package as individ... [Read More]
Visual JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
A photograph can decorate a wall or it can have the power to shake the world. It is a pictureâ€™s storytelling potential that makes photography such a potent force in our lives. After advance approval of story proposals, timetable and budgets, students will produce a still photographic essay that will form the basis of a multimedia film presentation. While exploring the traditional elements of story telling (â€śpitchingâ€?a concept, shooting, editing, documentation and presentation), students will also collect additional assets for inclusion in their final Multimedia story project for Storybuilding, including audio, video, narration, and supplemental or transitional images.
School of Visual ArtsTraining Center/Campus:
New York City, New York, United StatesPhone No.:
Visionary JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
From finding and researching a story to writing a treatment and a shooting script, understanding the ever-evolving ethics involved in documentary filmmaking and the established journalistic ethics are of primary importance. These courses will engender a full understanding of the ethical standards inherent in print and broadcast journalism, and nonfiction writing as they relate to social documentary. Working within these structures, we will approach how to successfully tell a storyâ€”from origin of concept to finished product. The second semester will delve into ideas of documentary filmmaker vs. journalist and matters of ethics and journalistic integrity.
News WritingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course covers the basic principles and practices of news reporting and writing. Students are taught to write single-incident news stories, conduct balanced interviews and edit their own copy, employing standard copy editing symbols and format. Emphasis is also given to the theoretical side of journalism with an overview of its history, present legal controls, ethical issues and rapidly expanding technology.
Journalism (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Open to all Majors and Minors, 18 units
A large number of LMU graduates have gone on to successful careers or graduate work in Journalism. These students, who have often majored or minored in English, Communication Studies or other majors have taken advantage of a number of exciting LMU courses. (Note: Some of the courses you take for the Certificate may also be counted toward your Major or Minor in English, Communication Studies or your Core.) These courses make up the LMU â€śJournalism Certificateâ€?and are particularly recommended for students who intend pursuing a Masters or Ph.D. in Journalism, or who plan to work as a Freelance journalist, PR or Advertising professional, in corporate communications, for a newspaper or magazine or on various new media platforms. A Journalism Certificate at LMU offers maximum flexibility as no specific courses are required. The â€ścertificateâ€?appears as a line on the studentâ€™s final transcript, and may be referenced in a stu... [Read More]
New Arts Journalism (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago&,#146,s (SAIC) Master of Arts (MA) in New Arts Journalism is designed to provide you with the necessary skills and experiences to function as an art and design journalist for newspapers, magazines, trade journals, radio, television, and new media such as blogs, podcasts, and graphic novels.
Arts Journalism within an Art School
Located within a vibrant school of contemporary art and design, the New Arts Journalism program provides a full engagement with the theory and practice of journalism and the opportunity to work closely with artists, art historians, cultural theorists, and art critics connected to a major American museum.
Unlike arts journalism graduate programs that add an arts emphasis to a journalism program, SAIC is a thriving site for students to combine in-depth knowledge of the arts along with the study of the rubrics of journalism.
Journalist, Editor, Designer
The... [Read More]
Fashion JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Course helps students develop fashion writing and reporting skills with an awareness of fashion history, terminology, and business. Students report on fashion shows, cover boutiques and designers, write collection reviews and trend reports, and complete a fashion news feature article.
Mobile JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
From geo-locational storytelling to a full multimedia reporting suite in the palm of your hands, mobile technology is poised to change how journalism is both reported and read. This class will introduce journalism students to the challenges and possibilities inherent in the mobile medium through hands-on mobile reporting and mobile website development.
Online JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This course introduces students to the new and varied ways to report stories online. Through two main projects, a personal blog and a team-built journalistic web site, students become fluent in the language, workflow and rigorous demands of Internet publishing.
Smartphone PhotojournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This is a hands-on class focusing on the technical, aesthetic and journalistic skills needed to produce images with a smartphone for publication of news and feature photography.
Self Management and FreelancingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course provides artists of all disciplines with the fundamentals for self-sustaining careers in the arts, entertainment and media. The class equips students with an understanding of the matrix of skills, promotional vehicles, and revenue streams in the arts industries as well as fundamentals of career development and business acumen.
PhotojournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This is a hands-on class focusing on the technical, aesthetic, journalistic and interpersonal skills needed to produce images that tell stories for newspapers, magazines, books and the Internet. Weekly assignments will introduce students to specific areas of photojournalism. Students may be assigned to cover protests and demonstrations, political campaigns, live performances, press conferences, sporting events as well as feature stories that explore contemporary social issues. Journalistic ethics will be the subject of ongoing discussions throughout the semester, as will applicable business practices for both free-lance and staff photojournalists.
Journalism (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This Master of Arts program emphasizes public affairs reporting and the crucial role played by a free and active press in communities large and small, national and international. The curriculum focuses on issues central to civic life - education, housing, welfare, criminal justice, labor, politics and the electoral process, science, economies, and arts. In addition to extensive instruction and practice in various forms of journalistic writing, students learn multimedia and, as electives, magazine and broadcast specialties. As soon as studentsâ€?work is ready, they are encouraged to publish it, building individual portfolios while earning a graduate degree.
Science JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Taught in conjunction with the Science and Mathematics Department, the Science Journalism concentration addresses a growing need for journalists who can bridge the gap between the medical/scientific community and the general public. This unique undergraduate program features a year-long sequence in science writing and reporting, taught by a Pulitzer Prize winning science journalist. In addition to careers in print and electronic media, there are jobs for knowledgeable science communicators in government, industry, and academia, including at major hospitals and research centers. Students interview world-class scientists at such places as the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and report on renowned physicians and researchers at teaching hospitals affiliated with the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and the University of Illinois-Chicago.
Broadcast JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Broadcast Journalism is an interdisciplinary program taught in cooperation with the Television and Radio departments. Students learn to report, write, and produce television and radio news, features, and in-depth stories. Student-produced television news programs, such as Metro Minutes, a newsmagazine focusing on arts and entertainment, and Newsbeat, a live TV newscast, are program highlights. Radio news students get hands-on training at Columbiaâ€™s radio station, WCRX, 88.1 FM. Students intern at major media outlets, including Chicago affiliates of ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, Fox, NPR, and Telemundo. Other opportunities include the Multimedia Sports course, which produces a web-based sports magazine show, and Windy City Webcast, an extracurricular activity that helps students gain more variety and experience for their audition reels.
Roosevelt UniversityTraining Center/Campus:
Chicago, Illinois, United StatesPhone No.:
Literary Journalism WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course acquaints students with the area of literary feature writing, which serves as a forum for the expression of journalism as narrative. Combining the seminar and workshop forums, it explores the art and craft of literary nonfiction as well as the structure, tone, style, and also approach to writing feature stories, giving special attention to the work of some of the nation&,#146,s leading journalists and introducing students to the process of immersing themselves in the subject.
Journalism (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Rooseveltâ€™s Journalism program is aimed at graduating students ready to enter the field, with experience in storytelling across media as well as an understanding of the social role of the journalist and the hard work needed to succeed in the field.
Reporting is at the heart of the program. Youâ€™ll experience hands-on coursework in:
â€˘Writing, reporting and editing across all media: print, broadcast and digital.
â€˘Advanced reporting and writing, including investigative reporting, political reporting, feature and magazine writing.
â€˘Advanced storytelling in written, audio, video and photographic formats.
â€˘Multimedia design and production.
Our faculty includes award-winning reporters, editors and writers who are eager to guide the next generation of journalists â€?like Anne-Marie Cusac, winner of the George Polk Award for investigative reporting, John Wesley Fountain, winner of the prestigious Peter Lisagor Award for his continuing work as a c... [Read More]
DePaul UniversityTraining Center/Campus:
Chicago, Illinois, United StatesPhone No.:
Broadcast JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
An introduction to the preparation and presentation skills needed by broadcast journalists. This is a studio course that will allow the gathering and delivery of news and public affairs programming with the development of the critical competencies students must have if they are considering careers in the profession.
ONLINE JOURNALISMCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course introduces students to the principles and practices of online journalism. Students learn both conceptual and technical skills in multimedia reporting. Although the course provides groundwork in using digital tools to produce online content, the focus is on journalism. As much as possible, assignments will allow students to grasp online journalism concepts and apply them to real-world scenarios.
PHOTOJOURNALISMCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is a practicum designed to prepare visual journalists for the skills they&,#146,ll need in a rapidly changing profession. Students will learn about the strategic use of photographs in digital storytelling, including the role of photographs in multimedia production. Students will also understand the ethical obligations faced by today&,#146,s photojournalist.
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