The Journalism BA Program |
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The Journalism BA Program: Student Learning Outcomes
By the time they graduate, journalism majors will demonstrate:
- Student Learning Outcome 1, Reporting:
The ability to report in depth, using a wide variety of sources to provide context, accuracy, and balance.
- Student Learning Outcome 2, Writing:
The ability to produce stories that are clear and concise and engage the audience’s attention.
- Student Learning Outcome 3, Convergence:
The ability to embrace convergent media by shooting video, making photographs, and writing for and posting to the Web.
- Student Learning Outcome 4, Role and Responsibilities:
An understanding of the roles and duties of journalism in society, and recognition of the legal and moral implications of their work.
- Student Learning Outcome 5, Synthesis:
The ability to speak and write in a sophisticated way about an area of study outside journalism.
Posted Feb. 5, 2013
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