Areas of study include news editorial and reporting, broadcast, public (Typically offered: Fall and Summer). (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). Graduate degree credit will not be given for both JOUR 4503 and JOUR 5503. Photojournalism 1 Lab involves the transfer of images from a digital camera to a computer, and involves the use of image editing and enhancing software as well as layout and design software. Corequisite: JOUR 3071L. Issues in Advertising and Public Relations. The course examines basic aesthetic principles in visual composition and techniques applicable to audio, video and web production. Click the buttons above to learn more. Media Graphics and Technology. (Typically offered: Fall). Honors Colloquium. 3 Hours. 1-6 Hour. Covers the historic context of contributions and innovations to U.S. newspapers by African Americans. Prerequisite: Junior standing. 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. Focuses on multi-camera, single-camera and studio production. Graduate degree credit will not be given for both JOUR 4063 and JOUR 5163. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). Corequisite: Lab component. 2 Hours. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). A Mental Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: the Dangers of International Reporting for Journalists, Lydia Fielder. Seminar course involving the critical examination of the major cultural, social, political, economic, ethical, and persuasion theories and/or issues relevant to advertising and public relations affecting individuals, organizations, societies. 3 Hours. Introduction to developing content strategies that tell accurate, concise stories across multiple media platforms. Consisting of a four story classroom block and a seven story tower of faculty offices, it houses the departments of Communications, Drama, English, Foreign Languages, Journalism and Physics, making it the busiest academic building on campus. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (Typically offered: Fall, Spring and Summer) May be repeated for degree credit. Corequisite: JOUR 2031L. In 2015, 186 students graduated in the study area of Journalism with students earning 180 Bachelor's degrees, and 6 Master's degrees. Students are introduced to techniques in data analysis, management, visualization and production of data-driven articles and and multimedia presentations. Prerequisite: Instructor consent. 3 Hours. Browse. by rmccargo | Apr 3, 2020 | Upcoming Events. (Typically offered: Fall). Honors Research Methods in Journalism. Examines the power, responsibility, and performance of the press and public officials/government agencies in their relationship with each other. (Typically offered: Spring). 3 Hours. Instruction with lab work in editing and producing various types of magazines. JOUR 4863. Examination of complex problems encountered by professional journalists with focus on research and analysis of the role of journalism in major social, economic, and political developments. JOUR 3072. Continuation of JOUR 2032. JOUR 5063. Prerequisite: Junior standing. the most up-to-date information at https://health.uark.edu/coronavirus/. (Typically offered: Fall). (Typically offered: Fall). Documentary Production I. – Katherine Shurlds, University of Arkansas journalism instructor and longtime director of the Lemke Journalism Project, will be honored as the Journalism Educator of the Year by the Arkansas Press Association. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing, JOUR 1033 with a grade of C or better, and completion of the GSP requirement. (Typically offered: Irregular), Constitutional guarantees, statutory laws and court cases applicable to mass communications. Continuation of JOUR 4873. Including advanced methods of gathering and writing broadcast news. 3 Hours. Focuses on multi-camera, single-camera and studio production. JOUR 5333. 3 Hours. This course is cross-listed with AAST 3263, ENGL 3263, COMM 3263. Prerequisite: JOUR 4873 with a grade of C or better. This course will instruct students in deciding news stories for regional readers, how those stories can best be written and displayed. Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701479-575-4801 3 Hours. (Formerly JOUR 4063.) 3 Hours. 1 Hour. 3 Hours. The School of Journalism and Strategic Media is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and media discourse. Degree Programs. Students wishing to follow the eight-semester degree plan should see the Eight-Semester Degree Policy for university requirements of the program. Students in our journalism degree programs receive instruction, guidance and access to hands-on experience from our seasoned, award-winning faculty and staff. Primary purpose of course is to enlarge the journalistic skills of students interested in advanced forms of mass communication. Prerequisite: Any STAT course or instructor permission. Fayetteville, AR 72701 (Typically offered: Fall). JOUR 4943H. A survey of the history of images of African Americans in film, especially as these images are examined in the context of stereotypical renditions and/or realistic representations of African American experiences. JOUR 3453. JOUR 4923. Prerequisite: JOUR 4873 with a grade of C or better. 340 N. Campus Drive Gearhart Hall 213 1 University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR 72701 1.479.575.4401 Studio lab and field work outside of regularly scheduled class time required. (Typically offered: Spring). For full-time junior or senior students majoring in journalism with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above in both major and academic studies. JOUR 5173. 525 Old Main Introduction to computer skills required in journalism; focuses on training in the major creative software used for generating media graphics and visual communication. A seminar examining the professional ethical principles and ethical performance in the journalism field. Must have completed 6 hours of graduate course credit. JOUR 1003. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). Community Journalism. Intensive training in the methods of gathering and writing broadcast news. The University of Arkansas (U of A, UArk, or UA) is a public land-grant research university in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Prerequisite: ENGL 1023 and junior or senior standing. Includes the specialized knowledge and skills needed in field reporting, anchoring, writing, and producing news for commercial television. 3 Hours. JOUR 5163. (Typically offered: Spring), This intensive writing and reporting course is for students with proven feature-writing skills and an interest in the human-interest stories found in such leading magazines as The New Yorker, Esquire, Harper's, the Atlantic, and others. Prerequisite: JOUR 1033 with a grade of C or better, and completion of the GSP requirement. 2 Hours. 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. The Multimedia Journalism program is certified by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism & Mass Communications for our undergraduate programs in journalism and radio-television. Founded as Arkansas Industrial University in 1871, classes were first held on January 22, 1872, with its present name adopted in 1899. Ethics in Journalism. Corequisite: JOUR 2331L. Hoyt Purvis, professor emeritus of journalism, J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences. Stresses public affairs coverage, interpretive, investigative, and analytic journalism, involving research, work with documents, public records, and budgets and specialized reporting. (Typically offered: Fall, Spring and Summer) May be repeated for up to 6 hours of degree credit. The journalism major includes three sequences: News/Editorial, Broadcast, and Advertising/Public Relations. research and media discourse. JOUR 508V. Computer-Assisted Publishing. (Typically offered: Fall, Spring and Summer), An introduction to applied advertising research and account planning. Browse the Journalism Collections: Journalism Faculty Publications and Presentations. JOUR 3263. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours per week. JOUR 2031L. The School of Journalism and Strategic Media is dedicated to excellence in teaching, 3 Hours. Theses from 2018 PDF. UA Ethics in Journalism Class Focuses on COVID-19 Stories. Corequisite: Lab component. JOUR 5313. JOUR 2331L. Directed study in conceptualizing, researching, and writing a major paper to meet the college writing requirement. Prerequisite: Honors candidacy (not restricted to candidacy in journalism). (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). Continuation of JOUR 4863. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). During the 2018-2019 academic year, University of Arkansas at Little Rock handed out 54 bachelor's degrees in journalism. JOUR 4553. Popularity of Journalism at UA Little Rock. transfer to the U of A School of Journalism and Strategic Media. (Typically offered: Spring). Students undertake projects related to particular aspects or problems of journalism. About the School of Journalism and Strategic Media: The School of Journalism and Strategic Media is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and media discourse. (Typically offered: Fall, Spring and Summer) May be repeated for up to 3 hours of degree credit. Advanced Television News Production. JOUR 5323. 3 Hours. JOUR 1023. The School of Journalism and Strategic Media offers an undergraduate degree program with three journalism sequences (Editorial/News, Broadcast Radio & TV, and Advertising & PR) and an interdisciplinary graduate program with three concentrations (Documentary Film, New Narratives, and Strategic Advertising & Public Relations). Prerequisite: JOUR 2013 with a grade of C or better. JOUR 402V. Corequisite: JOUR 2332. 3 Hours. Provides an in-depth experience of combining street reporting and data analysis to tell a story of significant societal importance. JOUR 5923. relations, advertising and digital media. 3 Hours. According to the University of Arkansas' Walter J. Lemke Department of Journalism, the undergraduate journalism program has three areas of emphasis: Editorial/News Sequence, Broadcast Radio & TV Sequence, and Advertising & Public Relations Sequence. Credit for practical experience gained through a journalistic internship. 1-3 Hour. 3 Hours. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring), (Formerly JOUR 4503.) 3 Hours. 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. (Typically offered: Fall). Provides experience in basic broadcast news reporting techniques. Visit, Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences 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. (Typically offered: Spring Even Years). (Typically offered: Fall). Integrate consumers' perspectives into creative strategy to developing brand stories for clients. For everyone’s safety, many faculty and staff members are continuing to work remotely. Corequisite: Lab component. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours per week. Also investigates the role of the black press from its beginnings in 1827 through the civil rights movement. Graduate Journalism Internship. Graduate degree credit will not be given for both ADPR 4463 and JOUR 5463. In-depth, hands-on exploration of computer hardware and software in the design and production of media messages. 3 Hours. JOUR 2032. Intensive training in the production of in-depth, public radio style news stories. Graduate degree credit will not be given for both JOUR 4883 and JOUR 5883. Critical examination of specific ethical problems confronting professionals in all areas of mass communications. Including advanced skills in broadcast news techniques. Prerequisite: JOUR 2013 or JOUR 2032 with a grade of C or better. Covers introductory journalistic writing and correct grammar usage, the logic governing syntax and punctuation use, analysis of grammar and syntax, sentence structure, word selection to convey proper meaning, memory aids, and other language topics relevant to journalistic writing. Literature of Journalism. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring), Continuation of JOUR 2013. It is the flagship campus of the University of Arkansas System and the largest university in Arkansas. Continuation of JOUR 3072 and JOUR 3071L. in Fulbright College. Introduction to Sports Television Production I. Students must make a C in order to satisfy the college writing requirement. Lab component arranged. Prerequisite: JOUR 3072 and JOUR 3071L, each with a grade of C or better. Deadline to apply for scholarships this year is Friday, Feb. 5 at 4 p.m.LEARN HOW TO APPLY ONLINE, Apply 3 Hours. JOUR 3071L. Study of advanced journalistic practices and methods, individual or group projects. Links to important University of Arkansas pages. (Formerly JOUR 4903.) This course is cross-listed with AAST 4923. Provides a functional approach to improving language and writing skills specific to journalistic writing. Content varies. (Typically offered: Spring). Studio lab and field work outside of regularly scheduled class time required. Only 109 schools in the U.S. are accredited by ACEJMC. 1-4 Hour. 3 Hours. Journalism Writing Requirement. JOUR 3923H. JOUR 2063. JOUR 4043. Explores the mechanics of covering trials and other aspects of legal affairs reporting. (Typically offered: Fall, Spring and Summer) May be repeated for up to 3 hours of degree credit. Focuses on the role of corporations, financial markets, and regulators, and benefiting students interested in sports, entertainment, political and investigative journalism. Advanced Radio News Reporting. Students prepare and present television newscasts for air. 3 Hours. Students will compose magazine-length nonfiction stories on timely subjects under deadline. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring), Intensive training in the methods of gathering and writing news. Prerequisite: Journalism major, Journalism minor, or department consent. Prerequisite: JOUR 3072 and JOUR 3071L, each with a grade of C or better. JOUR 5043. Corequisite: Lab component. Covers the historic context of contributions and innovations to U.S. newspapers by African Americans. JOUR 5003. Broadcast News Reporting II Laboratory. Theses from 2016 PDF. 3 Hours. Prerequisite: JOUR 4863 with a grade of C or better. The podcast is a production of the Arkansas Story Vault at the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History and is co-produced by the School of Journalism and Strategic Media in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas. Internship in Journalism. 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. Emphasis also given to campaign presentation delivery, utilizing audio and visual techniques. Ethics in Journalism. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring), A survey of mass media (newspaper, radio, TV, magazine, advertising, public relations, photography, etc.) JOUR 4873. A study of superior works of non-fiction journalism, past and present. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing. Stories are submitted for contests and publication, when possible. Emphasis on the major types of qualitative and quantitative research, electronic data base searching, and traditional library research. Social Media and Journalism. (Typically offered: Spring). The University of Arkansas School of Journalism and Strategic Media is hosting the annual J-Days events April 2-6, 2018. Students will compose magazine-length nonfiction stories on timely subjects under deadline. Journalism B.A. Prerequisite: JOUR 1023 and JOUR 1033, each with a grade of C or better, and completion of the GSP requirement. History of the Black Press. Journalism Undergraduate Honors Theses . Advanced Television News Production. Good writing will be emphasized. The Journalism Department at the University of Arkansas on Academia.edu JOUR 4093. Business Journalism. 3 Hours. The School of Mass Communication at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock combines the strengths of Media Production and Design, Strategic Communication, Film and Journalism programs to expose students to a broad spectrum of media studies. Corequisite: Lab component. (Typically offered: Irregular). (Typically offered: Fall). Photo Journalism I. Required trip to Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. Prerequisite: JOUR 2013 with a grade of C or better. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Popularity of Journalism at UARK. 1-3 Hour. Pre- or Corequisite: Complete and pass the GSP or Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation test with a 75% or higher, or complete JOUR 1003 with a grade of C or better. University of Arkansas Journalism Days. African-American history, culture and socio-political context are addressed in the analyses of these documentary films from the perspectives of mainstream media, independent filmmakers and minority documentarians. Provides students with the skills of visual literacy, photo editing, audio processing, video editing and web publishing. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours per week. Prerequisite: JOUR major and junior standing and 10 hours JOUR and 2.50 cumulative grade point average. Event Promotion and Execution. (Formerly JOUR 4033.) Sports Television Production II. JOUR 3083. Television News Reporting II. Continuation of JOUR 4873. Media and Society. In-depth study of documentary film as non-fiction, long form journalism. Advanced Reporting. Alumni and other journalism professionals will be featured throughout the week. 3 Hours. (Formerly JOUR 4883.) 3 Hours. Advanced Journalistic Practices. JOUR 4033. Reading and writing assignments are aimed at familiarizing students with the nature of the mass media and their social responsibilities. 3 Hours. A survey of mass media (newspaper, radio, TV, magazine, advertising, public relations, photography, etc.) It's a large public university in a small city. JOUR 5133. with Advertising-PR Sequence Eight-Semester Degree Program. Government and the Media. 3 Hours. (Typically offered: Fall). Television News Reporting I. The value of interacting with sources and the audience is stressed as are ethical, legal and accuracy issues. JOUR 405V. Prerequisite: JOUR 2032 and JOUR 2031L, each with a grade of C or better. Prerequisite: Junior standing and 10 hours of journalism and a 2.5 cumulative grade average. Prerequisite: JOUR 2032 and JOUR 2031L, each with a grade of C or better. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. JOUR 5193. During the 2018-2019 academic year, University of Arkansas handed out 133 bachelor's degrees in journalism. (Formerly JOUR 4073.) Corequisite: JOUR 3072. Students photograph, write, and edit a documentary begun in the fall semester. (Typically offered: Spring) 3 Hours. journalism students. Prerequisite: JOUR 2013 with a grade of C or better. JOUR 498VH. Examination of developing media technologies and the computer's influence on design and conceptualization. Journalism Graduate Theses and Dissertations. (Typically offered: Fall). Beginning course in the fundamentals of photography, including digital photography, composition, file transfer and management, image enhancement, and layout and design. 3 Hours. reaching out via email to get in touch. 3 Hours. This course will instruct students in deciding news stories for regional readers, how those stories can best be written and displayed. Graduate degree credit will not be given for both JOUR 4903 and JOUR 5903. Prerequisite: JOUR 1023 and JOUR 2013, each with a grade of C or better. Specialized Journalism Seminar. and staff. Kimpel Hall, constructed in 1977, is located at one of the busiest pedestrian intersections on the campus of University of Arkansas. Honors Journalism Writing Requirement. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. Broadcast News Reporting I. Credit for practical experience gained through a journalistic internship. Prerequisite: JOUR 1023 and JOUR 1033, each with a grade of C or better, and completion of the GSP requirement. We have some of the most outstanding scholarship support of all departments and programs 3 Hours. Photojournalism I Laboratory. Corequisite: Lab component. Lab 6 hours. which stresses their importance in today's society and introduces the student to the various areas in journalism. Deadline to apply for scholarships this year is Friday, Feb. 5 at 4 p.m.   University of Arkansas offers 3 Journalism Degree programs. Graduate degree credit will not be given for both JOUR 4033 and JOUR 5013. The #UARK website has Learn more about this accreditation >> Daily management and operations for arkansascovid.com, which has served as a leading news source for daily Covid-19 data and trends in Arkansas since March 2020, will The value of interacting with sources and the audience is stressed as are ethical, legal and accuracy issues. Selection based on academic performance, demonstrated journalism development as shown by working in news, radio, TV internships/jobs and other … Lecture 2 hours per week. (Typically offered: Fall and Spring). Follow. 1 Hour. Prerequisite: Journalism major, Journalism minor, or department consent. Students in our journalism degree programs receive instruction, Advanced production techniques in the specialized field of sports television production. 3 Hours. (Typically offered: Irregular) 3 Hours. JOUR 2003. Home; About. JOUR 5903. (Typically offered: Irregular). 2 Hours. 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