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    Neumann University
   
 
  Nov 20, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

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JRN 226 Special Topics in Journalism

Credit Varies

Neumann University periodically offers Special Topics courses in Journalism [JRN] that reflect specific topics of study which are not part of the standard University curriculum. These courses would explore a designated area of journalism, such as a particular time period or movement. Special Topics courses in Journalism at the 126/226 level are generally open to all students. Courses at the 326 level are specifically designed for students at either the junior or senior level, while courses at the 426 level are open only to students with senior standing. For any given semester, course title(s) and content areas(s), as well as any specified prerequisites in addition to those listed below, are published during the preceding semester. Permission of the instructor may also be required before a student can register for any Special Topics course.

Prerequisite(s): For a 200-level Special Topics Journalism course, ENG 102  (with a minimum grade of C); for a 300- level or 400-level Special Topics Journalism course, JRN 261  (with a minimum grade of C).



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