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Journalism Summer Courses all online!

PRESESSION: MAY 18 - JUNE 6 ||| JOUR 303 Sports and the Media ||| JOUR 447/547 Art of Access: Info Sleuthing ||| JOUR 105 Principles of Journalism

SUMMER I: JUNE 8 - JULY 9 ||| JOUR 205 Reporting the News ||| JOUR 439/539 Ethics and Diversity in the News Media

SUMMER II: JULY 13 - AUGUST 12 ||| JOUR 402/502 Media and Terrorism ||| JOUR 482/582 Drone Zone: Become a Licensed Drone Pilot

JOUR 303 SPORTS AND THE MEDIA

Explore the nexus between sports and the media, from the glory days of print to the 24/7 news cycle. SUMMER PRESESSION: MAY 18 - JUNE 6 INSTRUCTOR: SHANNON CONNER sconner@arizona.edu

JOUR 402/502 Media and Terrorism

This class investigates the interplay between terrorism around the world and media content on terrorism. SUMMER II: JULY 13 - AUGUST 12 ||| INSTRUCTOR: MAGGY ZANGER zanger@arizona.edu

JOUR 447/547 Art of Access: Info Sleuthing

This class covers the law, history and philosophy of access to government information, as well as practical tools and psychological techniques in acquiring data from agencies and the internet. Students will build skills and confidence in information acquisition. SUMMER PRESESSION: MAY 18 - JUNE 6 INSTRUCTOR: DAVID CUILLIER cuillier@arizona.edu

JOUR 482/582 Drone Zone: Become a Licensed Drone Pilot

In this course you will learn about the requirements for operating a drone, how drone controls work, videography techniques and the rules and laws governing safe drone flight, and prepare you to pass the FAA Drone License Program to legally fly a drone. SUMMER II: JULY 13 - AUGUST 12 ||| INSTRUCTOR: MICHAEL MCKISSON mckisson@arizona.edu

JOUR 105 Principles of Journalism

This survey course provides an overview of news journalism, its history, future and role in a democratic society. The course will cover the basics of journalism values, principles, law, ethics, writing and reporting. SUMMER PRESESSION: MAY 18 - JUNE 6 INSTRUCTOR: MICHAEL MCKISSON mckisson@arizona.edu

JOUR 205 Reporting the News

Gathering, evaluating, and writing news. Completion of this course with a grade of C or better also satisfies the Mid-Career Writing Assessment (MCWA) requirement. SUMMER I: JUNE 8 - JULY 9 ||| INSTRUCTOR: SHANNON CONNER sconner@arizona.edu

JOUR 439/539 Ethics and Diversity in the News Media

Analysis of ethical theory and how it relates to journalists' roles and responsibilities in a democratic society. Case studies involve questions of bias, accuracy, privacy and national security. ||| SUMMER I: JUNE 8 - JULY 9 INSTRUCTOR: DAVID CUILLIER cuillier@arizona.edu

Registration for all summer courses begins April 6.

Contact the listed instructor for questions about a particular course.

Undergraduate inquiries on enrollment can be directed to academic adviser Paloma Boykin at boykin1@arizona.edu.

Graduate inquiries can be directed to program coordinator Debbie Cross at debbiecross@arizona.edu.

Credits:

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