This state transfer degree should make it easier for students to get through Palomar and get onto a CSU! It is laid out so students know what they need to take. Here is more background on the state-wide initiative.
|Proposed Start: 2013 Fall
Last Updated: Fall 2013
Discipline: Journalism (JOUR)
|The Associate in Arts in Journalism for Transfer teaches students the methods and techniques for gathering, processing and delivering news. It prepares students for careers in print and multimedia journalism. It includes instruction in news writing and editing, reporting, multimedia story production, and professional standards and ethics.
Careers in this field include book editor, copywriter, film critic, foreign correspondent, freelance writer, online editor, multimedia story producer, journalist, magazine editor, news anchor, newspaper editor, publicist, sportswriter and technical writer. This major may also lead to many other careers. For additional possibilities, visit the Career Center.
To obtain the Associate in Arts in Journalism for Transfer, students must complete the following:
|COMM 100||Introduction to Mass Communication||3 DE|
|JOUR 101||Multimedia Writing and Reporting||3 DE|
|JOUR 105||Multimedia News Writing and Production||3|
|List A – Select 1 course|
|COMM 104||Introduction to Public Relations||3|
|JOUR 140 /PHOT 140||Photojournalism||3|
|JOUR 205||Intermediate Multimedia News Writing and Production||3|
|JOUR 130||Online Multimedia Journalism||3|
|List B – Select 2 courses|
|ECON 101||Principles of Economics (Macro)||3 DE|
|ECON 102||Principles of Economics (Micro)||3 DE|
|ENG 202||Critical Thinking and Composition||4|
|MATH 120||Elementary Statistics||3 DE|
|PHIL 115||Critical Thinking||3 DE|
|PHOT 100||Elementary Film and Darkroom Photography||3|
|SPCH 105||Beginning Argumentation and Debate||3|