Curriculum in Journalism
Students must apply for admission to the JRNL major. All applicants must have completed 30 hours of course work (including the university core or its equivalents), JRNL 1100 with a B or better and earn a minimum 2.3 GPA in ENGL 1100, and Core Social Science. See the School director or the associate director for journalism for further information. Students who transfer to Auburn University’s Journalism major are required to take a minimum of 21 credit hours in Auburn's program.
|ENGL 1100 English Composition I||3||ENGL 1120 English Composition II||3|
|Core History1||3||Core Social Science||3|
|Core Social Science||3||Foreign Language II (College Core)||4|
|Foreign Language I (College Core)||4||Core Fine Arts||3|
|Core Math||3||JRNL 1100 Journalism Fundamentals||3|
|Core Literature1||3||Core Humanities or Core Literature to complete sequence 1||3|
|Core Science I||4||Core Science II||4|
|Core Humanities3||3||Core Social Science or Core History to complete sequence1||3|
|JRNL 2210 Newswriting||3||Elective2||2|
|CMJN 2100 Concepts in Communications and Journalism||3||JRNL 2310 Reporting||3|
|Courses from Journalism Groups 1, 2, or 35||9||Courses from Journalism Groups 1, 2, or 35||9||JRNL 4920 Journalism Internship||3|
|CMJN 4000 Mass Media Law and Regulation||3||Courses from Journalism Groups 3 or 45||9|
|Course from Journalism Groups 3 or 45||3||Electives2||3|
|Electives2||6||UNIV 4AA0 University Graduation||0|
|Total Hours: 120|
Students are required to complete a two-course history sequence or a two-course literature sequence. They are also required to complete one Core History or Core Literature in the discipline not selected as the sequence.
Electives must be selected from courses outside the School of Communication and Journalism. Students must see their advisers for appropriate courses.
If Literature requirement was completed prior to Fall 2013, Core Humanities must cover SLO 3.
JRNL 2310 fulfills SLO 7.
Students must meet with their advisers to determine approved courses for Groups 1, 2, 3, and 4.