|CMJN 2100||Concepts in Communications and Journalism||3|
|JRNL 1100||Journalism Fundamentals||3|
|or JRNL 1AA0||Journalism Fundamentals Entrance Exam|
|Select 9 additional hours from the following: 2||9|
|Broadcast & Digital News Production|
|Broadcast & Digital News Reporting|
|Global Journalism and Media Systems|
|Magazine and Feature Writing|
|Editing and Design|
|Honors Journalism History|
|Advanced Publication Design|
|Advanced Magazine and Feature Writing|
|Advanced Sports Reporting|
|Mass Media Law and Regulation|
|Special Topics in Communication and Journalism|
Students may take the JRNL 1100 for 3 credit hours or the zero-credit JRNL 1AA0 exam. Students who pass the JRNL 1AA0 Journalism Fundamentals Entrance Exam with a B or higher will select an additional 3-hour elective from the list to complete the 18-hour minor.
This minor requires 9 hours of foundations course work and 9 hours of course work at the 3000 level and above from the list of approved courses. Students must talk with their advisers to identify appropriate area course work and ensure that they meet the prerequisites for each course.
Students must earn at least a 2.0 in the minor to successfully complete it.