Journalism - CCL
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Journalism prepares students to work in the publishing industry whether they have a bachelors degree in another discipline or are just beginning their career path in journalism. The CCL includes journalism courses required by journalism schools throughout the state and country and requires an internship in journalism and a juried portfolio of published articles to complete the certificate
|ENG235||Magazine Article Writing (3) OR|
|JRN234||Feature Writing (3)||3|
|JRN203||Writing for Online Media||3|
|MCO120||Media and Society||3|
|JRN133||Development of Small Publications||3|
- Write an essay on a central idea using source material as support. (ENG101)
- Gather news and report it in journalistic style on deadline. (JRN201)
- Describe the evolution of media and its impact on society. (MCO120)
- Apply journalism classroom instruction to work experience during a journalism internship. (JRN240AB)
- Write, edit, and market a variety of feature styles ranging from the How To to the Feature Report. (JRN234/ENG235)
- Develop a portfolio for juried review of 3-4 published objective stories with one from a publication other than the school newspaper. (JRN290)
- Apply reporting skills to publishing in multiple platforms online. (JRN203)
- Learn to write to publication standards on deadline. (JRN215)
Additional information is available at MCCCD's Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation.
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