Master of Arts; Television Journalism Specialization; Journalism and Mass 55: " Professional Speaking Skills", " Professional Writing Skills" und "BA Thesis . in mass communication (broadcasting, television, print media, film, radio, how many.
Merely to tell a student to " write conversationally" for radio or television does not professional broadcast news experience, the dilemma exists of how to teach students . this paper: leads, story structure, word choice, and the use of names.
Students select courses in print, photojournalism, broadcast news and broadcast Journalism and radio - television courses in the pre- professional curriculum may be . All students must take, and pass, the University Writing Proficiency Examination before enrolling in JOUR 481. . Research and writing of Master's thesis.
"Wires and Lights in a Box" - Edward R. Murrow's full RTNDA speech - 1958 Students who are unsuccessful in gaining admission to the professional program should realize that completion of the pre-professional program fulfills a significant portion of the University General Education Requirements. Use of cameras, microphones, and lighting gear for field production. Those interested in broadcast production apply for the radio-television professional program. Students who are unsuccessful in gaining admission to the professional programs should realize that completion of the pre-professional program fulfills a significant portion of the University General Education Requirement. Students write, photograph and record stories for use on the site. Applications for admission to the professional programs may be obtained from the Office of the Dean, School of Journalism. Practical experience working for newspapers, magazines or other approved businesses, agencies or organizations.