Undergraduate Degrees, Majors and Concentrations

JRNL3340 - Investigative Journalism
Fall 2012

This course will challenge students to develop skills essential to effective investigative reporting and writing, including analyzing numbers, data, budgets, and trends to identify potential stories and gauge their significance or newsworthiness. The course will strongly emphasize research and interview skills; a particular emphasis will be how to "interview" spreadsheets and databases to find pertinent and newsworthy details. The course will survey professional investigative journalism to give students a better understanding of the field.
Prerequisites: JRNL2015 and MATH1010 or MATH1050
3 Credits

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