1. All courses are 3
credit hours each, unless otherwise indicated.
2. Normally, a course will
not be run without a minimum enrolment of students.
magazine, newspapers and television will be examined from a
historical standpoint, in addition to examining the role of public
and advertising in mass communications.
history and method, focusing on how modern reporting in many forms of
been influenced by the developments and practice of previous
journalists and their employers.
for magazines, television, newspapers and other media forms, with a
writing and reporting various types of stories.
will learn how to write professional, readable material for magazines
newspapers, emphasizing quotes, ideas, human interest, organization,
professional photojournalism is created and practiced, emphasizing
photos, story ideas, and the use of photo editing in various media.
gain experience in printed material design through the examination of
principles, theories and contemporary page design techniques. Using
illustrations, photographs, type and graphs students will become
the roots and practice of publication design.
great journalistic work of the last 2000 years, from Plato and Caesar
Swift, Twain, Crane, Camus, Mencken, etc.
study of different types of stories through a focus on news writing and
focuses on news reporting and writing, including study of different
reporting will be studied through an examination of country, state, and
government, as well courts, city and police affairs.
creation of news and feature stories through the learning of various
techniques, including gathering information, selecting sound clips,
their own stories and those assigned by the instructor, students will
the techniques of newspaper photography.
news is gathered, composed and delivered in the radio format, including
feature stories and everyday news.
various methods involved in the publication of magazines and newspapers
examined, including legal problems, page design, headline writing,
wire service material, editing, etc.
examined in all its various aspects as applied to the professional
including layout, ideas, story creation for newspapers and magazines,
production of radio news, emphasizing production techniques as well
composition, from the reporting, writing and editing stages to on-air
creation of stories for student television programs through the various
of production: scripting, shooting, editing, etc.
various theories of mass communication can be applied to dilemmas faced
modern media world.
writing of complex pieces on crime, pollution, poverty, etc., with
instructor acting as “editor” to the students’ “reporter” role.
work as photographers, writers, broadcasters and editors on
produced by the university.
television and radio laws will be examined through case studies,
libel, privacy, contempt, taxation, etc.
the production and presentation of news is guided by ethical decisions
practicing journalists. The value systems and philosophical roots of
codes will be studied.
work at a TV, radio or production company, students will gain writing
editorial experience. Evaluated by professional supervisors, students’
and difficulties will be discussed at regular meetings with an
Meeting weekly with a
designated instructor, students conduct research in journalism and its
related fields, including public relations, magazines, newspapers,
advertising, TV, etc.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBODIA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES TO THESE CATALOGS AS IT SEES FIT, SO THAT WE HAVE THE NECESSARY FLEXIBILITY IN AN EVER-EVOLVING WORLD.
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