These courses are repeatable if the topics have different titles. Visit us on Twitter Most minors are 24–32 credits (6–8 courses). At least 12 of these credits must be 300-level or higher, and at least 4 must be 400-level. You can take them at the same time as your journalism sequence courses (see Step 6). Visual Storytelling in Journalism: JRNL 4650 . MAJOR REQUIREMENTS – 53 credits (Minimum grade of “C-“ required in each course) COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME PREREQUISITES; CM1023: Introduction to Media and Communications: EN1000: CM1011: Journalism: Writing & Reporting: EN1000 : CM2012: Digital Journalism: EN1010 or CM1011: CM1500: Digital Toolkit I: Communication Design Practicum : … Interested in becoming a journalist? They must do so by the end of the third full week of classes in the fall or spring semester. SOJC Student Services 134 Allen Hall, Eugene 541-346-2884sojcadvising@uoregon.edu, Scott Maier 311D Allen Hall, Eugene 541-346-5849smaier@uoregon.edu, P: Declare a nonmajor concentration. Retaliation is prohibited by UO policy. All BA or BSc degrees require the completion of a minimum 128 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0. A student who is not accepted initially may reapply in subsequent semesters. Here are the academic requirements you’ll need to complete to get a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the SOJC. For further degree requirements, please see our BA/BSc Requirements Page . Students transferring from outside institutions must complete a minimum of five 4-credit journalism courses at Northeastern, and these must include: Course List; Code Title Hours; JRNL 2201. Journalism 2: Intermediate Reporting: JRNL 2301. Students in the SOJC Honors Program will meet some of their core context requirements with honors courses. UO prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, veteran status, citizenship status, parental status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression in all programs, activities and employment practices as required by Title IX, other applicable laws, and policies. Requirements: Journalism Major (B.A.) Non-SOJC minor. Visit us on Instagram For journalism majors, choose one of the following options: 1. You can take them concurrently with the journalism sequence courses. UO Writing Requirements (Clark Honors College students are exempt from this requirement). Visit us on LinkedIn. Step 6: Complete the journalism sequence requirements. Here’s a basic overview of the path you’ll take to get to graduation: Step 1: If you're an incoming student, declare “pre-advertising," "pre-journalism,” "pre-media studies," or "pre-public relations" on your UO application. Contact information, related policies, and complaint procedures are listed on the statement of non-discrimination. During the term you expect to complete the pre-major requirements, you should submit an application for full major status. Students may earn honors if they have at least a 3.7 GPA in communication courses taken during their junior and senior years and complete CM4090. Requirements: Journalism Major. The SOJC Student Services Center is your one-stop shop for undergrad academic advice and career-building tips. Journalism majors must complete the GSP online tutorial during the semester in which they first take ASCJ 200, JOUR 201 or JOUR 207. You can choose any journalism courses not previously taken . Choose either the Writing Concentration or the Visual Concentration. The following are required to enroll in JOUR 203, 205 and 208: B or better in ENGL 101, 102 or 109H; C or better in MATH 107, 112; or LING 123, PHIL 110 UMass Entry Fall 2018 or Later Please note: These requirements are for if you started at UMass Amherst in Fall 2018 or later. If you’re an SOJC Honors student, you’ll meet some of these requirements with your honors courses. To complete requirements for honors in the major, a candidate must: Graduate with a major GPA of 3.4 or higher; Graduate with an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher; Complete CJN-H506 or CJN-H555 with a grade of B+ or higher; Present their work in front of CJN faculty and students during finals week Writing Concentration (choose 2 courses): Additional sequence course (choose at least 4 credits total): All SOJC students must complete at least 104 non-SOJC credits. Minimum of 72 credit hours outside the field of communication. For further degree requirements, please see our BA/BSc Requirements Page. Visit us on YouTube HOW DO I BECOME A MAJOR? See the UO Course Catalogfor a list of applicable subject areas. Technical, performance, physical education, and Clark Honors College cred… Any courses desired – must complete a total of 128 credit hours to graduate. Forms can be obtained in the Journalism Department Student Resource Center, Oak Hall 457 or 468. All BA or BSc degrees require the completion of a minimum 128 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0. F: 541-346-0682, Visit us on Facebook Congrats—you made it! Current UO students in other majors can fill out our pre-major application form. Before taking the next step to become a full SOJC major, you’ll need to complete these pre-major requirements, ideally during your first year. 2. Global Liberal Arts Core Curriculum (GLACC), International Business Administration Major, International and Comparative Politics Major, Four Integrative Inquiry Courses (course type CCI), MA1005CCM or higher to be taken before or at the same time, Digital Toolkit: Communication Design Practicum, College Level=Senior AND Major=Journalism, Magazine Journalism Practicum - 2 credits, CM1011 OR CM2012 OR EN1000 OR EN1010 OR EN2020CCE, College Level=Junior AND ( Major=Global Communications OR Major=Journalism), Comparative Journalism: From Gutenberg to Google, Production, Translation, Creation, Publication, College Level=Junior OR 4 Credits From Range [PO1006GE110 To PO3091], Creative Nonfiction: Crafting Personal Narratives, (Major=Journalism OR CM2051) AND EN2020CCE, Courses coded LW or HI at the 3000 level or above -. Our academic advisors are here for you. Once you complete the full major core, you can start registering for the courses below to complete your journalism degree. Step 2: Complete the SOJC’s pre-major core requirements and courses below. Journalism Requisites. Transfer students majoring in journalism are required to graduate with a total of 72 credit hours outside the … Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Online Tutorial The Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation online tutorial is a review of your ability to use language accurately and at a level high enough to succeed at the School of Journalism. declare “pre-advertising," "pre-journalism,” "pre-media studies," or "pre-public relations" on your UO application, Gender, Media and Diversity (prerequisite: J201), Issues in Communication Studies Topic* (prerequisite: J201, full major status), Issues in International Communication Topic* (prerequisite: J201, full major status), Research Methods Topic* (prerequisite: J201, full major status), Issues in Communication Ethics and Law Topic* (prerequisite: J201, full major status), Reporting I (prerequisites: J major status, J211, J212), Specialized Reporting Topic* (prerequisite: J361), Advanced News Editing (prerequisite: J461), Feature Article Writing II (prerequisite: J371), Magazine Industry & Strategies (prerequisite: J371), Journalistic Interview (prerequisite: J361), Digital Video Production (prerequisites: J major status, J211, 212, 213), Photojournalism (prerequisites: full major status, J211, J212, J213), Documentary Production (prerequisite: J331), Reporting for Electronic Media (prerequisite: J331), Advanced Photojournalism Topic* (prerequisite: J365), Advertising and Brand Responsibility Master's Program, Communication and Media Studies Master's Program, Communication and Media Studies PhD Program, Any additional concentration course not previously taken.