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PPOL 112
Intermediate Public Radio Reporting
Spring

Intermediate Public Radio Reporting This interdisciplinary course delves into a single subject during the semester, giving students a chance to explore contemporary social issues in depth. Students choose a subject for a story on the topic and create an in-depth feature report for broadcast on public radio. The focus is on in-depth reporting and documentary production. The course is designed to give students greater knowledge of the community in which they are living and journalism's role in addressing social issues.

Course Credit:
4

Instructor(s):
Holly Kernan
Instructor consent required.

Prerequisite:
PPOL 111

Note(s):
Students must have completed Introduction to Public Radio Reporting and have consent of instructor.
Limit ten students.

Meets the following Core Curriculum (or Gen Ed requirement(s)):
Meets the following Gen Ed requirement(s): Written Communication II,

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Last Updated: 6/23/17