Certificate Programs in Media and Journalism
School of Media and Journalism
Carroll Hall, CB# 3365
A certificate signifying a concentration of three or more courses in a related field of study is noted on a student’s transcript. A limited number of students (within and outside the school) are admitted to each program and guaranteed a seat in the three required courses.
Certificate in Sports Communication
The program, aimed at leading the nation in educating young practitioners about important issues of sports in the United States and beyond, provides courses about sports and the media, offers internships and scholarships for students, and brings visiting lecturers to the school. Students interested in applying to the program should contact the director of the sports communication program.
|Complete three of the following five courses:||9|
|Sports Marketing and Advertising|
|Ethical Issues and Sports Communication|
Certificate in Business Journalism
The certificate in business journalism is offered for students within and outside the school interested in a career in business reporting or editing as well as for students interested in careers in corporate communication and corporate advertising. Students interested in applying to the program should contact the director of the business journalism program. Students must complete three courses (nine credit hours) to receive the certificate.
|MEJO 450||Business and the Media||3|
|MEJO 451||Economics Reporting||3|
|MEJO 452||Business Reporting||3|
Certificate in Latina/o Journalism and Media
The certificate is an interdisciplinary program of the School of Media and Journalism, the Department of Romance Studies, and the Department of English and Comparative Literature through its Latina/o studies minor and program. It is offered only to media and journalism majors. Students must complete four courses (12 credit hours) to receive the certificate.
|MEJO 443||Latino Media Studies||3|
|SPAN 369||Introduction to Translation||3|
|Advanced Spanish proficiency, which may be satisfied by completing:||3|
|Spanish Grammar and Composition for Heritage Speakers|
|Spanish of the United States|
or by passing a proficiency examination
|An introductory Latina/o studies course, which may be fulfilled by:||3|
|Introduction to Latina/o Studies H|
|Global Migrations, Local Impacts: Urbanization and Migration in the United States|
|Mobile Geographies: The Political Economy of Migration|
|History of Latinos in the United States|
|Introduction to Latin(o) American Music|
Honors version available. An honors course fulfills the same requirements as the nonhonors version of that course. Enrollment and GPA restrictions may apply.
One course (three credit hours) counting towards the certificate may double count in other majors or minors.