Minor - Writing for Mass Media: Challenging Popular Forms

ENGL 3126  Writing for Mass Media: Challenging Popular Forms

Prerequisites:

Six credits of 2000 level ENGL (excluding ENGL 2001, ENGL 2011) or any 45 credits completed (excluding ENGL 1501, ENGL 1502, ENGL 2001, ENGL 2011).

Hours:

Three hours of lecture per week for one term.

Credits:

3

Description:

This course introduces students to the major forms and genres of professional writing for mass media. The focus is specifically on popular forms such as magazine articles, advertising plugs, writing about global issues and political events, as well as personal columns such as 'fashion,' 'culture,' and 'life.' In this course, we study works by established journalists, reporters, literary writers, and non-fiction essay writers, including professional literature on strategy and leadership.

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