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ADJO 2290 Investigative Journalism (Fall: 4 )

Course Description

Whether your interest lies in the human interest story, breaking news, the expose or in honing your critical thinking and writing skills, this course offers the practical skills necessary for mastering journalistic form, drawing on credible sources, reporting the facts and sharpening your inquiry and interpretive skills. This course introduces the public documents on which investigative reporters depend and the various locales, City Hall, State House, courthouses, where such records reside. Students learn how to access, read, and interpret records which inform decision making.

Instructor(s): Stephen Kurkijian

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17