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  • Objectives
    At Carleton, we believe that the best preparation for embarking on a career in the news media is a solid, broad-based education. With this in mind, you will choose 12.0 of the 20.0 credits that are required for your Bachelor of Journalism degree from courses offered outside of the required Journalism curriculum. Of these 12.0 credits, 4.0 of them will focus on one particular discipline – such as English, business, history, political science or law – giving you a strong grounding in another academic field. You can choose this second field of study from a wide array of programs offered at Carleton.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) in Journalism with Concentration in Psychology
  • Course description
    Journalism
    with Concentration in Psychology
    B.J. Honours
    (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Major CGPA (8.0 credits):

       1. 7.0 credits in JOUR 1000 [1.0], JOUR 2201 [1.0], JOUR 2205, JOUR 2501, JOUR 3205 [1.0], JOUR 3207, JOUR 3208, JOUR 4000 [1.0] and JOUR 4201 [1.0];
       2. 1.0 credit from: JOUR 4204, JOUR 4205, JOUR 4206, JOUR 4207, or JOUR 4208;

       2. Credits Not Included in the Major CGPA (12.0 credits):

       3. 2.0 credits in PSYC 1001, PSYC 1002, PSYC 2001, PSYC 2002;
       4. 1.0 credit from: PSYC 2100, PSYC 2200, PSYC 2300, PSYC 2500, PSYC 2600 or PSYC 2700;
       5. 2.0 credits in psychology chosen in consultation with members of the Department from psychology courses in the areas of behavioral neuroscience, community and social psychology, perception and cognition, developmental psychology, forensic, HCI, or personality and assessment;
       6. 1.0 credit in PSYC;
       7. 1.0 language credit;
       8. 1.0 credit from: HIST 1300 [1.0], HIST 2303 [1.0], HIST 2304 [1.0] or HIST 3203 and HIST 3204;
       9. 4.0 credits in free electives.

    • JOUR 1000 - Introduction to Journalism Studies
    • JOUR 2106 - The Documentary
    • JOUR 2201 - Fundamentals of Reporting
    • JOUR 2205 - Journalism's View of the Languages and Institutions of Public Life
    • JOUR 2501 - Communications Law I
    • JOUR 3000 - The Modern Environment
    • JOUR 3005 - International Media Systems
    • JOUR 3006 - Comparative Media Studies
    • JOUR 3105 - Questions of Documentary Practice
    • JOUR 3205 - Intermediate Reporting
    • JOUR 3207 - Introduction to Radio Journalism
    • JOUR 3208 - Introduction to Television Journalism
    • JOUR 3303 - Film and Society
    • JOUR 3502 - Telecommunications Regulation
    • JOUR 4000 - Theoretical and Critical Aspects of Journalism
    • JOUR 4100 - Special Topic
    • JOUR 4101 - Special Topic
    • JOUR 4201 - Specialized Reporting
    • JOUR 4204 - Professional Practices: Online Publishing
    • JOUR 4205 - Professional Practices: Newspaper Publishing
    • JOUR 4206 - Professional Practices: Radio News and Current Affairs
    • JOUR 4207 - Professional Practices: Television News and Current Affairs
    • JOUR 4208 - Professional Practices: Specialized Media
    • JOUR 4307 - Gender, Diversity and the Journalist
    • JOUR 4900 - Honours Tutorial

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