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Feature Writing

4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: COMM 122 and 260. Builds upon skills and techniques learned in journalism and other writing courses. Challenges students to think, to see stories in their fullness, and to become involved in their own writing. Teaches a narrative style that encourages critical thinking and engages writers, giving them the foundation to put more human aspects into their stories. Includes class discussion and critique of student work. Corcoran, Connell.

Course details

  • Course number: COMM-310
  • Credits: 4.00
  • Academic Level: Undergraduate
  • Currently Offered: Yes
  • Course Type: Lecture

 

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