Fall 2002 Course Schedule, The University of Texas at Austin

Course Offerings


SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM

Stephen D. Reese, Director
CMA A6.144, A1000, 471-1845
URL: http://journalism.utexas.edu/

To become an upper-division journalism major, a student must first have applied and been accepted as a major in the journalism program. In addition, to enroll in upper-division journalism courses, a student must have a University grade point average of at least 2.25 and a grade point average in courses in the College of Communication of at least 2.0. Non-journalism majors must apply for special permission to enroll in certain lower-division journalism courses and in all upper-division journalism courses. A student who registers for any upper-division course in the Department of Journalism without the required average, prerequisites, or acceptance into an upper-division area of study will be dropped from the course.

Passing scores on the College of Communication Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation (GSP) Test and on the Department of Journalism Word Processing Test are required for admission to most journalism courses.

Any student enrolled in a journalism course who does not attend the first class meeting or laboratory session may be dropped from that course.

Journalism - J - undergraduate courses
Journalism - J - graduate courses



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