Created by:  Michigan State University

  • Joanne Gerstner

    Taught by:  Joanne Gerstner, Sports Journalist in Residence

    Michigan State University School of Journalism

  • Jeremy Steele

    Taught by:  Jeremy Steele, Specialist

    Michigan State University School of Journalism

  • David Poulson

    Taught by:  David Poulson, Instructor

    School of Journalism

  • Eric Freedman

    Taught by:  Eric Freedman, Instructor

    School of Journalism

  • Joe Grimm

    Taught by:  Joe Grimm, Instructor

    School of Journalism

  • Lucinda D. Davenport

    Taught by:  Lucinda D. Davenport, Director & Professor

    School of Journalism
Basic Info
LevelBeginner
Commitment5 weeks of study, 2-4 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 52 ratings

5 stars for the 4th course in the specialization. In this course I learned about fairness & balance, freelancing, international journalism, disaster situations, conflict of interest, covering world news, press rights and safety, ethics, plagiarism, and more.

As each of the courses has been, the lectures were succinct, with key term and information slides well placed. Engaging and thought provoking. As it should be, this 4th course was the most challenging. I earned my certificate!

I immediately enrolled in the capstone.

I highly recommend this course

My journey continue, this is my fourth step. Learning a lot with the professors I'm honoured to work.

On ne devrait pas exercer le metier de journalisme sans suivre ce cours a l'avance. It is a great guide to lead the journalist.

Genuine course, which makes budding journalists aware about the dangers involved, dedication required, & precautions to be taken, as well as importance of business aspect in journalism.