Working closely with two advisers, the program director and a faculty member specializing in a key area of arts and culture, you identify your educational goals and shape your own unique curriculum of journalism, communications and arts courses.
Total credits: 36
|AJC 602||Arts Reporting||3 credits|
|MND 605||News Writing and Reporting*||3 credits|
|AJC 606||Feature & Critical Writing||3 credits|
|AJC 615||Cultural Issues I||1 credits|
|AJC 616||Cultural Issues II||1 credits|
|COM 698||Media Law||3 credits|
|AJC 611||Literature of Arts Journalism||3 credits|
|AJC 621||Practicum: NYC Arts||1 credits|
|AJC 636||Culture Media Practicum***||3 credits|
|AJC 631||Capstone Arts Writing Workshop||6 credits|
* Students with substantial journalism background may petition to substitute a suitable elective.
** Additional graduate courses in architecture, film, fine arts, music or theater, as well as journalism, communications and writing courses.
***AJC 636 can be repeated once. Students who wish to take this class as an elective in the fall semester in addition to the required spring section, may do so with permission of their advisor.