Course Description:

COMJ 413 EDITING AND DESIGN FOR PRINT MEDIA This course examines the process of editing and page design in a modern print media environment, including newspapers, magazines, corporate newsletters, brochures and public relations materials. Using current industry-standard publishing software in a hands-on workshop setting, students will concentrate on aesthetic design techniques, editing stories, photos and graphics with the goal of producing real-world projects. Students will also edit stories for content, grammar, AP style and legal issues. Projects published and posted through student media outlets will add important elements to students’ portfolios. Prerequisites: COEN 223 and COMR 383. Three hours, Fall, Odd Years

Credits:

3.0

Pre-Requisites:

COEN223LEC AND COMR383LEC

Co-Requisites: