Please note: This is an LUC minor, not a Leiden University minor programme.
The minor in journalism trains students for opportunities in mass media fields that demand strong writing and speaking skills alongside a clear appreciation of the ethics involved in reporting. In addition to practical skills and fieldwork in print and broadcast journalism, students taking this minor will also engage with the unique perspective of studying journalism as a literary experience–international journalism on war, conflict, and totalitarianism not only resonates with the interdisciplinary themes of peace, justice, and sustainability, but, by doing so, also prepares students to understand and grasp the power of words.
These are the 100-level courses tagged as part of the Journalism minor.
|Essentials of Journalism||1||II||5||100|
|Foundations of Media and Communication Theory||1||II||5||100|
|Essentials of Journalism||2||IV||5||100|
These are the 200-level courses tagged as part of the Journalism minor.
|International Journalism: War Journalism||1||II||5||200|
|International Journalism: 21st Century Conflict||2||III||5||200|
|Internet Governance and Techno-Regulation||2||III||5||200|
|Visual Communication: Journalism for Television||2||III||5||200|
These are the 300-level courses tagged as part of the Journalism minor.
|Literary Journalism: Totalitarianism in the 20th Century||1||I||5||300|