Journalism & Mass Communication
ENVS degrees incorporate courses and expertise from this unit and many others at CU-Boulder and nearby Federal labs.
JOUR School Overview
- Small class sizes in a big-university setting 40 minutes from downtown Denver provide students with the skills to excel in the job market and also the intellectual and conceptual background to help shape the future of both new and traditional media.
- School faculty members have major-market experience in TV, radio, newspaper, magazine and advertising. Among the faculty are leading researchers on communication policy, technology and social change, media, religion and culture, marketing and visual communication, international media development, audience behavior and mass media law.
- Students learn digital video and audio recording and editing, new-media design, efficient strategies for conducting online research and how to create advertising using the latest software.
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
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- Faculty Focus -
Environmental sociology, environmental inequality, race and ethnic relations, urban sociology, stratification/inequality, political sociology, Geographic Information Systems (GIS)