THE JOURNALISM PROGRAM AT GEORGIA HIGHLANDS COLLEGE OFFERS . . .
The first two years of the journalism core, leading to an associate of arts degree and easy transfer to a four-year college to complete a bachelors degree in communications or journalism with specialization in print or broadcast journalism, advertising, or public relations.
Practical experience in writing, layout and design, art, photography, desk-top publishing, and computer graphics from working on the Six Mile Post (award-wining student newspaper)paid positions include editor, two print assistant editors, business manager, chief photographer;and an online assistant editor; many unpaid positions are also available
JOUR-1125, Mass Communications Practicum
COMM-1101, Introduction to Mass Media
Critiques of work and awards for special group or individual achievement through the Georgia College Press Association, the Southern Regional Press Institute, and the Associated Collegiate Press
Participation in the Georgia College Press Associations annual press institute, with the opportunity to run for state office (Georgia Highlands College students have served as GCPA president twice and have held numerous other GCPA offices.)
For more information about the journalism core or information about positions on the Six Mile Post staff (positions may be held by students of any major), contact Dr. K. Kemper at 706-368-7626 or 1-800-332-2406. You can also apply for staff positions at the Six Mile Post Online site.
Journalism 1125: Mass Communication Practicum
Communications 1101: Introduction to Mass Media
Six Mile Post Online
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