This course is an intensive 15-week research and workshop experience. It provides the foundation for the rest of the curriculum offered at the J-School. 200 Stresses hard news reporting, writing, and editing. In small classes faculty members with extensive experience in newspaper reporting work to develop the scope and quality of the reporting and writing ability of their students. The researching, reporting, rewriting, and editing schedule is extensive and students work on a range of stories covering a broad spectrum of subjects. The aim is to produce professional level work–publishable newspaper stories–in an environment and timeline similar to a professional environment.
Time: M, W 9am–12pm
Location: 108 North Gate (Lower News)
Class Number: 29924
Length: 15 weeks
Course Material Fee: None
Restrictions & Prerequisites
Open only to Berkeley Journalism Graduate Students. The sections will be assigned.