Hours: 3 Lecture, 3 Laboratory CR/NC
21 provides study in the basic techniques of the theory and application
of photography. Topics
include camera description and use, picture taking, film processing,
and printmaking. The class is designed for
black and white photography only.
Some basic techniques of photographic composition are studied.
ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY (3)
Hours: 2 Lecture,
3 Laboratory CR/NC Prerequisite:
JOURN 21 Journalism
22 studies the skills of the photographic field as applied in
the various professional levels.
Photographic composition and lighting control are examined
in detail. The processing of color film and prints
is discussed. (AA,CSU)
JOURNALISM EXPERIMENTAL COURSES (.5-3)
Hours: 18 Lecture or 54 Laboratory hours for each semester unit.
courses numbered 30/60 are designed to permit departments to meet
an immediate student or community need, to explore newer methods
in teaching a subject, to offer courses which are innovative,
and to provide curriculum variety and flexibility.
A required course description identifies each course subject.
These courses may be taken for CR/NC. (AA)
INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS (3)
Hours: 3 Lecture CR/NC
CAN JOUR 4 CSU General Education Requirement: D7
40 is designed to provide the student with an overview of each
of the mass media print, broadcast, film, their characteristics,
functions, structure and support, and the related institutions,
such as advertising and public relations. Students will be taught to appreciate
the value of free and responsible mass media with reference to
their evolution. The
class will acquaint the student with the nature of contemporary
American journalism by introducing him/her to the scope of present-day
journalism and to the dominant theories of communication and the
influences of the media in today's complex society. (AA,CSU,UC)
DIRECTED STUDY (1-2)
Hours: 54 laboratory for each semester unit. No more than 2 units per semester per
is designed for students who wish to undertake special projects
related to a particular field. Students, under instructor guidance
and acknowledgement, may pursue individual exploration after completing
or while currently enrolled in at least one course in the department
of directed study.