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Journalism 12

Is it possible to be both a tough-minded, skeptical journalist and a committed follower of Jesus Christ? We believe it is, and Journalism 12 will show you how. Journalism is an exciting field that requires professional reporters to confront on a daily basis (personally and in writing) some of society's most crucial issues, such as freedom of expression and religion. Christian journalists enjoy the unique privilege of reporting news in an accurate and arresting way that honors God. Journalism 12 is an 18-week online course that will challenge you to integrate your Biblical worldview and up-to-date journalism practice in ways that can be successfully applied in today's busy mainstream newsrooms. You’ll learn how to become competent in the two main branches of journalism: newsroom journalism and freelance journalism.

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Resources

  • The Canadian Press Style Book
    This is the required Text for JOURNALISM 12 Course developed by Nigel R. Parton Christian journalism? Is there such a thing? David Aikman thinks so. "It is possible to be both a tough-minded, skeptical journalist and a committed follower of Jesus Christ," assures Mr. Aikman. Who is David Aikman? Aikman, formerly Time magazine's diplomatic correspondent, is the founder of Gegrapha, an international fellowship of Christian journalists. Journalism is an exciting field that requires professional reporters to confront, personally and in writing, some of society's most crucial issues, such as freedom of expression and religion, on a daily basis. In countries such as the Russian Federation, where the lingering effects of communism have reemerged in recent years, Christian journalists put their careers and lives on the line. Christian journalists enjoy the unique privilege of reporting news in an accurate and arresting way that honors God.

Required Text Book:

TITLE ISBN Average Price
The Canadian Press Stylebook 9780920009123 $30