As it has become increasingly clear in recent years that the nature and execution of journalism is changing, faculty in the JPRNM department have realized the need for an emphasis within the major.
Students in all skills-based media photography courses become proficient in the use of applicable software including Lightroom, Photoshop, and Premiere. They learn to use effectively pro-level digital cameras, a wide variety of lenses, studio and on-location lighting to complete assignments that appear in a wide variety of multimedia settings including those through Baylor Student Publications.
Photography and Videography
The Photography sequence is ideal for students who wish to concentrate on the visual side of journalism. Courses emphasize camera handling, editing, aesthetics, video storytelling and the use of state-of-the-art video editing software.
Sequence IV: Photojournalism
JOU 3355 Media Photography I: Introduction
JOU 3356 Media Photography II: Photojournalism
JOU 3357 Advanced Photography
JOU 3358 Video Photojournalism
JOU 3369 Media Design
JOU (3374 or 3375 or 3389) Public Relations Writing, or Advanced Reporting and Writing, or Magazine and Feature Writing
JOU 4359 History of Photography
View the degree plan or get more information from Baylor's Undergraduate Course Catalogue online.