Development Journalism Course is about the news that evaluates and criticizes the development plans that are put forth by the government. They also analyze the process of development, the projects and plans involved in the process of development, and also the possible problems or shortcomings of the project for development.
Objectives of the course:
The course will introduce the concept of development journalism and reflect on its history and its use in different scenarios. The difference between development and non-development journalism will be discussed.
Course Key Information:
Duration: 3 months
Faculty/School: Vocational Studies School
Qualification Attained: Vocational Certificate in Development Journalism
Code of the Course: VSS196
Fees: $ 300
Start Date: November 2022
The modules listed below are those currently intended for delivery in the current academic intake of this course. These may be subject to change in future years as the University regularly revises.
- What is Development Journalism?: 5 Credits
- Why Development Journalism?: 5 Credits
- Development And Non-Development Journalism: 5 Credits
- Development Journalism in Practice: 5 Credits
- How & Where to Work as a Development Journalist?: 5 Credits
- Development Journalism – Ethics, Safety & Professionalism: 5 Credits
To be eligible for admission, you must have English Language (Level B+). A certificate in management, administration, commerce, or any related field is preferred.
If you would like to enroll in the program, please send an email to Dr. David Baier, Dean of Vocational Studies School, email@example.com