- David Rollin Kidwell
- Louise Kathryn Kiernan
- McCormick Foundation Ctr 2131 - TuTh 9:30AM - 10:50AM
Overview of classIn this course, students will examine investigative reporting from a historical, theoretical and ethical standpoint while developing essential hands-on skills to produce this work themselves. Through classroom and real-world experience, you will explore the power, limits and moral complexities of investigative reporting and encounter its struggles and triumphs firsthand. The class, co-taught by a Chicago Tribune reporter, will directly pursue a real-world journalism project. You should expect to spend significant time during and outside class hours conducting research and fieldwork and producing status reports. This course will help you analyze urgent, relevant and diverse issues; hone critical thinking, reporting and writing skills; and enrich your understanding of the communities and concerns that surround us.
Class AttributesAttendance at 1st class mandatory
Registration is By Application Only
Enrollment RequirementsEnrollment Requirements: This section is currently closed to registration. Please contact the department directly with any questions.
Add Consent: Department Consent Required
Current as of 10/30/16 6:46 PM (CT)