If you plan to graduate with a degree in Electronic Journalism in 2016 or 2017 and HAVE NOT taken Jour 326/361 you will need to complete the application process for admission to the Electronic Journalism upper division. Please read the following information carefully. You MUST complete the online application and submit an essay in order to be admitted to the Electronic Journalism upper division and be allowed to progress to Senior Semester. Applications will be submitted on-line to Professor Holmes.
The USC undergraduate academic bulletin specifies:
Entrance into 300+ level skill courses in the electronic journalism sequence is competitive and is not guaranteed. Students must formally apply for permission to continue with the program before they intend to take JOUR 326/361. Applications are due March 1 and should be submitted online. Applications will NOT be accepted after established deadlines. Admission is based on strength of the student’s letter of interest and USC GPA. Students may also be asked to interview with a selection committee (members of which are selected by the sequence chair). Students who do not meet established requirements may reapply the following semester.
Please refer to the University Bulletin at the following site for more information. If you have questions, please contact Art Farlowe at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (803) 777-8528 or Prof. Cecile Holmes at email@example.com.
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