CAS 226 - Writing for the Media, 3 credit hours
Prerequisite(s): CAS 126 and ENG 131 , or instructor’s approval.
A study of the principles of writing for broadcasting and other electronic media. Focus is placed upon creating scripts with visual and aural appeal, conveying messages in clear, economical, conversational style to effectively communicate to mass audiences.
Hard copies of students’ written scripts will be submitted weekly; therefore, some students may find it necessary to add funds to their printing allowance beyond the printing credit allocated by the University. Approximately 45-50 pages of work will be submitted by the end of the semester.
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