Mass Media Environment

Students will explore the role of mass media in society and the fundamental aspects of careers associated with newspapers, magazines, radio, television, motion pictures, social media, entertainment and public relations. Some story assignments will be published in The Bruin, the campus newspaper at Kellogg Community College.

British Literature

A survey of British literature from the Romantic Period until the present.

News Writing

Students will study and practice the fundamental principles of gathering and writing news for online, newspaper and broadcast media. The emphasis is on accurate observation, ethical reporting techniques and the writing and editing of news for common understanding by mass audiences. Some story assignments will be published in The Bruin, the campus newspaper at Kellogg Community College. Lab Fee

Writing for Student Publications

Students will plan, write, edit, and distribute publications for The Bruin (college newspaper), Mosaic (college literary magazine), and/or other campus publications. Instruction will include Associated Press style, journalistic ethics and practices along with guest lectures by local journalists and writers, and field trips to local newspapers. Students interested in writing for publication may enroll in JOUR 154 for up to three credit hours. This course may be repeated for credit up to six credit hours.

Building Foundations through Literature

Reading, discussing, and writing about literature with emphasis on the essay and short story. Students will learn new approaches to comprehending vocabulary and written text.

International Travel – Culture

This course focuses on specific topics relevant to international culture. International travel is required. Since the specific topic to be studied may change from semester to semester, students may repeat the course for up to six credits.

Introduction to Literature

Studies in critical reading and appreciation of the major forms in fiction, poetry, and drama. Required course for English majors and minors.

Information Technology and Project Management

This course provides an understanding of organizational information and technology used by various business subsystems. Information technology will be used in the demonstration of organization, planning, and project control. Students will gain practical knowledge in managing information project scope, schedule and resources as a competitive resource. It also covers the technical and organizational foundations of information systems. Lab Fee

World Literature 1

A survey of world literature from the beginning of civilization to 1600.

Cooperative Education 1

To be enrolled in this course, students must be in a technology-related position providing new career-related experiences in the workplace. Cooperative education is designed to provide each candidate with the necessary educational, technical, and people-related skills to be successful in a technology-related position. Students will meet as a class one hour per week. Topics (including human relations, career selection, and ethical practices in the workplace) will be a focus for the weekly co-op sections.