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VCOM 3930 - Visual Storytelling for Journalism
Prerequisites: JOUR 2710, VCOM 2010, and VCOM 2950 or permission of instructor. Design process and production methods for communicating concepts, information, and narratives through the use of visual elements in print, Web, and digital media. Develops skill sets of typographic language and design, photography selection and use, illustration techniques and intermediate layout design for the purpose of visual storytelling in the form of such projects as editorial layout in digital and print formats, ad campaigns, and logo design. Combined lecture/lab.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Combined Lecture/Lab

Journalism and Strategic Media Department

Course Attributes:
Media Entertainment Course Fee, Credit from 4-Year College, Upper-Division Work

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