Fall Application Deadline is
September 25, 2014!
How to Apply
- Las Vegas...more info coming soon
- New Orleans...more info coming soon
- Washington, DC...more info coming soon
Media Ethics in a Changing Technological Landscape
Cynthia Joyce, Assistant Professor of Journalism
January 2 – 16, 2013
Undergrad Course Fee $1795 (resident), $1995 (non-resident)
Graduate Course Fee $1995 (resident), $2195 (non-resident)
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 1, 2013!
- Learn about ways in which traditional and new media are serving the needs of one of America's oldest cities — as well as some of the ways in which they've failed to
- Meet and hear from media professionals, including print, online & broadcast journalists, communications specialists, tech startups, PIOs and PR executives
- Tour the $12 billion federal flood protection system Explore media ethical issues in a town where media transitions are occurring
- Experience the food and fun in historic New Orleans
Students will explore the ins and outs of New Orleans in a time of media transition. They will also have the opportunity to experience the music and cuisine that are among the city's greatest contributions to our national cultural identity.
This course is for journalism students. Marketing, African American studies, public policy leadership, sociology, Southern studies, business and accounting students may find the course interesting.
January 6-17, 2014. Students will spend a week on campus in Oxford then a week in New Orleans.
Students will make their own arrangements to and from New Orleans. Group ground transportation will be provided while on site.
Program cost is $1795 (undergraduate) and $1995 (graduate) for resident and $1995 (undergraduate) and $2195 (graduate) for non-resident students. Included in the cost are tuition, housing, museum admissions and tours. Excluded from the cost are the Study USA application fee, meals, airfare, individual airport transfers, and personal spending money.
* Itinerary subject to change
What students are saying about Media Ethics in New Orleans:
“I’m really, really glad I took the class. New Orleans has its own culture and we were immersed in it. It felt like a complete abroad experience, but close to home.”