"I chose Morrisville because my visit to Morrisville during my senior year of high school convinced me that it seemed like the right place for me. My soccer coach managed to get the Morrisville head coach, at the time, to try me out and practice with the team. Not only were the team and the captains so inviting, but walking around campus and seeing such a different environment other than the city life convinced me that a change of scenery was what I needed."
Journalism & Communication for Online Media B.S.
Course DescriptionInternship in JCOM
In this course, students will work in a professional business setting—either in person or on campus through online and phone correspondence—to establish and maintain a professional Web site for that business. Eligible businesses may or may not be related to journalism. Students will utilize writing skills learned in previous courses to generate content appropriate to the client and to prepare that content for uploading on a daily or weekly basis as appropriate. Students will work collaboratively with client employees and will be expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with high professional standards. Prerequisites: JOUR 409 – Pre-Internship Seminar 6 credits (A minimum of 200 hours in an internship setting plus 40 hours with the instructor, including all assignments)