GS 500 -St. Thomas and Critical Thinking
As the philosophical foundation of Research Methodology, it is a study of the principles of skills in critical thinking according to St. Thomas Aquinas in the three areas of mental cognition: simple apprehension, judgment, and reasoning; and of common fallacies towards the acquisition of the art of argumentation.
Research Methodology (3 units)
Communication Theory and Theories of the Press (3 units)
Storytelling and Advanced Reporting Techniques for Multiple Platforms (3 units)
Journalism Ethics and Social Communication (3 units)
Global Journalism Practice and Studies (3 units)
Digital and Data Journalism (3 units)
International Reporting (3 units)
Political Economy of Mass Media and Journalism (3 units)
Media Management and Sustainability (3 units)
Media Law and Press Freedom (3 units)
Media Studies and Journalism (3 units)
Journalism Education (3 units)
Special Topics in Journalism
Written Comprehensive Exams
Thesis Writing I
Thesis Writing II
Thesis Writing III
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