About this Program
- College: Journalism and Communications
- Credits: 15
Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.
Graduates of the Department of Journalism work in traditional forms of media, emerging platforms, and in corporate roles. Ultimately, the department offers transferrable skills that creates outstanding leaders with successful achievements across all fields.
Email | 352.392.0466
2070 WEIMER HALL
GAINESVILLE FL 32611
The certificate is open primarily to JOU and SPN students, but is open to all undergraduates if they do not exceed excess hours.
|Writing Fundamentals for Communicators (for JOU 3101)|
|Argument and Persuasion|
and Introduction to Media and Communications
|Media, Cultures, and Identity|
|Principles of Public Relations (for JOU 3109)|
|Intensive Communication Skills (or placement test or SPN 2340 with minimum grade of B)|
|LAS 2001||Introduction to Latin American Studies||3|
|JOU 3109C||Multimedia Writing (or JOU 3101)||3|
|JOU 4951||Noticias 2||3|
|SPN 3300||Spanish Grammar and Composition 1||3|
|or SPN 3350||Spanish Grammar and Composition for Heritage Learners|
|LAS 4000-level or SPN or JOU course as approved by certificate coordinator||3|
JOU 4951 is variable credit and should be taken for 1 credit in one semester and can be taken for 2 or 3 credits in a subsequent semester.