Justice & Journalism Bundle

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Justice & Journalism Bundle

  • Uniquely designed for students with an interest in law, police studies, human justice, criminology, journalism, international studies, psychology, sociology, and other areas related to social justice issues.
  • Required English (ENGL 100) and critical thinking (PHIL 150) courses bundled for easy registration and scheduling.
  • Your English class focuses on justice and media studies themes. You will learn to write with clarity, precision, and effectiveness - important tools for lawyers, journalists, and more.
  • Guest lecturers will speak about their real world experiences in the areas of Justice and Journalism.
     

What courses will I take?

Fall Semester:

English 100
Philosophy 150
Optional elective course
Optional elective course
Optional elective course

Winter Semester:

English 110
Psychology 102
Optional elective course
Optional elective course
Optional elective course

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do I enroll?

The program is filled on a first-come, first-served basis. You need special permissions to register. Let your academic advisor know you want to be a part of this program.

 

For more information about this program, please contact Luther’s Academic Office in LC 200 by phone at 1-306-585-5444 or by email at Luther.Registration@uregina.ca.