COMPLETING INTERNSHIPS FOR CREDIT

All students who wish to complete an internship for academic credit must follow university policy as outlined in the experiential learning materials available at the Registrar's Office web site.  Click on http://www.stthomas.edu/registrar, and navigate to the student forms section to find the experiential learning/internship forms.

In addition, students seeking COJO credit for an internship must comply with the COJO Internship Guide and have their supervisors complete the COJO Supervisor Evaluation.

When you and your academic supervisor have prepared the registrar's form, using the COJO expectations, bring the completed paperwork to the department chair for signature.

ENROLLING IN COJO 480

COJO 480: Communication Ethics Capstone Seminar

Seniors need a permission slip to enroll in COJO 480 Communication Ethics.  Because it is a capstone seminar, you may not enroll in the course until your last semester before graduation.  One section of COJO 480 is being offered in the Fall 2014 and five sections in the Spring 2015. Students who are graduating in December 2014 or May 2015 are eligible to enroll in this course.  To secure a permission slip, see Dr. Wyatt, who will review your degree evaluation and issue a permission slip for the course.  Call 651-962-5250, email cojo@stthomas.edu or stop by COJO office in OEC 119 to schedule a meeting with Dr. Wyatt. 

PLANNING AHEAD

When planning for upper-level and once-per-year courses, please keep in mind the following.

Many of our courses are available every semester, but some are offered just once a year or every other year. Below is a schedule for the upcoming year(s).
 

In 2014-2015, we will offer the following courses only in the fall semester:  

  • COJO 220 Interpersonal Communication
  • COJO 276 Argumentation & Advocacy
  • COJO 298 Digital Imagery and Sound
  • COJO 336 Media Law
  • COJO 338 Political Communication
  • COJO 350 Magazine Writing 
  • COJO 430 Society, Culture, and the Media
  • COJO 451 Advanced Multimedia

 

In 2014-2015, we expect to offer the following courses only in the spring semester:

  • COJO 213 Mass Communication Research
  • COJO 251 Multimedia Reporting
  • COJO 320 Organizational Communication
  • COJO 326 Modern American Rhetoric
  • COJO 332 Documentary in American Culture
  • COJO 340 Television Criticism
  • COJO 456 Graphic Design Studio

 

We do not expect to offer the following courses in 2014-2015:

  • COJO 230 Foundations in Media and Society
  • COJO 262 Radio Production
  • COJO 272 Advertising Media and Connections Planning
  • COJO 264 Media Communication Skills
  • COJO 360 Videography: TV Production in the Field
  • COJO 368 Advanced Advertising Copywriting
  • COJO 372 Environmental Communication
  • COJO 432 Media Structure and Power