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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
Photojournalism Graduate Thesis (Directed Study)
Photojournalism Graduate Thesi
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In this course, students complete a comprehensive body of visual journalism accompanied by a written thesis outlining approach, photo/video precedents, and a narrative piece to accompany visual work. Each student works closely with faculty and advisors with the goal of producing the highest quality work for all components of the thesis process. Regular critiques and workshops are designed to support each student and keep on a schedule of production, postproduction, exhibition and defense. The process will culminate with the display of thesis projects developed over the course of the semester through required websites and other exhibition formats; formal students presentations to faculty and area professionals; completion of community engagement projects; and submission of all thesis work. Suggested complementary course: CPJ 7340, Project Driven Web Design

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