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JMC 309 Data Storytelling

JMC 309.  Data Storytelling.  3 Credits.     

This course will prepare students to draw conclusions from data and statistical evidence, in order to generate insights, support managerial decisions, and communicate compelling stories. Students learn and practice all components of the data workflow, including accessing and collecting data, assessing the credibility of data, using spreadsheets to organize and analyze data, drawing inferences from data, and communicating data with text and visualizations. Must be completed with a grade of C (2.0) or higher to advance in the JMC curriculum. Prerequisite: JMC 302 with a grade of 2.0 or better. Students must be admitted to the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, journalism minor or in an approved concentration to enroll.

Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Mass Communications a prerequisite for JMC 300 , JMC 304 , JMC 309 , and JMC 408 . Additional prerequisites...