The Policy Journalism pathway has two streams – Documentary Studies and Photography, and Policy Journalism. Students in the Documentary and Photography stream are encouraged to combine their Public Policy coursework with classes offered by the Duke Center for Documentary Studies.
Students in the Policy Journalism stream will look more broadly at all types of media, including television, magazine, newspapers, and the Internet, as well as their impact on important social issues. A sampling of past internships in these areas is included – for a full listing, visit the Sanford Career Services Office.
|Documentary Studies and Photography|
|Possible Courses||Telecommunications Policy Regulation|
|Stories that Made a Difference: Investigative Journalism in America|
|Potential Internships||ABC News Nightline|
|American Film Institute|
|National Geographic Magazine|
|National Geographic Adventure Magazine|
See also the Duke Center for Documentary Studies.
|Possible Courses||Television Journalism|
|News Writing & Reporting|
|News as Moral Battleground|
|Intellectual Property: Law, Policy, & Practice|
|The First Amendment & Information Society|
|Science & the Media|
|Higher Education & the News Media|
|Free Press/Public Policy|
|Media Policy & Economics|
|Los Angeles Times, DC Bureau|
|NBC News, Dateline NBC|