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This is it! It is time for YOU to be the journalist, and practice and display the skills you have learned through this Specialization journey. You will create your own professional journalistic portfolio, culminating in the creation of your own news report from start to finish. You will go through all the steps and skills used by professional journalists: conceptualizing a news report idea, reporting, interviewing, researching, and then compiling the information for an audience. Your learner community, along with the Michigan State Journalism team, will be with you every step of the way. Having a professional portfolio will help you market yourself as a journalist, showing off your work product, as well as practice and hone your journalistic skill set. You will receive an exclusive premium "Journalism" badge for social media, to display your Capstone completion....


30. Sep. 2020

This is one of many other best specializations I have seen and experienced from coursera. I really recommend it for all the people who want to be journalist.\n\nthank you all\n\nregards\n\nHassanRR

6. Dez. 2020

A well put together specialization covers every area of the profession in an engaging and learner-friendly compilation.

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von MG

23. Apr. 2021

The entire specialization is great except for the assignments. I don't mind multiple-choice tests because I can do them and move on, but the peer-graded assignments are infuriating. Waiting to complete courses because no one is grading assignments half the time, even though I grade theirs, gets old quickly. It's what makes me consider canceling my subscription entirely.

von Dustin W

15. Feb. 2021

Fairly disappointing. Absolutely no interaction with the faculty and the quality of work by your peers is sometimes really poor. A lot of generic information that could be gleaned from a book at a fraction of the cost. You are paying for the credential, but I wonder how valuable it actual is.