thics in the sense of independence from undue influence is arguably one of the fundamental principles of journalism, and for development, it is vital for credibility. The ethical responsibilities of journalists/media persons can be seen in at least two ways: as confronting to a set of external rules or codes, imposed by the news outlet, the industry or by legislation or more accurately acting in accordance with moral principles informed by conscience. These will inform the discussions of ethics and the journalism mission.
The module is to examine the concept of socio-economic development and nation building and what it is all about and why it is necessary for journalists
This module explores how to make stories interesting, compelling, and easy-to-read, listen or watch.
This module focuses on the law as it applies in Ghana and any journalist/media person intending to practice will be required to study and understand the law.
Advances in media technology and organisation of public life have demanded changes in the practice of journalism.
This module covers the significance, the process of investigative reporting, how to find and use human and written sources and the challenges investigative reporters face