- Initial training - Continuing education
- 1 year
The Law, Journalism and Organisational Communication pathway offers law students a complementary training allowing them to move towards digital information professions (web journalism, digital communication).
The students follow a set of common core courses allowing them to acquire skills that will be used to develop their skills in the field of digital information.
Students follow a set of common core courses allowing them to acquire skills that they will deepen by choosing specialised courses in communication or journalism.
Admission to M2 will be assessed by the teaching team on the basis of a university course that is consistent with the typical course.
The obtaining of the M1 digital law, as well as the achievement of internships or missions in line with the standard course will constitute positive learning elements for the teaching staff.
The M1 digital law course will also be a positive learning experience for the teaching staff.
- FDSP, Aix-en-Provence
LEARNING AND RESEARCH
The typical course « Droit, Journalisme et Communication des Organisations » is one of the typical courses of the Mention DROIT DU NUMERIQUE carried by the Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Droit des Médias et des Mutations Sociales (LID2MS EA 4328).
The typical course « Droit, Journalisme et Communication des Organisations » contributes to the valorisation of the research carried out within this laboratory on the legal aspects of the digital or within the Centre de Droit économique (EA 4224) concerning economic law, business law or intellectual property.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
Law students complement their training with skills in reactive techniques, communication practices and web technologies (website design, blogging, social network animation, online information search).
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
The internship, of 4-6 months, and the tutored projects are strong elements of the training system of the typical course.
At the end of the M2 year, they submit an internship report and/or a dissertation which aims to present the internship/assignment and to give an account of the work done on this occasion.
SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS
The typical course « Law, Journalism and Organisational Communication » is based on very broadly associated thematic teachings à personal or team practical work. In addition, a substantial part of the teaching is based on a reversed pedagogy, the mobilisation of digital tools, as well as a practice of the main digital technologies.
- 320M Spécialités plurivalentes de la communication et de l'information (fr)
- 321P Journalisme et communication (organisation-gestion) (fr)
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