CM101 Introduction to Mass Communication

This course surveys the dynamics of mass communications and media in the computer age. All aspects of the media—history, ethics, organization, and career opportunities in print and electronic media are covered through reading and class work. After gaining perspective through reading and class discussion of the nature and history of mass communications, students proceed to class work involving print media—including newspapers, magazines, and book publishing; and electronic media—including radio, sound recording, motion pictures, television and the Internet/World Wide Web.

3 Credit Hours

Course Descriptions » Communication and Media Studies


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