CMU 203
Media in United States Society

In this course, students become better consumers of information through an understanding of the media's history and cultural, economic, social impacts. Students will learn how the Internet, television, radio, film and print media affect private and public life. They will be able to critically analyze the news and information flowing around them. Students will explore the legal, ethical, economic and commercial dimensions of mass communications, including First Amendment issues and career possibilities. Prerequisite: Placement in ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment in ENG 100.

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