Fall 2019 - CMNS 425 D100
Applied Communication for Social Issues (4)
Class Number: 3409
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
Th 2:30 PM – 5:20 PM
HCC 1425, Vancouver
1 778 782-5166
Prerequisites:75 units, including CMNS 221; and one of CMNS 201 (or 260), CMNS 202 (or 262) or CMNS 261.
An advanced seminar in applied communication that focuses on the research and strategic design of media messages, campaigns and programs for public awareness, education, and social change. This course involves the application of theories and approaches in critical media analysis to the tasks of media design and media use for public understanding, engagement and participation around social issues.
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