2019 Summer Term
This course exposes students to ethical theory in the context of rapid technological change and the means to acquire ethical analytical abilities. This two-tiered approach first examines the relationship between professional ethics and social philosophy to establish a framework for understanding the relationship between media practice and democratic society.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: (A) COMM 238 AND COMM 239 OR (B) COMM 131 OR (C) JOURNLSM 227 OR (D) JOURNLSM 220, AND 2.5 GPA IN THE MAJOR QUALIFIER BLOCK FOR EACH MAJOR BELOW: ELECTRONIC MEDIA: COMM 110 OR COMM 131, AND COMM 238, AND COMM 239 BROADCAST/PRINT/WEB: COMM 110 OR COMM 131, AND JOURNLSM 227, AND JOURNLSM 237 ADVERTISING: COMM 110 OR COMM 131, AND JOURNLSM 220, AND JOURNLSM 241
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
|05/28 - 06/15 (3W1)||
|This is a web based course using Desire2Learn or Canvas. A short while before class, information will be sent to each student's UWW email address. Required additional fee of $50 per credit will be assessed for this class.|