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CM 109 Introduction to Mass Media 3 Cr.

The mass media are so pervasive in contemporary society that students in many disciplines will find this course valuable. It provides a comprehensive overview of the development of such media as newspapers, magazines, books, radio, television, film, recordings and the Internet. In addition, it introduces students to issues of regulatory control, audience analysis, media ethics and international mass communications.

Communications

Residential Programs Catalog

http://catalog.norwich.edu/residentialprogramscatalog/collegeofliberalarts/communications/

The Communications Program provides a high-level, broad-based bachelor’s degree in Communications as well as a minor in Communications. The career-oriented curriculum provides introductory and advanced writing, editing, and production experience in print, digital, and electronic media. The program is committed to freedom of expression, personal and professional fulfillment, intellectual development, and the fostering of ethical understanding and creative growth.