|Select the Course Number to get further detail on the course. Select Schedule Type to find available sections of the course as well as section specific prerequisites. Prerequisites listed in the catalog descriptions are recommended and may not be the same as registration prerequisites in PipelineMT. Use the Look Up Classes link for a grid display of important course information as well as prerequisites and memo notes about the section.|
|RIM 1020 - American Media and Social Institutions|
(Same as EMC/JOUR 1020.) The power of the mass media and its effect on social institutions and practices. Develops skills of qualitative and quantitative social science research in the area of mass communication processes; examines media as social, cultural, and economic institutions that shape the values of American society, its political dialogues, its social practices, and institutions.
3.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Recording Industry Department
Media Entertainment Course Fee, GE Current: Social/Behavioral, Gen Ed - Soc/Beh Science Block, Credit from 4-Year College