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RIM 1020 - Introduction to Media and Entertainment
(Same as EMC/JOUR 1020.) An introduction to media and entertainment, exploring the history of media and entertainment as it pertains to ethics, law, free expression, diversity and inclusion, economics, research, globalization, and other important concepts. Examines the evolution of technology, from the first printing presses to social media and gaming, as well as media industries that include advertising and public relations.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Recording Industry Department

Course Attributes:
Media Entertainment Course Fee, GE Current: Social/Behavioral, Gen Ed - Soc/Beh Science Block, Credit from 4-Year College

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