Journalism Courses (JRN)

JRN 6600
Media Management (3)
  In this course, students will examine the competitive environment facing today’s media, the various management principles that may be applied to media companies, and media management crisis.
   
JRN 6615
Public Relations and Strategic Communication
  Students will examine how the changing media en-vironment affects outreach methods and explores practical solutions to achieve communication goals. Emphasis is placed on crisis public relations problems. Topics include the importance of research, designing a strategic communication program, advertising and the pervasive effect of public relations.
   
JRN 6640
Communication Law and Ethics (3)
  This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of existing communication ethics, regu-lations and policies along with their application to media. Students will study how these legal doctrines and ethical considerations have evolved and will continue to evolve.
   
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