ADV 305 A - Digital ADV Content
This introductory course systematically examines a wide range of topics related to the proliferation and use of digital media in a networked world, including psychology, social relationships, culture, economics, politics, and philosophy. It is designed to prepare students for living and working in an increasingly mediated society in which digital technologies are omnipresent, yet ubiquitous. While the scope of this course is highly interdisciplinary, its emphasis will be placed on specialist knowledge for media professions such as advertising and journalism. Course Information: Prerequisite: ADV 150. Restricted to students with sophomore and junior standing.
Students who have completed ADV 490 Digital Advertising Content should not register for ADV 305. While the number is different, the course content is the same. Registering for the new course would be seen as duplicate credit. Duplicate credit does not count toward graduation and students registering for the duplicate course will be asked to drop. The pre-req of ADV 150 will not be enforced. Please note: This section will have synchronous (live) sessions.
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Course Level: Undergraduate