MCO 475 Critical Analysis of Media and Culture
3 Credit(s) W-III
This course offers an in-depth exploration of critical approaches to analyzing media texts, such as television programs, advertisements, and films, drawing upon a range of critical theories and methods. Students will learn varied communication styles and formats with which they can critically analyze media texts’ cultural significance and advocate for social change. Three lecture hours per week.
Prerequisites: Completion of at least one of the following courses - COM206, MCO230, MCO274, COM304, or MCO304; W-II course; and permission of department chair. Not open to students who have taken MCO504. Juniors and seniors only.