What do cave paintings, clay tokens, the Gutenberg Bible, Snapchat, and Yik Yak all have in common? Find out in Summer Session II.
Introduction to Media & Communication Studies (MCS 222) uses directed readings, videos, social media content and interactive activities to provide critical and historical perspectives on the evolution of human communication. You’ll learn how the evolving ways people communicate has shaped our meaning-making practices as creators, curators, and consumers.
This six-week summer course begins on July 6 and provides GEP credit in the Arts & Humanities.