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COM 613 Ethics for Professional Communication 3.0 Credits

Professional communicators confront conflicting interests throughout their time at work. Their professional aspirations and their duties to their employer inevitably affect their efforts to make ethical decisions. This course is about ethical decisions in professional communication settings, which include: journalism, public relations and advertising, science and health communication, and digital and social media. Through the analysis of case studies and the examination of ethical frameworks this course will explore ethical issues in such topics as: Ethics of social media usage in crisis situations; Ethical behaviors among social media influencers, etc.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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