This course will introduce participants to issues and concepts around the topic of ethical communication in media. Participants will examine social media and new technologies that influence ethical journalism. Lessons and course materials include evaluation of important ethical conflicts in the media.

This course is a comprehensive introduction to the practicing field of broadcasting journalism, covering how news produced are broadcasted over mass media, particularly via radio and television. It also describes the range of job possibilities in the field and offers practical exposure to the whole supply chain of broadcasting of news and reports – from the collection of information, writing, editing and presentation.

This course introduces the essentials of a major DTP software - QuarkXPress 8 / InDesign. It focuses on the basic techniques of DTP software for print and Web workflows. It provides the essential tips and techniques for getting the most out of DTP software. Students actually learn DTP software in terms of: Workspaces, Documents, Pages, Items, Type, Text, Tables, Graphics, Color, Print, PDF, Web, and Flash.

This course explains the key practical skills required by today’s broadcast journalist. Key techniques and theoretical context the broadcast journalist will need to know in order to succeed are presented in detail. At the same time, ideas are presented in the context of the continuing internet revolution taking place in the broadcast industry.

This course is offered to enable students to be interested in business and to develop their entrepreneurial interests in starting their own small business. Topics to be discussed include the nature of entrepreneurial tasks, the process of starting their own enterprise and the roles of entrepreneurs in our free enterprise system. This course will enable students to acquire the knowledge and develop the skills needed to effectively organize, develop, create and manage their own business.

This course provides a balance of principles and applications of group communication. With an emphasis on teamwork, technology, and ethical collaboration. This course also helps students enhance their performance in groups and teams, simultaneously  giving them the  insight as to why group and team members communicate as they do.

This course features the very best in photojournalism through interviews with professionals from leading newspapers and magazines. It blends insightful interviews with professionals, their practical working experience of handling on-the-job challenges, current equipment and camera technology, and high impact photographs to present the very best in photojournalism. It also covers information on new laws affecting photojournalists, new trend in multimedia to keep skills competitive and a look back at some international history in the photography world.

The goal of this course is to help students become better communicators. It introduces students to a wide array of theories and perspectives in interpersonal communication and to encourage them to enhance their understanding of the theory and practice of interpersonal communication.

This course introduces students to a selected set of leading theories in the communication field and demonstrates how these theories apply to their lives. It presents theories coherently so that students can compare and contrast different approaches to particular interests in the field (for example: relationships, performance, language and mass communication).