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Course Overview

Reviews a broad range of critical and theoretical approaches in contemporary visual practices. Students will learn how to find meaning and value in the images and texts that hold power in their world. Employs lectures, field trips and other experiential modes of learning.

Credits: 3
Distribution: major, undergraduate
Prerequisite: COM 350 or permission of the instructor.

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