COM 109 - Visual Communication3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
Visual Communication is a study of human expression through a broad spectrum of visual forms. It explores the theories, processes, techniques, ethical considerations, editorial judgments, and social impacts of visual communication in a variety of contexts, which include: visual communication theory; visual cues; visual persuasion in advertising; visual stereotypes in popular culture; persuasion vs. propaganda, and the history, evolution and social dimensions of typography, graphic design, photography, film, TV, animated cartoons, comics and graphic novels.
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