FTH2300 Multimedia for Everyday Life

Course Overview

Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Prof. Rick Beeman

Course Description:

Media permeates every area of society. As media transforms from old school traditional into social media how will these trends affect communication? Multimedia communication is changing on a daily basis. Keep up with the trends and strategies of the evolution of communication. Learn how to best harness its power to influence your life and organization.

How This Course Benefits Students:

Just looking at how Social Media has transformed a political race and is shaping a Government shows the power of Media and the influence it can have. Students will learn the basics of every facet of media from print, broadcast, to social media. Students will learn the functions and capability how to maximize the messaging to their target audience.

Why This Course Is Important:

Knowing your audience is the key to crafting the message. Broadcasting that message is a both a science and art. We will examine all the current practices and future theories to help you deliver your message to your desired audience in the most efficient manner possible.