Individual Course Spotlight: Media Law and Ethics

Posted on October 02, 2017  in  [ GCU Experience ]

Grand Canyon University is Arizona’s premier, private Christian university, and we have provided students with a gateway to success at our main campus in Phoenix for more than 65 years. We are proud to offer an abundance of online courses and programs to help learners reach their educational goals and further their career from the convenience of home and according to their schedule.

Among our online options is a wide selection of single courses. These courses allow students to grow their expertise or pursue their passion without committing to a degree program. Our individual course catalog includes a broad range of advertising options, including our Media Law and Ethics course.

ADV-340: Media Law and Ethics

This course provides students with an overview of the regulations and laws that apply to marketing, advertising and media organizations. Additionally, an emphasis is placed on the topics of intellectual property, regulatory processes and business organization. This course’s curriculum also explores ethical theory and practices and how these apply to the mass media industry. This is a writing intensive course. Students in the Media Law and Ethics course are responsible for supplying their own laptop or computer that can run Adobe Creative Cloud.

In today’s age of globalization and online interaction, media law and ethics plays an important role in the area of advertising. If you’re interested in a career in advertising, telecommunications, broadcasting, media services or marketing, then you may benefit from enrolling in this course.

Are you ready to discover more about single courses or bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs that we offer at Grand Canyon University? If so, then visit the GCU website or click the Request More Information button on this page.


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