This course uses case studies and the analysis of historical and contemporary issues to illuminate ethical concerns in or across specific communication contexts. Topics vary depending on the course section and instructor. Students can take this course up to three times and earn credit, as long as the course content varies, and with permission of the department chair. Prerequisite(s):COMM 104 or COMM 280; COMM 214 or COMM 215 or COMM 216; or department chair permission. A grade of C- or better must be earned in all pre-requisite courses. Course Frequency: Fall and Spring Repeatable: For up to 9 credit hours.