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Courses primarily for undergraduate students
Advrt 230. Advertising Principles. (3-0) Cr. 3. F.S. Prereq: Sophomore classification. Historical, social, economic, and legal aspects of advertising.Evaluations of advertising research, media, strategy, and appeals. Study of the creation of print and broadcast advertising.
Advrt 334. Advertising Creativity. (2-2) Cr. 3. Prereq: 301. Development and execution of creative advertising materials. Copywriting, art direction and computer applications for print, broadcast and digital media. Creative strategy development, execution and evaluation.
Advrt 335. Advertising Media Planning. (3-0) Cr. 3. Prereq: 230. Concepts of media planning and selection in the development, execution and evaluation of advertising campaigns. Characteristics and capabilities of the advertising media. Utilization of market segmentation, consumer buying and media audience databases.
Advrt 336. Advertising Media Sales and Management. (3-0) Cr. 3. Prereq: 301 and 335. Fundamentals of advertising media sales with emphasis on sales techniques, presentation skills and strengths of competing media. Includes development of sales and training materials for a variety of media. Sales simulations.
Advrt 435. Advanced Advertising/Public Relations Campaigns. Cr. 1-3, maximum of 3 credits. S. Prereq: Permission of instructor, Junior/senior standing strongly recommended. Preparation of materials for regional and national competitions.
Advrt 436. Advertising Portfolio Practicum. (2-2) Cr. 3. Prereq: 334 or portfolio review. Advanced advertising writing and design. Emphasis on creative strategy, problem solving and execution of creative materials in print, broadcast and on-line media for a variety of clients.
Advrt 497. Special Topics in Communication. (Same as Jl MC 497.) Cr. 1 to 3. Seminars or one-time classes on topics of relevance to students in communication.