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COMM 335 - Freedom of Expression

4.00 credit hours
Examines the First Amendment's protection of freedom of speech, religion, press and association, and its role as a cornerstone of American democracy. Students study foundational U.S. Supreme Court cases that have defined and delimited these freedoms. They learn how to analyze legal and moral arguments and conduct basic legal research. They also develop an understanding of the political and philosophical conflicts surrounding the exercise of First Amendment freedoms.

Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.
Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Ethical Dimensions.
iCon(s): Engaging Civic Life.


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