Semiotics and Senses

This course provides a theoretical and practical basis for understanding and analyzing how meanings are communicated in and through a wide array of artifacts and environments. By engaging with principles from social semiotics, the course examines how different sensory modes interact within a range of communication sites as well as their effect(s). PREREQUISIT: 18 university credits (Lec 3, 3cr)

COST-2006EL
Huntington University
3.00
UG