Mar 22, 2019  
University Catalog 2015-2016 “Final Quarter Catalog” (ARCHIVED CATALOG) 
    
University Catalog 2015-2016 “Final Quarter Catalog” (ARCHIVED CATALOG) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Communication Disorders (Graduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements, subject to limits established by the department and approval of the graduate adviser. Classified graduate standing is required for admission to all 500-level courses.

   •  COMD 580 - Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology - Intermediate
   •  COMD 581 - Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology – Advanced
   •  COMD 582 - Clinical Externship in Speech Language Pathology
   •  COMD 596 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  COMD 598 - Graduate Directed Study
   •  COMD 599 - Thesis

Communication (Undergraduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements except the following, subject to limits established by department and approval of a graduate adviser: COMM 431, 499

   •  COMM 094 - Mainstream American Dialect
   •  COMM 130 - Introduction to Human Communication
   •  COMM 150 - Oral Communication
   •  COMM 151 - Speech Proficiency Assessment for Teachers
   •  COMM 176 - Argumentation
   •  COMM 230 - Communication Strategies in Conflict Management
   •  COMM 267 - Introduction to Oral Interpretation
   •  COMM 268 - Group Performance Practicum
   •  COMM 275 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 276 - Argumentation and Reasoned Advocacy
   •  COMM 277 - Forensics
   •  COMM 278 - Problem Solving through Group Discussion
   •  COMM 290 - Mediated Communication
   •  COMM 300 - Applied Writing in Communication Studies
   •  COMM 330 - Organizational Studies
   •  COMM 340 - Interviewing
   •  COMM 342 - Rights and Justice in Communication and Politics
   •  COMM 367 - Performance Studies
   •  COMM 370 - Business and Professional Communications
   •  COMM 371 - Persuasive Communication
   •  COMM 372 - Media, Communication and the Environment
   •  COMM 377 - Advanced Forensics
   •  COMM 380 - Introduction to Rhetorical Studies
   •  COMM 385 - Sex and Gender in Language and Literature
   •  COMM 389 - Intercultural Communication in the Urban Environment
   •  COMM 390 - Technology and Human Interaction
   •  COMM 395 - Sociocultural Impact of Globalization for the Developing World
   •  COMM 396 - Publicity and Promotions
   •  COMM 420 - Human Side of Computers and Information Technology
   •  COMM 430 - Dynamics of Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 431 - Internship in Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 435 - Communication and Leadership
   •  COMM 440 - Relational Communication
   •  COMM 450 - Communication Theory
   •  COMM 454 - Selected Studies in Communication
   •  COMM 459 - Intercultural Business Communication
   •  COMM 462 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  COMM 463 - Language and Communication Behavior
   •  COMM 467 - Theory and Method in Performance Studies
   •  COMM 468 - Performance and Social Change
   •  COMM 470 - Theories of Rhetoric: Survey and Analysis
   •  COMM 471 - Rhetoric and Religion
   •  COMM 473 - Rhetoric and Social Controversy
   •  COMM 474 - Studies in National and International Public Discourse
   •  COMM 475 - Feminism and Communication
   •  COMM 477 - Qualitative Methods in Communication
   •  COMM 478 - Group Communication: Dynamics of Leadership and Participation
   •  COMM 479 - Sex Roles in Communication
   •  COMM 482 - Rhetorical Theory: Contemporary Developments
   •  COMM 483 - Campaign Communication
   •  COMM 484 - Political Communication
   •  COMM 485 - Rhetorical Criticism
   •  COMM 486 - Communication and Cultural Studies
   •  COMM 487 - Quantitative Research Methods in Communication
   •  COMM 489 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 490 - Studies in Children’s Speech Arts
   •  COMM 491 - Instructional Theories in Communication
   •  COMM 492 - Communication Training in Organizations
   •  COMM 494 - Communication Behavior in Childhood
   •  COMM 495 - Principles and Practices of Public Relations
   •  COMM 497 - Managing Problems in Public Relations
   •  COMM 498 - Capstone in Communication
   •  COMM 499 - Undergraduate Directed Study
   •  TVF 300 - Writing and Media Ethics

Communication (Graduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements except the following, subject to limits established by department and approval of a graduate adviser: COMM 431, 499

Classified graduate standing is required for admission to all 500-level courses

   •  COMS 500 - Graduate Scholarship in Communication Studies
   •  COMS 501 - Seminar: Research Methods in Telecommunications and Film
   •  COMS 502 - Seminar in Quantitative Communication Research Methods
   •  COMS 503 - Seminar in Qualitative Communication Research Methods
   •  COMS 505 - Seminar: Media Theory and Criticism
   •  COMS 506 - Seminar: Television Studies
   •  COMS 507 - Seminar: Post World War II Film and Television History
   •  COMS 508 - Media Arts, Theatre & Society
   •  COMS 509 - Entertainment Industry Practices
   •  COMS 510 - Seminar: Narrative Studies in Film and Television
   •  COMS 515 - Seminar: Cultural Studies
   •  COMS 520 - Seminar: Documentary Film and Television
   •  COMS 530 - Seminar: Organizational Communication
   •  COMS 540 - Seminar: Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMS 550 - Seminar: Communication Theory
   •  COMS 554 - Selected Topics in Communication Studies
   •  COMS 560 - Seminar: Language and Communication Behavior
   •  COMS 562 - Seminar: Theories of Mass Media
   •  COMS 564 - Seminar: Adaptation
   •  COMS 565 - Seminar: Feature Film Writing
   •  COMS 566 - Seminar: Narrative Television Writing
   •  COMS 567 - Seminar: Theories, Methods and Practices in Performance Studies
   •  COMS 572 - Seminar: International Public Discourse
   •  COMS 573 - Seminar: American Public Address
   •  COMS 576 - Seminar: Argumentation, Discussion, and Debate
   •  COMS 580 - Seminar: Rhetorical Studies
   •  COMS 589 - Seminar: Intercultural Communication
   •  COMS 591 - Seminar in Instructional Communication
   •  COMS 596 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  COMS 598 - Graduate Directed Study
 

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