Jun 24, 2018  
Semester Catalog 2018-2019 
    
Semester Catalog 2018-2019

Course Descriptions


 

Communication (Undergraduate)

All 4000-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 4310, 4990

   •  COMM 3300 - Methods of Communication: Social Sciences
   •  COMM 3400 - Methods of Communication: Humanities
   •  COMM 3420 - Rights and Justice
   •  COMM 3500 - Interviewing
   •  COMM 3600 - Advanced Forensics
   •  COMM 3670 - Performance Studies
   •  COMM 3720 - Media, Communication and the Environment
   •  COMM 3835 - Sex and Gender in Language and Literature
   •  COMM 3840 - Globalization, Culture and Communication
   •  COMM 3850 - Communication of Raced, Classed, and Gendered Identities
   •  COMM 3855 - Media Literacy in the 21st Century
   •  COMM 3890 - Intercultural Communication in Civic Contexts
   •  COMM 3980 - Cooperative Education in Communication Studies
   •  COMM 4100 - Introduction to Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 4110 - Dynamics of Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 4120 - Business and Professional Communications
   •  COMM 4140 - Communication and Leadership
   •  COMM 4150 - Communication Consulting and Training in Organizations
   •  COMM 4160 - Intercultural Business Communication
   •  COMM 4180 - Internship in Communication Studies
   •  COMM 4190 - Capstone: Organizational and Business Communication Option
   •  COMM 4200 - Human Side of Computers and Information
   •  COMM 4300 - Mass Communication Theory
   •  COMM 4310 - Principles and Practices of Public Relations
   •  COMM 4320 - Advertising as a Communication Processes
   •  COMM 4330 - Children and Mass Communication
   •  COMM 4340 - Technology and Human Interaction
   •  COMM 4350 - Persuasive Communication
   •  COMM 4360 - Writing for Public Relations
   •  COMM 4370 - Public Relations and Event Planning
   •  COMM 4390 - Capstone: Mass Communication Option
   •  COMM 4400 - Foundations: Social Justice Communication
   •  COMM 4410 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 4420 - Feminism and Communication
   •  COMM 4430 - Relational Communication
   •  COMM 4440 - Sex Roles in Communication
   •  COMM 4450 - Family Communication and Conflict
   •  COMM 4460 - Communication and Social Movements
   •  COMM 4490 - Capstone: Intersecting Identities and Relationships Option
   •  COMM 4500 - Health Communication
   •  COMM 4510 - Health Communication and New Media
   •  COMM 4520 - Narrative Health Communication
   •  COMM 4530 - Health Education and Clinical Care
   •  COMM 4540 - Selected Studies in Communication
   •  COMM 4590 - Capstone: Health Communication
   •  COMM 4620 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  COMM 4630 - Language and Communication Behavior
   •  COMM 4780 - Group Communication: Dynamics of Leadership and Participation
   •  COMM 4800 - Advanced Rhetorical Theory
   •  COMM 4820 - Studies in National and International Public Discourse
   •  COMM 4830 - Performance and Social Change
   •  COMM 4840 - Campaign Communication
   •  COMM 4850 - Political Communication
   •  COMM 4860 - Communication and Cultural Studies
   •  COMM 4890 - Capstone: Communication for Social Change Option
   •  COMM 4910 - Communication Education
   •  COMM 4940 - Communication Behavior in Childhood
   •  COMM 4990 - Undergraduate Directed Study

Communication (Graduate)

All 4000-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 4310, 4990

Classified graduate standing is required for admission to all 5000-level courses

   •  COMD 5630 - Alternative Communication Modalities
   •  COMM 5500 - Theories of Communication: Social Sciences
   •  COMS 5000 - Graduate Scholarship in Media Studies
   •  COMS 5010 - Seminar: Research Methods in Telecommunications and Film
   •  COMS 5020 - Seminar in Quantitative Communication Research Methods
   •  COMS 5030 - Seminar in Qualitative Communication Research Methods
   •  COMS 5050 - Seminar: Media Theory and Criticism
   •  COMS 5060 - Seminar: Television Studies
   •  COMS 5070 - Seminar: Post World War II Film and Television History
   •  COMS 5080 - Media Arts, Theatre & Society
   •  COMS 5090 - Entertainment Industry Practices
   •  COMS 5100 - Seminar: Narrative Studies in Film and Television
   •  COMS 5150 - Seminar: Cultural Studies
   •  COMS 5200 - Seminar: Documentary Film and Television
   •  COMS 5300 - Seminar: Organizational Communication
   •  COMS 5310 - Strategic Communication
   •  COMS 5400 - Seminar: Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMS 5500 - Seminar: Communication Theory
   •  COMS 5540 - Selected Topics in Communication Studies
   •  COMS 5600 - Seminar: Language and Communication Behavior
   •  COMS 5620 - Seminar: Theories of Mass Media
   •  COMS 5640 - Seminar: Adaptation
   •  COMS 5670 - Seminar: Theories, Methods and Practices in Performance Studies
   •  COMS 5720 - Seminar: International Public Discourse
   •  COMS 5730 - Seminar: American Public Address
   •  COMS 5760 - Seminar: Argumentation, Discussion, and Debate
   •  COMS 5800 - Theories of Communication: Humanities
   •  COMS 5810 - Visual Rhetoric
   •  COMS 5820 - Rhetoric, Citizenship, and Social Change
   •  COMS 5890 - Seminar: Intercultural Communication
   •  COMS 5910 - Seminar in Instructional Communication
   •  COMS 5960 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  COMS 5970 - Graduate Studies
   •  COMS 5980 - Graduate Directed Study
   •  COMS 5990 - Thesis

Computer Science (Undergraduate)

   •  CS 1010 - Introduction to Higher Education for Computer Science Majors
   •  CS 1090 - BASIC Programming
   •  CS 1200 - Living in a Technology-Based World
   •  CS 1220 - Introduction to Website Development
   •  CS 1222 - Introduction to Relational Databases
   •  CS 1550 - Fundamentals for Computer Graphics
   •  CS 2010 - Computer Programming Fundamentals
 

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