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The Internship Seminar is required of all Communication Studies majors who anticipate that they will start an internship within the subsequent three academic terms. Typically offered during the spring semester of each year, this course is for students who anticipate that they will begin an internship int he coming summer, or the fall, or during the following spring semester. The primary goal of the course is to help prepare students for the internship and to provide them with the knowledge and insights to make the most of this learning experience.

Prerequisite: Permission of the program coordinator

Program: Communication Studies

Credit: 1

Other Courses

COM-499

Independent Study

Reading, research, discussion, or laboratory work, according to…

Communication Studies

Credits 1-3

COM-410

Advanced Public Presentations

Students in this course will approach public speeches…

Communication Studies

Credits 3

COM-420

Nonverbal Communication

A study of the theories and research on…

Communication Studies

Credits 3

COM-430

Gender and Communication

This course is an examination of communication and…

Communication Studies

Credits 3

COM-440

Intercultural Communication

An examination of the role played by communication…

Communication Studies

Credits 3

COM-450

Political Communication

An examination of the persuasive strategies used by…

Communication Studies

Credits 3