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Introductory survey of the field of communication that includes discussion of the importance of communication in our lives, examination of communication as a uniquely human...
This course will focus on the process of inquiry within human communication. Students are introduced to concepts of framing research questions, conducting literature reviews, developing...
Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for freshmen. Students may enroll in 195 Special Topics multiple times, as long as the topics differ.
This course is designed to provide an environment that is supportive of self-exploration and understanding through attendance and participation in intergroup dialogue. The goal of...
This course will focus on the process of thinking and problem solving in committees and small groups; methods of leading and participating in discussions and...
The course emphasizes the principles involved in the selection and organization of ideas and their effective presentation to a group.
Special Topics in the discipline, designed primarily for sophomores. Students may enroll in 295 Special Topics multiple times, as long as the topics differ.
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...
Students who major in Communication Studies are required to complete an internship for career exploration, job experience, and the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills...
This course will provide for the experiential learning of the elements of effective interpersonal communication. Students will observe, record, and analyze interpersonal transactions; opportunities for...
In everyday life, we are interdependent with others and face many challenges in interpersonal and group situations. The difference or disagreements in perceptions, goals, needs,...
For many years, programs in mediation, dialogue, and deliberation have been invaluable in helping people change their communicative patterns in order to improve their situations...
This course prepares students to be effective communicators in the workplace and includes interviewing, professional presentations at staff meetings, business writing, and interaction with a...
This course involves a critical study of the development, scope, influence, and theories of mass communication in America.
This course provides a broad overview of components of public relations in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Students will examine the concept of public...
This is a survey course that covers conceptual approaches to the study of human communication. There will be a emphasis on theories that focus on...
This course is cross-listed and is otherwise known as ITS 372. The ability to have access to communications is an important foundation for empowerment of...
Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for juniors. Students may enroll in 395 Special Topics multiple times, as long as the topics differ.
Students will study the ways in which beliefs, attitudes, and behavior are affected by communication in this course. The findings of behavioral research and contemporary...
Students in this course will approach public speeches and speech-making based on theory, performance and criticism. Students will both write and deliver their own addresses...
A study of the theories and research on the influence of artifacts, appearance, facial expression, gestures, paralanguage, posture, movement, space, time, and touch on human...
This course is an examination of communication and gender, including sex role stereotypes. The course provides a survey of how communication of and about gender...
An examination of the role played by communication in the bridging and separating of cultures. How norms, values, and expectations concerning the communication act itself...
An examination of the persuasive strategies used by mainstream politicians, social activists, and propagandists. Special emphasis is on the rituals and implicit rules of conducting...
The role of communication in complex organizations. Emphasis upon the role of communication styles of managers and employees in the creation of corporate culture. Dissemination...
Examination of the communication concepts that are fundamental to understanding interaction in the family. Exploration of how communication affects the development, maintenance, and enhancement of...
Students will study the process of arriving at reasons and conclusions; practice in debate; projects in analysis, research, ordering of arguments, and refutation.
Reviews a broad range of critical and theoretical approaches in contemporary visual practices. Students will learn how to find meaning and value in the images...
This required course is designed for Communication Studies majors. The course assignments and discussions will focus on communication ethics in interpersonal, group, family, public and...
Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for seniors who are majors or minors. Students may enroll in 495 Special Topics multiple times, as long...
Reading, research, discussion, or laboratory work, according to the interests of the student. Title indicating the content must be available at registration.
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