COM Course Rotation

The lists below reflect Communication Studies courses generally offered during a given semester based on an even or odd year (for example Fall 2014 = Fall Even, Spring 2013 = Spring Odd). This is a gernal list of courses offered, there is no garuntee that these courses will be avaiblable during a given semster. For an accurate and detailed list of courses offered during a specific semester please go to SeaNet and follow the "search for courses" link.

Fall Even

Course #

TITLE (credits)

101

Public Speaking (3)

104

Concepts in Communication Studies (3)*

*Not for PCOM/COM majors

105

Introduction to Communication Studies (3)

116

Performance of Literature (3)

160

Engaging Contemporary Media (3) [LC]

200

Research Methods (3)

212

Storytelling in the Community (3)

219

Voice and Diction (3)

220

Interpersonal Communication (3)

223

Mediation and Conflict Management (3)

226

Health Communication (3)

231

Integrated Marketing Communications I (3)

232

Writing as Strategic Communication (3)

246

Communication with Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Persons (3)

257

Argumentation and Debate (3)

258

Rhetoric of Popular Culture (3)

265

Media, Culture and Society I (3)

268

Broadcast Journalism I (3)

271

Small-Group Communication (3)

272

Introduction to Organizational Communication (3)

280

Digital Video Production I (3)

283

Digital Audio I (3)

286

Digital Multimedia (3)

301

Rhetorical Theory (3)

302

Applied Qualitative Research in Communication (3)

305

Communication Theory (3)

316

Storytelling and Community Engagement (3)

319

On-Camera Performance (4)

327

Communication and the Family (3)

334

Public Relations I (3)

338

Advertising I (3)

344

Intercultural Communication (3)

346

Interracial Communication (3)

352

Election Campaign (3)

355

Communication Analysis (3)

356

Speech Writing (3)

361

Media Law and Ethics (3)

362

Communication Ethics (3)

378

Business and Professional Communication (3)

380

Field Video Production I (3)

382

Studio Video Production I (4)

387

Desktop Publishing (3)

400

Communication Studies Capstone (3)

415

Performance Practicum (3)

420

Interpersonal Communication II(3)

424

Applying Coordinated Management of Meaning to the World Around Us (3)

425

Negotiation (3)

431

Integrated Marketing Communications II (3)

434

Public Relations II (3)

451

Public Speaking II (3)

458

Rhetoric of Faith Healing (3)

465

Media, Culture, and Society II (3)

466

Children and Media (3)

482

Studio Video Production II (4)

498

Internship in Communication Studies (3 or 6)

Spring Odd

Course #

TITLE (credits)

101

Public Speaking (3)

104

Concepts in Communication Studies (3)*

*Not for PCOM/COM majors

105

Introduction to Communication Studies (3)

116

Performance of Literature (3)

160

Engaging Contemporary Media (3) [LC]

200

Research Methods (3)

212

Storytelling in the Community (3)

220

Interpersonal Communication (3)

223

Mediation and Conflict Management (3)

226

Health Communication (3)

231

Integrated Marketing Communications I (3)

232

Writing as Strategic Communication (3)

246

Communication with Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Persons (3)

256

Persuasive Communication and Social Influence (3)

257

Argumentation and Debate (3)

258

Rhetoric of Popular Culture (3)

265

Media, Culture and Society I (3)

267

New Media (3)

268

Broadcast Journalism I (3)

271

Small-Group Communication (3)

272

Introduction to Organizational Communication (3)

280

Digital Video Production I (3)

288

3D Computer Animation I (3)

300

Applied Quantitative Research in Communication (3)

301

Rhetorical Theory (3)

305

Communication Theory (3)

326

Health Communication II (3)

334

Public Relations I (3)

343

Culture and Communication of Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Persons (3)

344

Intercultural Communication (3)

361

Media Law and Ethics (3)

372

Studies in Organizational Communication (3)

378

Business and Professional Communication (3)

382

Studio Video Production I (4)

383

Digital Audio II

387

Desktop Publishing (3)

400

Communication Studies Capstone (3)

415

Performance Practicum (3)

416

Storytelling and Communicating Culture (3)

421

Nonverbal Communication (3)

424

Applying Coordinated Management of Meaning to the World Around Us (3)

425

Negotiation (3)

427

Family Communication II

431

Integrated Marketing Communications II (3)

434

Public Relations II (3)

436

Public Relations Case Studies (3)

438

Advertising II

458

Rhetoric of Faith Healing (3)

474

Organizational Culture (3)

480

Field Video II

482

Studio Video Production II (4)

486

Digital Multimedia II (3)

498

Internship in Communication Studies (3 or 6)

Summer Odd

Course #

TITLE (credits)

101

Public Speaking (3)

116

Performance of Literature (3)

160

Engaging Contemporary Media (3) [LC]

265

Media, Culture and Society I (3)

268

Broadcast Journalism I (3)

272

Introduction to Organizational Communication (3)

301

Rhetorical Theory (3)

305

Communication Theory (3)

334

Public Relations I (3)

344

Intercultural Communication (3)

356

Speech Writing (3)

362

Communication Ethics (3)

400

Communication Studies Capstone (3)

495

Media, Identity & Difference

498

Internship in Communication Studies (3 or 6)

Fall Odd

Course #

TITLE (credits)

101

Public Speaking (3)

104

Concepts in Communication Studies (3)*

*Not for PCOM/COM majors

105

Introduction to Communication Studies (3)

116

Performance of Literature (3)

160

Engaging Contemporary Media (3) [LC]

200

Research Methods (3)

212

Storytelling in the Community (3)

219

Voice and Diction (3)

220

Interpersonal Communication (3)

223

Mediation and Conflict Management (3)

226

Health Communication (3)

231

Integrated Marketing Communications I (3)

232

Writing as Strategic Communication (3)

246

Communication with Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Persons (3)

257

Argumentation and Debate (3)

258

Rhetoric of Popular Culture (3)

265

Media, Culture and Society I (3)

268

Broadcast Journalism I (3)

271

Small-Group Communication (3)

272

Introduction to Organizational Communication (3)

280

Digital Video Production I (3)

283

Digital Audio I (3)

286

Digital Multimedia (3)

301

Rhetorical Theory (3)

302

Applied Qualitative Research in Communication (3)

305

Communication Theory (3)

316

Storytelling and Community Engagement (3)

319

On-Camera Performance (4)

327

Communication and the Family (3)

334

Public Relations I (3)

338

Advertising I (3)

344

Intercultural Communication (3)

346

Interracial Communication (3)

351

Media and Politics (3)

355

Communication Analysis (3)

356

Speech Writing (3)

361

Media Law and Ethics (3)

362

Communication Ethics (3)

374

Communication Consulting (3)

378

Business and Professional Communication (3)

380

Field Video Production I (3)

382

Studio Video Production I (4)

387

Desktop Publishing (3)

400

Communication Studies Capstone (3)

415

Performance Practicum (3)

420

Interpersonal Communication II(3)

424

Applying Coordinated Management of Meaning to the World Around Us (3)

425

Negotiation (3)

426

Health Communication Practicum (3)

431

Integrated Marketing Communications II (3)

434

Public Relations II (3)

451

Public Speaking II (3)

458

Rhetoric of Faith Healing (3)

465

Media, Culture, and Society II (3)

482

Studio Video Production II (4)

498

Internship in Communication Studies (3 or 6)

Spring Even

Course #

TITLE (credits)

101

Public Speaking (3)

104

Concepts in Communication Studies (3)*

*Not for PCOM/COM majors

105

Introduction to Communication Studies (3)

116

Performance of Literature (3)

160

Engaging Contemporary Media (3) [LC]

200

Research Methods (3)

212

Storytelling in the Community (3)

220

Interpersonal Communication (3)

223

Mediation and Conflict Management (3)

226

Health Communication (3)

231

Integrated Marketing Communications I (3)

232

Writing as Strategic Communication (3)

246

Communication with Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Persons (3)

250

Intro to Political Communication (3)

257

Argumentation and Debate (3)

258

Rhetoric of Popular Culture (3)

265

Media, Culture and Society I (3)

267

New Media (3)

268

Broadcast Journalism I (3)

271

Small-Group Communication (3)

272

Introduction to Organizational Communication (3)

280

Digital Video Production I (3)

283

Digital Audio I (3)

288

3D Computer Animation I (3)

300

Applied Quantitative Research in Communication (3)

301

Rhetorical Theory (3)

305

Communication Theory (3)

326

Health Communication II (3)

327

Communication and the Family (3)

334

Public Relations I (3)

343

Culture and Communication of Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Persons (3)

344

Intercultural Communication (3)

347

Aging and Communication (3)

361

Media Law and Ethics (3)

378

Business and Professional Communication (3)

382

Studio Video Production I (4)

383

Digital Audio II

387

Desktop Publishing (3)

400

Communication Studies Capstone (3)

415

Performance Practicum (3)

416

Storytelling and Communicating Culture (3)

421

Nonverbal Communication (3)

424

Applying Coordinated Management of Meaning to the World Around Us (3)

425

Negotiation (3)

431

Integrated Marketing Communications II (3)

434

Public Relations II (3)

436

Public Relations Case Studies (3)

438

Advertising II

458

Rhetoric of Faith Healing (3)

473

Communication Training and Development (3)

480

Field Video II

482

Studio Video Production II (4)

486

Digital Multimedia II (3)

498

Internship in Communication Studies (3 or 6)

Summer Even

Course #

TITLE (credits)

101

Public Speaking (3)

223

Mediation and Conflict Management (3)

265

Media, Culture and Society I (3)

272

Introduction to Organizational Communication (3)

301

Rhetorical Theory (3)

305

Communication Theory (3)

334

Public Relations I (3)

344

Intercultural Communication (3)

356

Speech Writing (3)

400

Communication Studies Capstone (3)

495

Media, Identity & Difference

498

Internship in Communication Studies (3 or 6)


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