Communication

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Courses and Syllabi

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Undergraduate

100-Level Courses in COMM

COMM 100: 3 Credits

Public Speaking

Presents principles to develop effective presentations for public and professional settings while integrating appropriate technologies. Emphasizes analyzing audience; composing meaningful, coherent messages; conducting responsible research; developing effective arguments; and improving delivery skills to strengthen confidence and credibility. Read More »

33 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 101: 3 Credits

Interpersonal and Group Interaction

Presents principles to develop appropriate and effective communication strategies in one-to-one and small group communication settings. Emphasizes analyzing and assessing communication skills to create and sustain effective communication in personal and professional relationships. Read More »

16 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 140: 1 Credits

Forensics Seminar in Creative Arts

Intensive work in creative forensics events, including rhetorical criticism and informative, persuasive, extemporaneous, after-dinner, and impromptu speaking. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 141: 1 Credits

Forensics Seminar in Recreative Arts

Intensive work in recreative forensic events, including dramatic duo, program interpretation, poetry interpretation, dramatic interpretation, and prose interpretation. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 142: 1 Credits

Forensics Seminar in Debate: Affirmative Strategies

Work in affirmative research, case construction, and oral presentation; directed toward affirmative analysis of intercollegiate debate proposition. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 143: 1 Credits

Forensics Seminar in Debate: Negative Strategies

Work in negative research, case attacks, and oral presentation directed toward negative analysis of intercollegiate debate proposition. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 145: 1 Credits

Newspaper Workshop I

Practical experience in writing, editing, or business aspects of newspaper production at Broadside or other papers. Coordinated by newspaper faculty advisor. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 148: 1 Credits

Radio Workshop I

Practical experience in production, news writing, promotions, advertising, public relations, programming, or newscasting for student radio station WGMU. Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Rodger Smith — 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM T — Johnson Center G33
  • Section 002 — Rodger Smith — 01:30 PM to 02:45 PM T — Johnson Center G33

200-Level Courses in COMM

COMM 200: 3 Credits

Communication Theory

Introduces the field of communication, including perspectives on theory and research, topical areas within the discipline, basic research methodologies, and a survey of theories in those areas. Covers basic procedures for theory-building, research, and writing about communication. Read More »

4 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 201: 3 Credits

Small Group Communication

Principles of communicating effectively in small group situations. Emphasizes problem-solving group communication. Practice in working cooperatively with others to complete projects using systematic approach to problem solving. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Megan Hanna Tucker — 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM MW — Mason Hall D003

COMM 202: 3 Credits

Media and Society

Examines the relationship between media and society through the study of the development of various media systems in the United States, including print media, radio, television, film, the recording industry, and new communication technologies.¶ÿ Introduces media effects and basic theories. ¶ Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Richard T Craig — 09:00 AM to 10:15 AM MW — Mason Hall D003

COMM 203: 3 Credits

Introduction to Journalism

American journalism including history and First Amendment components; role of professional journalist; print, broadcast, and computer assisted news operations; economics of publishing; and effect of new technologies. Serves as starting point for those interested in journalism careers and as orientation for those interested in learning more about news business operations. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — John L Curry — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM R — Planetary Hall (formerly Science & Tech I) 206

COMM 210: 3 Credits

Voice and Articulation

Principles of voice production, with practice in effective vocal use of American English. Emphasizes student participation. Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Angela Suarez — 09:00 AM to 10:15 AM TR — Robinson A105
  • Section 002 — Angela Suarez — 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM TR — Thompson Hall L004

COMM 260: 3 Credits

Basic Debate Theory and Practice

Theory and practice of formal debate, including approaches to analytical reasoning, research, delivery, and conceptual basis for debate. Does not require tournament participation. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

300-Level Courses in COMM

COMM 300: 3 Credits

Foundations of Public Communication

Theories and principles of public communication, emphasizing methods of persuasion, critical analysis, speaker-listener alignments in public setting, and measurements of effective public communication. Read More »

5 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 301: 3 Credits

Foundations of Interpersonal Communication

Theories and principles of interpersonal communication emphasizing models of communication, verbal and nonverbal message systems, and analysis of communicative relationships. Read More »

4 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 302: 3 Credits

Foundations of Mass Communication

Theories and principles of mass communication emphasizing effects, the media as institution, and role of society. Read More »

4 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 303: 3 Credits

Writing across the Media

Foundation course focusing on writing for the mass media:¶ÿ Internet, public relations, newspapers, broadcast (television and radio) and advertising with a strong emphasis on adherence to Associated Press Style. Read More »

4 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 305: 3 Credits

Foundations of Intercultural Communication

Analyzes communication variables as they relate to intercultural encounters. Emphasizes culture's influence on communication process, particularly influence of verbal and nonverbal communication on how message is interpreted. Read More »

5 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 307: 3 Credits

Field Study in Communication

Structured communication learning experience: one to three weeks of travel in a foreign environment involving another country or relevant U.S. co-cultures. Students must complete appropriate readings, laboratory assignments, and personal learning paper to process communication concepts and experiences. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 310: 3 Credits

Oral Interpretation

Principles and theories of oral interpretation. Practice in oral communication of prose, poetry, and drama. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Susan Tomasovic — 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM TR — David King Hall 1011B

COMM 320: 3 Credits

Business and Professional Communication

Study of basic theories and skills of communication in professional contexts, including interviewing, relationship maintenance, small group teams, and public presentations. Emphasizes developing practical and critical thinking skills. Read More »

4 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 326: 3 Credits

Rhetoric of Social Movements and Political Controversy

Social and political forces of contemporary era from communication perspective, emphasizing political leadership, pressures for social and political change, and transformations in communicative environment. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 330: 3 Credits

Principles of Public Relations

Surveys nature, history, scope, and practice of public relations in business, trade associations, nonprofit organizations, and educational and government institutions. Covers principles, practice of public relations, including media relations, issues management, and public service announcements; marketing and research; planning and publicity for special events; house publications; and institutional advertising. Read More »

3 Sections Currently Scheduled

  • Section 002 — Suzanne Lowery Mims — 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM TR — Krug Hall 5
  • Section 003 — Sergei A Samoilenko — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM T — Innovation Hall 206
  • Section 005 — Katherine E Rowan — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM R — Exploratory Hall (formerly Science and Tech II) L111

COMM 332: 3 Credits

Nonverbal Communication

Theory, principles, and methods to analyze nonverbal communication. Emphasizes physical behavior, facial expression, personal space and territoriality, physical appearance, vocal cues, and environment. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Barra Kahn — 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM TR — West Building 1007

COMM 335: 3 Credits

Organizational Communication

Theory, practice, and methods to analyze communication in organizations. Emphasizes process and structure, interaction formats, mechanisms for modification, and career paths in organizational communication. Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Jordan M Alpert — 01:30 PM to 02:45 PM MW — Robinson B224
  • Section 002 — Sergei A Samoilenko — 01:30 PM to 02:45 PM TR — Krug Hall 5

COMM 340: 1 Credits

Forensics Seminar in Creative Arts

Intensive work in various types of creative forensics events, including rhetorical criticism and informative, persuasive, extemporaneous, after-dinner, and impromptu speaking. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 341: 1 Credits

Forensics Seminar in Recreative Arts

Intensive work in various types of recreative forensics events, including dramatic duo, program interpretation, poetry interpretation, dramatic interpretation, and prose interpretation. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 342: 1 Credits

Forensics Seminar in Debate: Affirmative Strategies

Work in affirmative research, case construction, and oral presentation directed toward affirmative analysis of intercollegiate debate proposition. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 343: 1 Credits

Forensics Seminar in Debate: Negative Strategies

Work in negative research, case attacks, and oral presentation directed toward negative analysis of intercollegiate debate proposition. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 345: 1 Credits

Newspaper Workshop II

Practical experience in writing and editing for student newspaper or other papers. Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Kathryn Mangus — 01:30 PM to 02:45 PM W — The Hub (SUB II) 1202
  • Section 002 — Kathryn Mangus — 03:00 PM to 03:50 PM W — The Hub (SUB II) 1202

COMM 346: 1 Credits

Yearbook Workshop

Practical experience in promotion, marketing, and sales of video yearbook, or practical experience working on Senior Expressions , a print supplement to the video yearbook. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Jason Blair Hartsel — 03:00 PM to 04:15 PM R — The Hub (SUB II) 1202

COMM 347: 1 Credits

Cable TV Programming and Marketing

Practical experience in television programming, promotion, and marketing of a campus television cable network operation. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 348: 1 Credits

Radio Workshop II

Intense practical application of previously acquired skills in production, promotions, advertising, public relations, programming, or news writing for student radio station WGMU. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Rodger Smith — 03:00 PM to 04:15 PM T — Johnson Center G33

COMM 350: 3 Credits

Mass Communication and Public Policy

Investigates how matters of public importance are communicated via various mass communication channels. Emphasizes regulations to minimize influence of mass media on public decision-making, and media manipulation by pressure groups, politicians, and media gatekeepers. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 351: 3 Credits

News Writing and Reporting

Experience in actual news gathering. Students write and report for print and online outlets. Numerous in-class and out-of-class writing assignments train students in unique styles of print and online journalism. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — N/A — 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM TR — Innovation Hall 336

COMM 355: 3 Credits

Video Principles and Practices

General introduction to video production including camera, audio, lighting, and editing. Lab work required. ¶ Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

COMM 356: 3 Credits

Video: Performance and Writing

Writing for video, performance skills for on-air work, interviewing. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 358: 3 Credits

Video Producing and Directing

Introduces techniques, theory, and practices in producing and directing including studio and field producing and directing, budget, floor plans, and production material associated with video productions. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 360: 3 Credits

Video Editing

Focus on advanced techniques in digital editing, software associated with video editing (Final Cut Pro), theories of video editing and necessary skills associated with digital editing. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 361: 3 Credits

Online Journalism

Focuses on online journalism, research, reporting, web page and weblog creation, and writing for Internet. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Howard P Kamen — 07:20 PM to 10:00 PM W — Innovation Hall 320

COMM 362: 3 Credits

Argument and Public Policy

Develops argumentative skills while examining contemporary public policy. Applies methods of argumentative analysis to design, implementation of public policy. Students learn by constructing, examining, and using public argument. Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Warren D Decker — 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM TR — Robinson B202
  • Section 002 — Warren D Decker — 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM TR — Robinson B228

COMM 370: 3 Credits

Feature Writing

Introduces aspiring journalists to research techniques and critical writing skills needed to produce publishable magazine or newspaper feature stories. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Mark D. Green — 07:20 PM to 10:00 PM T — Innovation Hall 330

COMM 371: 3 Credits

Sports Writing and Reporting

Experience in actual sports-related news gathering and reporting. Covers writing and reporting on sports-related subjects for print and online media. Numerous in-class and out-of-class writing assignments train students in the unique style of covering sports events, reporting breaking news, and writing feature stories. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Steve Klein — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM T — Innovation Hall 333

COMM 372: 3 Credits

Sports and the Media

Examines the role of mass media in constructing images of athletes, sport, and sports culture. Critical attention is given to broadcast, print, and film of sport media. Assesses sociological and cultural issues that shape sport media and culture. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Rodger Smith — 09:00 AM to 10:15 AM MW — Nguyen Engineering Building 1109

COMM 375: 3 Credits

Mass Communication Advertising and Promotions

History, regulation, and ratings of advertising, as well as media buying, advertising campaigns, and strengths and weaknesses of media vehicles used in advertising. Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

COMM 380: 3 Credits

Media Criticism

Examines practical criticism of a wide variety of media texts including television programs, newspapers, articles, films, photographs, and advertisements. Introduces principles of major contemporary modes of analysis for systematically interpreting visual and verbal forms of communication. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Tim Gibson — 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM TR — Planetary Hall (formerly Science & Tech I) 127

COMM 389: 3 Credits

Public Relations for Associations and Nonprofits

Principles of editing and journalism applied to publications, public relations, and advertising needs within corporate environment. Job requirements of editorial positions in public relations, publications, and information as defined by trade associations, nonprofit organizations, and large corporations. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 390: 3 Credits

Issues in Public Relations

Focuses on current issues in corporate, government, and nonprofit public relations. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Mitchell E. Marovitz — 01:30 PM to 02:45 PM MW — Innovation Hall 131

COMM 391: 3 Credits

Writing for Public Relations

Focuses on public relations writing including news releases, client memos, broadcasting, speeches, brochures, journals, and advertisements. Includes writing styles, formats, organization, and writing research. Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM M — Innovation Hall 318
  • Section 002 — Suzanne Lowery Mims — 01:30 PM to 02:45 PM TR — Innovation Hall 203

COMM 399: 1-3 Credits

Special Topics in Communication

Topics vary; some require laboratories. Read More »

4 Sections Currently Scheduled »

400-Level Courses in COMM

COMM 400: 3 Credits

Research Methods in Communication

Explores applications for primary research methodologies used in communication. Research project with focus on survey, critical ethnographic, or experimental methodologies. Read More »

3 Sections Currently Scheduled

COMM 401: 3 Credits

Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace

Comprehensive study of theories and research associated with dynamics of interpersonal relationships in the workplace. Emphasizes individual motivation, interpersonal needs, communication styles, leadership, problem solving, decision making, diversity, interpersonal conflict, individual adaptation to organizational change, and influence of technology on workplace relationships. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 412: 3 Credits

Politics and the Mass Media

Covers responsibilities; freedoms of mass media in a democracy; and media influence on citizens' opinions, elections, and decisions of public officials. Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Robert Lichter — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM R — Planetary Hall (formerly Science & Tech I) 127
  • Section 002 — A. Trevor Thrall — 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM TR — Music Theater Building (formerly Fine Arts Building) 1006

COMM 430: 3 Credits

Persuasion

Theories of persuasive communication including traditional and contemporary attitudinal change; relationship among speaker, message, and audience; and relationship between attitudinal and behavioral change. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Emily Peterson — 12:00 PM to 01:15 PM TR — Nguyen Engineering Building 1110

COMM 432: 3 Credits

Political Communication

Studies how political communication shapes development of "political reality." Examines interactions between media and politics with respect to the ways communication functions in political settings. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Emily K. Vraga — 01:30 PM to 02:45 PM TR — Nguyen Engineering Building 1108

COMM 440: 3 Credits

Special Occasion Speaking

Provides students with the opportunities to develop speaking skills for a variety of contexts from eulogies to commencement speeches. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Jeremy Hodgson — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM R — Innovation Hall 137

COMM 450: 3 Credits

Internship in Communication

On-the-job training in communication through approved field work study programs. Internships arranged and supervised by Department of Communication through internship coordinator. Related class work in resume preparation and job interviewing. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Michael Dickerson — 07:20 PM to 10:00 PM R — Lecture Hall 2

COMM 451: 3 Credits

Facilitating Communication Education

Theory and practice in facilitating learning of communication principles and skills. Students work as instructor aides in lower-division classes under supervision of faculty member. Activities include facilitating small-group activities and individually critiquing oral performances. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 452: 3 Credits

Media Production Practicum

Theory and practice in creation, distribution, and response to media productions. Students complete minimum 150 hours of work as assistants to engineers, producers, directors, and organizers of media production facilities on campus, under supervision of faculty members. Activities include working on telecourses, public relations videos, and multimedia projects; aiding in creating in-house productions for departments; and working as cable caster for master control campus operations. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 453: 3 Credits

Multimedia Journalism

Applies concepts of advanced visual storytelling within today's fluid media landscape. Students report and tell compelling stories across multiple platforms using simple, portable equipment and software essential to reporters working in the contemporary converged newsroom. Highlights a multimedia approach to journalism to include broadcast, mobile reporting skills and backpack journalism techniques. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — David Miller — 01:30 PM to 04:15 PM W — David King Hall 1011B

COMM 454: 3 Credits

Free Speech and Ethics

Major issues surrounding roles of speech, press, and electronic media in society. Includes history of free speech and press issues in society, government role in regulating marketplace of ideas, and responsibility of individual in free society. Read More »

2 Sections Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — John W Davis — 03:00 PM to 04:15 PM TR — Robinson B228
  • Section 002 — John W Davis — 07:20 PM to 10:00 PM T — Planetary Hall (formerly Science & Tech I) 120

COMM 475: 3 Credits

Journalism Law

Examines law as it relates to working journalist. Topics include libel, invasion of privacy, free press and fair trial, First Amendment, broadcast regulation, access to media, advertising, and effect of new technologies on these issues. Uses case approach to study leading court decisions in mass media law. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Christopher J Farrell — 07:20 PM to 10:00 PM R — Krug Hall 242

COMM 480: 1 Credits

College to Career: Strategies for Transition

Designed to assist soon-to-be graduates in the employment transition process. Fundamental to the course are effective communication skills, creative research, and the desire to actively and aggressively seek meaningful employment. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 491: 3 Credits

Honors Research Project in Communication

Completion of independent honors research project under the guidance of the student's faculty sponsor. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

Topics in COMM

COMM 399: 1-3 Credits

Special Topics in Communication

Topics vary; some require laboratories. Read More »

4 Sections Currently Scheduled »

COMM 465: 3 Credits

Topics in Communication and Gender (not currently offered)

Topics may include gender and culture, women as rhetors, male and female communication, and communication and gender roles. Examines specific interests, ideally in seminar setting.

Graduate

600-Level Courses in COMM

COMM 605: 3 Credits

Intercultural Communication

Analyzes communication variables related to communication across cultures. Topics include nonverbal communication, time conceptualizations, perceptions and attitudes, values, social organization patterns, cultural norms, language, ethics, conflict across cultures, and research in intercultural communication. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM M — Innovation Hall 131

COMM 630: 3 Credits

Theories of Public Relations

Provides a survey of public relations theories and major ethical issues. Examines ways theories relate to organizations, mass and international communication research, rhetoric, persuasion, and social movements. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Carl Botan — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM T — Music Theater Building (formerly Fine Arts Building) 1004

COMM 632: 3 Credits

Persuasion Theory

Introduces students to the processes and effects of persuasive communication. Covers key theories of persuasion, behavior change, information processing, message effects, as well as important frameworks that guide the practice of persuasion in applied settings. Particular attention is paid to message features that generate predictable effects and how such effects may vary across different communicative situations. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Xiaoquan Zhao — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM W — Robinson A101

COMM 642: 3 Credits

Science and the Public

Examines the relationship between science and society, with a particular emphasis on the role of communication in shaping public opinion on issues related to science and technology. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Chris Clarke — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM R — Innovation Hall 207

COMM 653: 3 Credits

Graduate Seminar in Instructional Communication

Investigates theoretical and practical implications of instructional communication. Exposes graduate students to communication principles and practices of teaching college courses at upper and lower divisions. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 660: 3 Credits

Climate Change and Sustainability Communication Campaigns

Offers practical application, skill development, and theoretical basis of communication campaigns developed in response to global warming and other threats to sustainability.¶ÿ Focuses on purposive campaigns to promote changes in individual behavior and public policy. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

COMM 690: 3 Credits

Special Topics in Communication

Explores contemporary issues in communication theory, research, and practice. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

700-Level Courses in COMM

COMM 721: 3 Credits

E-Health Communication

Explores the use of computer-mediated communication technologies in health care and health promotion, including examination of technology in health information dissemination, health education, health communication interventions, and the management of health care delivery. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Gary Kreps — 07:20 PM to 10:00 PM W — Robinson A123

COMM 725: 3 Credits

Qualitative Methods

Examines qualitative research in communication. Emphasis is placed on techniques of naturalistic inquiry such as observation, interviewing, focus group methods, and ethnography, as well as tools for analyzing and reporting qualitative data. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Carla L Fisher — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM T — Research Hall 201

COMM 798: 3 Credits

Communication Studies Project

Final research seminar for all MA in communication students. Students discuss practical and theoretical issues related to project or thesis. Includes readings related to underlying theoretical, methodological, and ethical issues facing contemporary communication researchers and practitioners. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

  • Section 001 — Gary Kreps — 04:30 PM to 07:10 PM W — Robinson A123

800-Level Courses in COMM

COMM 890: 3 Credits

Special Topics in Communication

Selected topics reflecting specialized areas in communication. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled

Topics in COMM

COMM 890: 3 Credits

Special Topics in Communication

Selected topics reflecting specialized areas in communication. Read More »

1 Section Currently Scheduled