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Undergraduate Communication

2019 Summer Term

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3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING

Communication 110

A basic course designed to help students increase their effectiveness in public speaking through classroom speeches. Emphasis is on research, preparation, organization, delivery, and visual aids, to enhance informative and persuasive speaking. The student will develop skills to communicate orally in clear, coherent language appropriate to purpose, occasion, and audience.


3 Units

PUBLIC RELATIONS TACTICS I

Communication 203

A beginning exploration of public relations communication styles as they apply to various media, including news releases, public service messages, media alerts, newsletters and brochures.


3 Units

PUBLIC RELATIONS TACTICS II

Communication 204

Instruction and practice in the theory, design, production and utilization of non-print media in the context of various public relations activities


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO CINEMA (GA)

Communication 236

Focuses on understanding and appreciating film as a unique visual communication experience. Includes an introduction to the understanding of film language and different theories of film aesthetics and criticism.


3 Units

COMMUNICATION AND TEAM BUILDING (GH)

Communication 242

This course is designed to demonstrate the importance of team building in today's work culture. Students learn how to create, participate in and lead successful working teams. The course will teach relationship building to foster interpersonal relationships and aid in conflict resolution.


3 Units

ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS RESEARCH LITERACY

Communication 275

Students will learn about information gathering for communication planning. They will learn to assess the quality of research reports. Students will study survey and group research methods. They will examine subscription data sources commonly used for advertising and public relations and learn about media tracking and Web page evaluation.


3 Units

PERSUASION

Communication 345

A study of the process of persuasion: Logical, ethical, and emotional appeals as well as organizational patterns and stylistic devices are addressed. Application and analysis of these techniques through term papers and speeches.


3 Units

MEDICAL COMMUNICATION & HEALTH LITERACY

Communication 369

Will familiarize students with common medical terminology, its usage, translating scientific jargon into everyday language for multiple target populations.


3 Units

CROSS CULTURAL COMMUNICATION (DV)(GS)

Communication 424

Study of cross cultural contacts and interactions when individuals are from different cultures. An analysis of verbal and nonverbal communication and related factors within and between various cultures, predictions of patterns and effects, and communication barriers.


1-3 Units

INTERNSHIP IN COMMUNICATION

Communication 493C

Professional experience in which the student who aspires to a career in the corporate and health industry works for an approved employer in his/her area of interest under the supervision of a professional in that field.


1-3 Units

INTERNSHIP IN ELECTRONIC MEDIA

Communication 493E

Professional experience in which the student who aspires to a career in the electronic media industry works for an approved employer in his/her area of interest under the supervision of a professional in that field.


1-3 Units

PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP

Communication 493I

Professional experience in which the student who aspires to a career in public relations works for an approved employer in his/her area of interest under the supervision of a professional in that field.


1-3 Units

MAGD INTERNSHIP

Communication 493M

The MAGD internship is a hands-on multimedia work experience that counts toward the Media Arts & Game Development Degree under the supervision of a professional in that field.

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