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Fall 2017 - Business Communication Major with a Specialization in Corporate Communication  (See below for changes to the Major that will take place in spring 2018.) 

The business communication major is designed for students who are interested in careers in business journalism, corporate communication, or graphic communication. Because the business communication field is essentially interdisciplinary in nature, the program integrates courses from several departments in the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences and the Zicklin School of Business.

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showcourse

COM 3020

Communication and Advocacy in Business and Public Affairs

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3045

Communication Law and Free Speech

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3057
DisciplineCOM
Introduction to Digital Communication and Culture3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3058

The Ethics of Image Making: Film, Television, and Digital Media

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3059

Video Communication and Production

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3060

Media Analysis and Criticism

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3062

Studies in Electronic Media

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3065
DisciplineCOM
American Public Address 3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3067

American Television Programming

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3069

Intercultural Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3070

Persuasion

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3071

Argumentation and Debate

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3074
DisciplineCOM
Elements of Legal Argumentation 3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3075

Interpersonal and Group Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3076

International Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3077

Interpersonal Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3078

Group Communication

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3079
DisciplineCOM

Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Communication

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3080
DisciplineCOM
Virtual Teamwork3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3081
DisciplineCOM

Organizations in International Development

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3110
DisciplineCOM
Contemporary Issues in Digital Media3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3111
DisciplineCOM

Markets, Media, and Meaning

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3800

Principles of Public Relations

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4000

Corporate Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4005

Public Relations Writing

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4010

Public Relations Campaigns

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4059

Advanced Video Communication and Production

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics

variable

showcourse

COM 4900

Topics in Communication Studies

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4905
DisciplineCOM
Language and Social Interaction 3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4906
DisciplineCOM
Communication Research Strategies3 credits

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Effective Spring 2018  Business Communication Major with a Specialization in Corporate Communication   

The business communication major is designed for students who are interested in careers in business journalism, corporate communication, or graphic communication. Because the business communication field is essentially interdisciplinary in nature, the program integrates courses from several departments in the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences and the Zicklin School of Business.

The corporate communication specialization prepares students for careers as communication specialists in business, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations in such fields as media relations, investor relations, corporate advertising, and employee communication. Interested students should contact the Department of Communication Studies at 646-312-3720.

The major also offers specializations in graphic communication (see the Department of Fine and Performing Arts listing) and business writing (see the Department of Journalism and the Writing Professions listing).

Program Prerequisites                   15 credits

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Introduction to Business3 credits
or  
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Business Fundamentals: The Contemporary Business Landscape3 credits
   

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DisciplineCIS
 

Introduction to Information Systems and Technologies

3 credits

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DisciplineMGT
 

Fundamentals of Management

3 credits

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DisciplineMKT
 

Marketing Foundations

3 credits

   

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DisciplineSTA
 

Business Statistics I

3 credits

or       

 

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DisciplineSTA
 

Statistics for Social Science

3 credits

or       

 

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DisciplineECO
 

Micro-Economics
(may be applied to the base curriculum - Baruch Common Core)

3 credits

or       

 

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DisciplineECO
 

Macro-Economics
(may be applied to the base curriculum - Baruch Common Core)

3 credits

or  

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DisciplineECO
 

Current Economic Problems

3 credits

Major/Specialization:                30 credits

Interdisciplinary Core                   12 credits

Business Communication

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Business Communication

3 credits

Marketing/Advertising
Choose one course:

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DisciplineMKT
 

Advertising and Marketing Communications

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3600
DisciplineMKT
 

Marketing Research

(Students must complete 

Showcourse v
CourseNumber2000
DisciplineSTA
 as a course prerequisite)

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3605
DisciplineMKT
 

Consumer Behavior

3 credits

Management
Choose one course:

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DisciplineMGT

Management: A Behavioral Approach

3 credits

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CourseNumber3800
DisciplineMGT
 

Management and Society

3 credits

Ethics

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DisciplinePHI

Ethics and Critical Thinking

3 credits

Specialization Requirements                   18 credits

Required Courses                   9 credits

Showcourse v
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DisciplineCOM
Managerial Communication Within Organizations3 credits
Showcourse v
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DisciplineCOM
Communication for Executives3 credits
Showcourse v
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DisciplineCOM
Internship in Business and Public Communication3 credits

Electives                   9 credits

showcourse

COM 3020

Communication and Advocacy in Business and Public Affairs

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3045

Communication Law and Free Speech

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3057
DisciplineCOM
Introduction to Digital Communication and Culture3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3058

The Ethics of Image Making: Film, Television, and Digital Media

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3059

Video Communication and Production

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3060

Media Analysis and Criticism

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3062

Studies in Electronic Media

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3064
DisciplineCOM
Classical Rhetoric3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3065
DisciplineCOM
American Public Address 3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3067

American Television Programming

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3069

Intercultural Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3070

Persuasion

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3071

Argumentation and Debate

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3074
DisciplineCOM
Elements of Legal Argumentation 3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3075

Interpersonal and Group Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3076

International Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3077

Interpersonal Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3078

Group Communication

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3079
DisciplineCOM

Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Communication

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3080
DisciplineCOM
Virtual Teamwork3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3081
DisciplineCOM

Organizations in International Development

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3082
DisciplineCOM
Gender Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3090
DisciplineCOM
Nonverbal Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3110
DisciplineCOM
Contemporary Issues in Digital Media3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3111
DisciplineCOM

Markets, Media, and Meaning

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3800

Principles of Public Relations

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4000

Corporate Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4005

Public Relations Writing

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4010

Public Relations Campaigns

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4059

Advanced Video Communication and Production

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics

variable

showcourse

COM 4900

Topics in Communication Studies

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4905
DisciplineCOM
Language and Social Interaction 3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4906
DisciplineCOM
Communication Research Strategies3 credits

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comstudies

Fall 2017 - Communication Studies Major with Specializations in (See below for changes to the Major that will take place in spring 2018.)  

With Specializations in:

  • Interpersonal and Group Communication
  • Intercultural and International Communication
  • Rhetoric and Public Advocacy
  • Digital Communication and Culture

...

Interested students should contact the Department of Communication Studies at 646-312-3720 or visit the department's website.

 

Required Course

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Introduction to Communication Studies3 credits
Foundation Courses  Choose one course each from the three areas that are not your concentration  (9 credits)
Interpersonal and Group Communication
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3077
DisciplineCOM
Interpersonal Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3078
DisciplineCOM
Group Communication3 credits
Intercultural and International Communication
 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3069
DisciplineCOM
Intercultural Communication3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3076
DisciplineCOM

International Communication3 credits
Rhetoric and Public Advocacy
 

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3045
DisciplineCOM
 

Communication Law and Free Speech (

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3045
DisciplinePHI
)

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3070
DisciplineCOM
Persuasion 3 credits
Digital Communication and Culture
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3057
DisciplineCOM
Introduction to Digital Communication and Culture3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3062
DisciplineCOM

Studies in Electronic Media

3 credits
Concentrations Choose one of the following (12 credits) 
Interpersonal and Group Communication
  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3077
DisciplineCOM

Interpersonal Communication

3 credits
Plus three of the following:  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3078
DisciplineCOM
Group Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3079
DisciplineCOM
Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Communication 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3080
DisciplineCOM
Virtual Teamwork3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics * 

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)   

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4900
DisciplineCOM

Topics in Communication Studies

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4905
DisciplineCOM

Language and Social Interaction

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4906
DisciplineCOM

Communication Research Strategies

3 credits 
Intercultural and International Communication
  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3069
DisciplineCOM
Intercultural Communication3 credits
Plus three of the following:  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3076
DisciplineCOM
International Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3079
DisciplineCOM

Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Communication 

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3080
DisciplineCOM
Virtual Teamwork3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3081
DisciplineCOM

Organizations in International Development

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4015
DisciplineCOM
The Globalization of English (
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4015
DisciplineENG
,
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4015
DisciplineSOC
)
3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics * 

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4900
DisciplineCOM

Topics in Communication Studies

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4905
DisciplineCOM

Language and Social Interaction

3 credits
Rhetoric and Public Advocacy

  

 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3045
DisciplineCOM
Communication Law and Free Speech (
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3045
DisciplinePHI
)
3 credits
Plus three of the following:  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3064
DisciplineCOM
Classical Rhetoric3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3065
DisciplineCOM

American Public Address

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3066
DisciplineCOM
Modern Frontiers of Rhetoric3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3070
DisciplineCOM

Persuasion3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3071
DisciplineCOM
Argumentation and Debate3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3074
DisciplineCOM
Elements of Legal Argumentation3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3111
DisciplineCOM

Markets, Media, and Meaning 

3 credits 

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics *

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits
Digital Communication and Culture
  

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3057
DisciplineCOM

Introduction to Digital Communication and Culture3 credits
Plus three of the following:  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3058
DisciplineCOM
Ethics of Image Making: Film, Television, and Digital Media 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3060
DisciplineCOM

Media Analysis and Criticism

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3062
DisciplineCOM
Studies in Electronic Media 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3067
DisciplineCOM
American Television Programming 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3076
DisciplineCOM
International Communication 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3110
DisciplineCOM
Contemporary Issues in Digital Media3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3111
DisciplineCOM

Markets, Media, and Meaning

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics *

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits 
Communication Studies ElectivesChoose any two COM courses at the 3000-level or above6 credits 
Especially recommended: 3 credits 

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4906
DisciplineCOM

Communication Research Strategies3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber5010
DisciplineCOM
Internship in Business and Public Communication 3 credits
  
* Students may enroll in COM 4101 more than once if the topic is different. 
 
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Effective Spring 2018 - Communication Studies Major with Specializations in
  • Interpersonal and Group Communication
  • Intercultural and International Communication
  • Rhetoric and Public Advocacy
  • Digital Communication and Culture

Communication Studies (CS) is both a scholarly and professional academic field that focuses on processes of communication ranging from the spoken word to global media in interpersonal, organizational, cultural, political, and international contexts.

The major is an ideal springboard for a variety of graduate degrees and - due to the spread of globalization and digital communication - the basis for an increasing number of new careers.

Interested students should contact the Department of Communication Studies at 646-312-3720 or visit the department's website.

 

 Program Prerequisite
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DisciplinePHI
 
Ethics and Critical Thinking3 credits
Required Course
Showcourse v
CourseNumber2000
DisciplineCOM
 
Introduction to Communication Studies3 credits
Foundation Courses  Choose one course each from the three areas that are not your concentration  (9 credits)
Interpersonal and Group Communication
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3077
DisciplineCOM
Interpersonal Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3078
DisciplineCOM
Group Communication3 credits
Intercultural and International Communication
 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3069
DisciplineCOM
Intercultural Communication3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3076
DisciplineCOM

International Communication3 credits
Rhetoric and Public Advocacy
 

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3045
DisciplineCOM
 

Communication Law and Free Speech (

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3045
DisciplinePHI
)

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3070
DisciplineCOM
Persuasion 3 credits
Digital Communication and Culture
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3057
DisciplineCOM
Introduction to Digital Communication and Culture3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3062
DisciplineCOM

Studies in Electronic Media

3 credits
Concentrations Choose one of the following (12 credits) 
Interpersonal and Group Communication
  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3077
DisciplineCOM

Interpersonal Communication

3 credits
Plus three of the following:  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3078
DisciplineCOM
Group Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3079
DisciplineCOM
Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Communication 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3080
DisciplineCOM
Virtual Teamwork3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3082
DisciplineCOM
Gender Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3090
DisciplineCOM
Nonverbal Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics * 

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)   

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4900
DisciplineCOM

Topics in Communication Studies

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4905
DisciplineCOM

Language and Social Interaction

3 credits 
Intercultural and International Communication
  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3069
DisciplineCOM
Intercultural Communication3 credits
Plus three of the following:  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3076
DisciplineCOM
International Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3079
DisciplineCOM

Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Communication 

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3080
DisciplineCOM
Virtual Teamwork3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3082
DisciplineCOM
Gender Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3081
DisciplineCOM

Organizations in International Development

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4015
DisciplineCOM
The Globalization of English (
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4015
DisciplineENG
,
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4015
DisciplineSOC
)
3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics * 

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4900
DisciplineCOM

Topics in Communication Studies

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4905
DisciplineCOM

Language and Social Interaction

3 credits
Rhetoric and Public Advocacy

  

 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3045
DisciplineCOM
Communication Law and Free Speech (
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3045
DisciplinePHI
)
3 credits
Plus three of the following:  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3064
DisciplineCOM
Classical Rhetoric3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3065
DisciplineCOM

American Public Address

3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3066
DisciplineCOM
Modern Frontiers of Rhetoric3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3070
DisciplineCOM

Persuasion3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3071
DisciplineCOM
Argumentation and Debate3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3074
DisciplineCOM
Elements of Legal Argumentation3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3111
DisciplineCOM

Markets, Media, and Meaning 

3 credits 

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics *

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits
Digital Communication and Culture
  

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3057
DisciplineCOM

Introduction to Digital Communication and Culture3 credits
Plus three of the following:  
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3058
DisciplineCOM
Ethics of Image Making: Film, Television, and Digital Media 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3059
DisciplineCOM
Video Communication and Production3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3060
DisciplineCOM

Media Analysis and Criticism

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3062
DisciplineCOM
Studies in Electronic Media 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3067
DisciplineCOM
American Television Programming 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3076
DisciplineCOM
International Communication 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3110
DisciplineCOM
Contemporary Issues in Digital Media3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3111
DisciplineCOM

Markets, Media, and Meaning

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4059
DisciplineCOM
Advanced Video Communication and Production3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics *

(Subject to departmental approval. Please check the departmental website for approved courses in this concentration)  

3 credits 
Communication Studies ElectivesChoose any two COM courses at the 3000-level or above6 credits 
Especially recommended: 3 credits 

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4906
DisciplineCOM

Communication Research Strategies3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber5010
DisciplineCOM
Internship in Business and Public Communication 3 credits
  
* Students may enroll in COM 4101 more than once if the topic is different. 
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showcourse

COM 3045

Communication Law and Free Speech

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3057
DisciplineCOM
 
Introduction to Digital Communication and Culture3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3058

The Ethics of Image Making: Film, Television, and Digital Media

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3059

Video Communication and Production

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3060

Media Analysis and Criticism

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3061

Speech Composition and Delivery

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3062

Studies in Electronic Media

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3064
DisciplineCOM
Classical Rhetoric3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3065
DisciplineCOM
American Public Address 3 credits 
showcourse-v
CourseNumber3066
DisciplineCOM
Modern Frontiers of Rhetoric3 credits

showcourse

COM 3067

American Television Programming

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3068

Managerial Communication Within Organizations

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3069

Intercultural Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3070

Persuasion

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3071

Argumentation and Debate

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3074
DisciplineCOM
Elements of Legal Argumentation 3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3075

Interpersonal and Group Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3076

International Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3077

Interpersonal Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3078

Group Communication

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3079
DisciplineCOM

Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Communication

3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3080
DisciplineCOM
Virtual Teamwork3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3082
DisciplineCOM
Gender Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3090
DisciplineCOM
Nonverbal Communication3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3081
DisciplineCOM

Organizations in International Development

3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3102

Communication for Executives

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3110
DisciplineCOM
Contemporary Issues in Digital Media3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3111
DisciplineCOM

Markets, Media, and Meaning

3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3150

Business Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 3800

Principles of Public Relations

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4000

Corporate Communication

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4005

Public Relations Writing

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4010

Public Relations Campaigns

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4059

Advanced Video Communication and Production

3 credits

showcourse

COM 4063

Advanced Speech Writing

3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4101
DisciplineCOM

Selected Topics

variable

...

showcourse

COM 1010

Speech Communication

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 2000

Introduction to Communication Studies

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3014

Intensive Voice and Diction

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3020

Communication and Advocacy in Business and Public Affairs

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3040

Information and Society (

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3040
DisciplineLIB
), (
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3040
DisciplinePAF
)

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3045

Communication Law and Free Speech

3 hours; 3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3057
DisciplineCOM
Introduction to Digital Communication and Culture3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3058

The Ethics of Image Making: Film, Television, and Digital Media

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3059

Video Communication and Production

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3060

Media Analysis and Criticism

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3061

Speech Composition and Delivery

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3062

Studies in Electronic Media

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3063

Speaking to the Camera

3 hours; 3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3065
DisciplineCOM
American Public Address 3 hours; 3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3067

American Television Programming

4 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3068

Managerial Communication Within Organizations

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3069

Intercultural Communication

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3070

Persuasion

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3071

Argumentation and Debate

3 hours; 3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3074
DisciplineCOM
Elements of Legal Argumentation 3 hours' 3 credits 

showcourse

COM 3075

Interpersonal and Group Communication

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3076

International Communication

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3077

Interpersonal Communication

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3078

Group Communication

3 hours; 3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3079
DisciplineCOM

Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Communication

3 hours; 3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3080
DisciplineCOM
Virtual Teamwork3 hours; 3 credits 
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3082
DisciplineCOM
Gender Communication3 hours; 3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3090
DisciplineCOM
Nonverbal Communication3 hours; 3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3081
DisciplineCOM

Organizations in International Development

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3102

Communication for Executives

3 hours; 3 credits

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3110
DisciplineCOM
Contemporary Issues in Digital Media3 hours; 3 credits
Showcourse v
CourseNumber3111
DisciplineCOM

Markets, Media, and Meaning

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3150

Business Communication (

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3150
DisciplineJRN
)

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3700

Introduction to Linguistics and Language Learning (

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3700
DisciplineENG
)

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3750

The Structure and History of English (

Showcourse v
CourseNumber3750
DisciplineENG
)

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 3800

Principles of Public Relations

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 4000

Corporate Communication

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 4005

Public Relations Writing

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 4010

Public Relations Campaigns

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 4015

The Globalization of English (

Showcourse v
CourseNumber4015
DisciplineENG
), (
Showcourse v
CourseNumber4015
DisciplineSOC
)

3 hours; 3 credits

showcourse

COM 4059

Advanced Video Communication and Production

3 hours; 3 credits

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COM 4063

Advanced Speech Writing

3 hours; 3 credits

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COM 4101

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

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COM 4110

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

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COM 4900

Topics in Communication Studies

3 hours; 3 credits

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Language and Social Interaction3 hours; 3 credits
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Communication Research Strategies3 hours; 3 credits

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COM 5000

Independent Study I

Hours and credits to be arranged

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COM 5001

Independent Study II

Hours and credits to be arranged

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COM 5010

Internship in Business and Public Communication

8 - 10 hours plus periodic conferences with internship coordinator; 3 credits

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COM 5011

Internship in Business and Public Communication

8 - 10 hours plus periodic conferences with internship coordinator; 3 credits

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COM 6001H

Honors in Communication Studies I

3 hours; 3 credits per semester

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COM 6002H

Honors in Communication Studies II

3 hours; 3 credits per semester

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