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Semester Course Offerings



School of Communication Studies

2015-2016 Courses Offered by Semester

Updated August 2015

For Advising/Scheduling Purposes

 

Every semester         

240/241 Intro to Com Theory/Com Theory Lab (6 sections)***

242 Presentational Speaking (5 sections)

260 Introduction to Public Relations (1 section)

261 PR Techniques – Writing (3 sections)

280 Intro to Communication Research (5 sections)

318 Practicum (Debate & IE)

320 Interpersonal  (1 section)

331 Communication and Conflict (1 section)

341 Persuasion (4 sections)

342 Argumentation and Advocacy (1 section)

350 Organizational Communication (1 or 2 sections)

353 American Political Culture & Comm (1 section)

358 Business and Professional Communication (2 sections)

362 Public Relations Theory and Concepts

367 Advanced PR Writing (2 section)

370 Introduction to Health Communication (1 section)

381 Communication Criticism  (1 section)

383 Communication Research Methodologies (2 sections)

385 Qualitative Communication Research Methods (1 section)

386 Survey Research (1 section)

413 Advanced Topics in Communication Studies (1 section)

440 Family Communication (1 section)

 

Fall Only

245 Signs, Symbols & Social Interaction  (1 section capped at 30)

248 Intercultural Communication (1 capped at 90)

314 Communication in Romantic Relationships (1 section)

334 Alternative Dispute Resolution (1 section)

340 Interviewing (1 section)

342 Argumentation and Advocacy (1 section)

344 Oral Interpretation (1 section)

346 Free Speech (Taught by Roger Soenksen)

347 Communication, Diversity & Pop Culture  (1 section)

354  Communication & Environment (1 section)

361 PR Visual (1 section)

365 Sports PR (1 section)

371 Talking Through Tough Cases: Ethical Principles (1 section)

388 Campaign Research Methods (1 section)

447 Facilitating Public Processes  (1 section)

453  Political Campaign Communication  (1 section)

460  Public Relations Management and/or “context” courses (3 sections)

471 Culture and Health Comm (1 section; formerly 372)

 

***Remember, the format is for 3 instructors to team teach SCOM 240 (2 credits) on MW in a large lecture format. Then each instructor will be responsible for teaching two 27-person labs (SCOM 241; 1 credit each section) on Fridays.  So 6 sections will be covered by 3 instructors counting for 2 classes each.

 

Spring Only

332 Mediation (1 section)

335  Communication Coaching (1 section)

345 Nonverbal (1 section)

348  Communication & Gender (1 section)

349 Ethnographic Approaches (1 section)

352 Social Movements

357  Youth, Communication and Culture  (1 section)

425  Leadership Communication  (1 section)

431 Legal Communication (1 section taught by Roger Soenksen)

442  Advanced Topics in Advocacy Studies (1 section)

448  Communication, Culture & Identity (1 section)

449 Communication Training or 447 Facilitating Public and Org Engagement Processes (1 section)

450 Advanced Organizational Communication (2 sections)

461 Public Relations Campaigns (3 sections)

464  Communication, Culture & Sports (1 section)

470  Health Comm Campaigns (1 section)

472  Media and Politics (1 section)

 

Infrequently/Varies (can be offered if necessary classes are covered)

247 Small Group

302 Ecofeminism

313 Special Topics in Comm

330 Special Topics in Interpersonal Comm

391 Communication Career Strategies

463  International PR

467  Global PR Seminar

 

Cross Listed Courses Housed in Other Departments (We don’t control scheduling)

SCOM/ANTH 305 Language & Culture

SCOM/JUST 333 Negotiation

SCOM343/WRTC 430 Contemporary Rhetorical Theory

SCOM/WRTC 351 Visual Rhetoric

SCOM/WRTC/WMST 420 Feminist Rhetorics

SCOM/ANTH/HIST 441 Oral History

SCOM/WRTC 465 Rhet of Enviro Science & Tech