Courses

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Survey of theory and research pertaining to problems of cross-cultural communication, including cultural, national, ethnic, and racial divisions.
Study of international communication systems; emphasis on foreign press, freedom of information, satellite communication, and programming patterns in cross-cultural settings.
Practical experience in communication-related employment and critical reflection on how communication concepts and knowledge are applied in the field. Contact department for application procedures and guidelines.
Study of communication principles as they apply in everyday life. Applying social conventions as guides for effective communication.
Approved for the General Education requirement in oral communication (SP). Note: Does not count toward Communication major. Training in basic processes and skills of face-to-face interaction. Emphasis on developing language, nonverbal, and conflict management skills.
Explores communication issues in intimate personal relationships.
Introduction to basic concepts of the communication discipline. Focuses on communication processes in interpersonal, intercultural, small groups, organizations, and mass media.

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Introduction to practice and techniques of preparing articles for popular, specialized, and trade publication; attention to marketing and magazine makeup
Survey of media institutions and effects.