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Discipline: Communication Studies

  • Evaluating Contemporary Film

    This course explores narrative and documentary cinematic traditions, aesthetic forms of artistic practice and transcultural modes of storytelling across the globe. Students learn theoretical approaches to understanding film in contexts […]

  • Public Speaking (Section 1) [CRN 21080]

    No matter where your life takes you, at some point you will be asked to deliver a speech, make remarks, or give a presentation. This on your feet skills-based course […]

  • Intercultural Communication

    Communication, culture and identity are intricately linked and affect our inter- and intra-group communication. This undergraduate seminar explores the significance of identities and identity construction through human interaction in a […]

  • Political Communication

    This course will investigate the interaction between news media, audiences, and strategic political communicators in the United States as well as internationally.  Students will also investigate the ways that technology […]

  • Public Speaking

    SPCM 200 is an introduction to the analysis, development, and practice of public speaking regarding salient political, cultural, and social issues. Students are taught an audience-sensitive approach to the invention, […]

  • Public Speaking (Section 2) [CRN 21082]

    No matter where your life takes you, at some point you will be asked to deliver a speech, make remarks, or give a presentation. This on your feet skills-based course […]

  • Public Speaking (Focus: Global Advocacy) (Section 2)

    Great leaders and accomplished individuals often claim that their deepest fear became their strongest asset when they mastered the art of Public Speaking. The ability to effectively present ideas has […]

  • Public Speaking (Section 2) [CRN 74053]

    This course allows students to learn, practice, and fine-tune their public speaking skills, and is appropriate for both inexperienced and experienced speakers. The course focuses on research, writing, and delivery […]

  • Public Speaking (Section 1) [CRN 72168]

    This course allows students to learn, practice, and fine-tune their public speaking skills, and is appropriate for both inexperienced and experienced speakers. The course focuses on research, writing, and delivery […]

  • Conflict Management and Communication [CRN 74109]

    The course SPCM 436 explores the topic of conflict management from intercultural and communication perspectives. During the course, students will learn about theories of conflict and its management from different […]

  • Gender and Communication [CRN 21083]

    Gender and Communication is designed to increase students’ understanding of relationships between gender, communication, and cultures, and develop awareness, academic thinking, and research skills concerning gendered issues in their professional […]

  • Intercultural Communication [CRN 14794]

    Intercultural Communication is designed to increase students’ knowledge about communicating with members of cultures other than their own. The course has six major objectives:  (1) to acquaint students with the concepts, […]

  • Conflict Management and Communication [CRN 21085]

    Conflict Management and Communication examines theoretical and practical issues concerning conflict management, communication, and power in various social environments. The course has six major objectives/goals/intended learning outcomes: (1) to develop […]

  • Gender and Genre in Film – Other Genres [CRN 19475 Course] [CRN 19476 Lab]

    For as long as there has been film, there has been romance on film. Whether tragic or comedic, watching stories of love blossom, unfold, and sometimes go tragically awry, we […]

  • Intercultural Communication [CRN 14794]

    We live in a global world. Regardless of where you reside, your course of study, or your intended career, you will be working and living with people who have different […]


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