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Department of Communication and Media

Required Courses

Course # Course Title
COM1020 Public Communication
COM2010 Research Inquiry
COM2401 Intro to Mass Communication
COM2801 Intro to Applied Communication
COM3312W TV Criticism
COM3322 Radio Production
COM3350W Media Industries and Organizations
COM3360 Visual Communication
COM3401 Principles of Public Relations
COM3420 The Film Experience
COM3422 Intro to TV Production
COM3450 Basic Digital Photography
COM3452 Newspaper and New Media I
COM3453 Newspaper and New Media II
COM3454 Intro to Journalism

Integrated Marketing Communication

COM3586 Sports Communication
COM3621 Conflict Management
COM3625 Health Campaigns
COM3742 Communication and Nonprofit Organizing
COM3850W Communication Internship
COM3851 Summer Communication Internship
WRT3050W Business Communication
COM4011 Advanced Special Topics
COM4100W Humor and Media
COM4132 Mass Media and American Politics
COM4222 Political Communication
COM4265 Feminist Media Studies
COM4274 Media Ethics
COM4281 Media Marathoning
COM4326 New Media & Digital Communication
COM4420 History of Photography
COM4400 Advanced Mass Communication
COM4450 Global Media 
COM4510 Persuasion and Social Influence
COM4520 Gender and Communication
COM4531 Intercultural Communication
COM4543 Lying & Deception
COM4625 Health Communication
COM4633 Advanced Interpersonal Communication
COM4705 Leadership & Collaboration
COM4740 Advanced Organizational Theory
COM4801 Directed Study
COM4850 Experiential Directed Study
COM4900 Senior Seminar

Learning Opportunities 

In addition to these courses, the Department of Communication and Media frequently brings in experts from the area to teach special courses covering a variety of topics. Furthermore, we encourage students to develop Directed Studies based on their research interests.