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Course Rotations

 

 

*Rotations are contingent on availability of faculty

Communication Studies

 

The following courses are typically offered both fall and spring semester each year:
COMM 1100: Intro to Human Communication
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
COMM 2330: Intro to Communication Research
COMM 2332: Media & Society
COMM 3337: Mass Communication Law
COMM 3530: Media Ethics
COMM 4333: Theories of Mass Communication
COMS 4333: General Semantics
COMS 4334: Communication Theory
The following courses are typically offered fall semester 
COMM 3430: Media Management & Sales
COMS 3336: Intro to Performance Studies
COMS 3338: Rhetorical Criticism
The following course is taught every fourth year (Fall of Presidential Election years, 2016, 2020, etc.)
COMS 4332: Political Communication
The following courses are typically offered spring semester:
COMM 4330: History of Mass Communication
COMS 3332: Small Group Communication
COMS 3333: Communication & Gender
COMS 3337: Persuasion
The following courses are typically offered during the summer semester:
COMM 1100: Intro to Human Communication
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
COMM 2332: Media & Society
The following courses are typically taught fall semester even numbered years:
COMM 4331: Gender, Media & Rep.
COMS 3331: Argumentation
COMS 3335: Interpersonal
COMS 3430: Communication & Leadership
The following courses are typically taught fall semester odd numbered years:
COMM 3331: Media Criticism
COMS 4337: Rhetoric of Social Movements
COMS 4338: Organizational Communication
The following courses are typically taught spring semester odd numbered years:
COMS 3330: Health Communication
COMS 4330: Rhetoric of IR
COMS 4336: Performance, Culture & Communication
COMS 4339: Philosophy of Communication
The following courses are typically taught spring semester even numbered years:
COMS 3334: Communication in the Workplace
COMS 3339: Intercultural
COMS 4331: Communication & Conflict
The following courses are offered approximately every other year depending on faculty availability and expertise:
COMM 3336: International Media Systems
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Film

The following courses are typically offered both fall and spring semesters
FILM 2331: Intro to Film Studies
The following courses are typically offered only during the fall semester
 FILM 3331: American History of Film
The following courses are typically offered during the summer:
FILM 2331: Intro to Film Studies
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Multimedia Journalism

 

The following courses are typically offered both fall and spring semesters each year:
MMJ 2332: Intro to Journalism
MMJ 3331: News Reporting & Writing
MMJ 3631: Fundamentals of Multimedia Journalism
MMJ 3711/4711: Multimedia Journalism Practicum
MMJ 4791: Multimedia Journalism Internship
MMJ 4792:  Multimedia Journalism Internship
* offered one-two times each year, depending upon faculty load
The following courses are typically offered each spring semester:
MMJ 3333: Photojournalism
MMJ 3335: Copy Editing
MMJ 4333: Opinion Journalism
MMJ 4336: Online Journalism
The following courses are typically offered each fall semester:
MMJ 3334: Feature Writing
MMJ 4335: Public Interest Journalism
The following courses are typically offered once every other year:
MMJ 4334: Magazine Writing & Editing
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Multimedia Film & Production

 

The following courses are typically offered both fall and spring semesters each year:
MMFP 2331: Media Production I
MMFP 2335: Intro. to Media Writing
MMFP 3331: Audio Recording & Sound Design
MMFP 3331: Media Production II
MMFP 3430: Media Management & Sales
MMFP 3431: Broadcast Performance
MMFP 4090: Multimedia Applications
MMFP 4791/4792: Multimedia Film or Production Internship
The following courses are typically offered only during the fall semester:
MMFP 4431 Senior Project I
The following courses are typically offered only during the spring semester:
MMFP 4337: Digital Media Post Production
MMFP 4432 Senior Project II
The following courses are typically offered during the summer term:
MMFP 2331: Media Production I
MMFP: 2335: Intro. to Media Writing
MMFP 2336: Audio Production & Sound Design
MMFP 4090: Multimedia Applications
MMFP 4791/4792: Multimedia Internship
The following courses are typically offered every other year in the respective noted terms
MMFP 3234: Directing for Screen (fall)
MMFP 3436: Advanced Audio Production (spring)
MMFP 3531: Screenwriting for Film & TV (fall)
MMFP 3533 Narrative Film Production (spring)
MMFP 4031: Sports Production (spring)
MMFP 4135: Lighting & Cinematography (spring)
MMFP 4335: Documentary Writing & Production (fall)
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Public Relations

 

The following courses are typically offered both fall and spring semesters each year:
PRCA 2330: Introduction to Public Relations
PRCA 3330: Public Relations Writing
PRCA 3339: Public Relations Publications
PRCA 3711: Public Relations Practicum
PRCA 4330: Public Relations Research
PRCA 4339: Public Relations Campaign Strategies
PRCA 4711: Public Relations Practicum
PRCA 4791: Public Relations Internship
The following courses are typically offered each fall semester:
PRCA 3331: Corporate Public Relations
PRCA 4332: Public Relations Crisis Communication
The following courses are typically offered each spring semester:
PRCA 3332: Public Relations Event Management
PRCA 3334: Social Media & Public Relations
PRCA 4335: Senior Seminar
The following courses are typically offered during the summer:
PRCA 2330: Introduction to Public Relations
PRCA 3330: Public Relations Writing
PRCA 4791: Public Relations Internship
Upper Division Public Relations Elective
The following courses are offered depending on faculty availability and expertise:
PRCA/INTS 3333: International Public Relations
PRCA 4331: Public Relations Firms
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Theatre

 

The following courses are typically offered both fall and spring semesters each year:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 1711/3711/4711: Theatre Practicum
THEA 2332: Stagecraft (prerequisite for upper level classes)
 THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting (prerequisite for upper level classes)
The following courses are typically offered once a year fall semester:
THEA 1250: Production Concepts (prerequisite for upper level classes)
THEA 3230: Voice for the Stage
THEA 3232: Vector Works
The following courses are typically offered once a year spring semester:
THEA 1331: Stage Make-up
THEA/AAST/AMST 3332: African American Theatre
THEA 3337: Directing for Stage
THEA 4330/4331: Theatre History I or II
The following courses are typically offered once every two years Fall semester:
THEA 3030: Selected Topics: Audition Techniques
THEA 3234: Acting for the Screen
THEA 3330: Scene Study
THEA/IRSH 3333: Irish Theatre
THEA 3334: Sound Design for the Theatre
THEA 3336: Theatre Management
THEA 4333: Acting Styles
THEA 4337: Costume Design
THEA 5530: Playwriting
The following courses are typically offered once every two years Spring semester:
THEA 3231: Movement for the Stage
THEA 4332: Children’s Theatre & Storytelling
THEA 4333: Acting Styles
THEA 4335: Scene Design
THEA 4336: Lighting Design
THEA 4338: Seminar: World Theatre
The following courses are typically offered during the summer term:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation (online)
THEA 3338: Rehearsal & Performance
THEA 4334: Drama in Performance (generally with study abroad
The following courses are offered based on need or interest:
THEA 3331: Advanced Stagecraft
THEA 3334: Scene Painting
THEA 3030: Special Topics – classes range from Properties Construction to Puppetry. May be taught by a guest artist.
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Last updated: 9/18/2017

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