Oct 21, 2019  
2010-2011 Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 
   •  CIS 510 - Information Systems.
   •  CIS 520 - Knowledge Management in Information Systems.
   •  CIS 530 - Information Storage and Retrieval.
   •  CIS 550 - Decision Support Systems.
   •  CIS 591 - Independent Graduate Study in Information Systems.
   •  CIS 592 - Special Topics in Information Systems.
   •  CIS 595 - Master’s Thesis I.
   •  CIS 596 - Master’s Thesis II.
   •  COM 113 - Drawing for Design I.
   •  COM 114 - Drawing for Design II.
   •  COM 126 - Introduction to Digital Photography.
   •  COM 140 - History of Graphic Design.
   •  COM 152 - Color and Design.
   •  COM 160 - Visual Communications Theory and Process.
   •  COM 170 - Introduction to Digital Culture.
   •  COM 200 - Introduction to Human Communication.
   •  COM 204 - Argumentation and Debate.
   •  COM 206 - Great Speeches.
   •  COM 210 - Introduction to Public Speaking.
   •  COM 213 - Oral Interpretation of Literature.
   •  COM 215 - Photography Survey.
   •  COM 225 - News Writing.
   •  COM 226 - Advertising.
   •  COM 231 - Language and Law.
   •  COM 232 - Typography I.
   •  COM 241 - History and Effects of Mass Communication.
   •  COM 242 - Telecommunication Performance.
   •  COM 252 - Introduction to Digital Design.
   •  COM 261 - Foundations of Organizational Communication.
   •  COM 262 - Interviewing.
   •  COM 272 - Film Genre.
   •  COM 281 - Principles of Interpersonal Communication.
   •  COM 284 - Gender and Communication.
   •  COM 301 - Ethical Issues in Communication.
   •  COM 304 - Advanced Public Speaking.
   •  COM 305 - Communication Theory.
   •  COM 306 - Communication Writing and Speaking Laboratory.
   •  COM 308 - Research Methods in Communication.
   •  COM 313 - Acting for the Camera.
   •  COM 316 - Advanced Advertising.
   •  COM 320 - History and Theory of Persuasion.
   •  COM 321 - Speech Criticism.
   •  COM 323 - Advanced Theories of Public Argumentation.
   •  COM 329 - Introduction to Digital Imaging.
   •  COM 331 - Media Law.
   •  COM 332 - Theories of Mass Communication.
   •  COM 333 - Print Production Techniques.
   •  COM 334 - Business of Visual Communications.
   •  COM 335 - Web Design I.
   •  COM 338 - Communications in Business.
   •  COM 340 - Graphic Design in Communication.
   •  COM 341 - Audio Production.
   •  COM 342 - Video Production.
   •  COM 344 - Media Management and Programming.
   •  COM 346 - Game and Virtual Design I.
   •  COM 347 - Motion Graphics.
   •  COM 351 - News Blogs: Trends and Practices.
   •  COM 357 - Broadcast News Production.
   •  COM 361 - Public Relations.
   •  COM 362 - Communication Behavior in Organizations.
   •  COM 363 - Conflict Management.
   •  COM 368 - Teaching Speech in Middle and Secondary Schools.
   •  COM 371 - Advanced Public Relations.
   •  COM 376 - Web Design II.
   •  COM 381 - Intercultural Communication.
   •  COM 382 - Small Group Communication.
   •  COM 390 - Independent Research.
   •  COM 391 - Directed Readings in Communication.
   •  COM 392 - Civic Engagement Experience.
   •  COM 398 - Internship in Visual Arts and Communication.
   •  COM 399 - Topics in Communication Theory and Criticism.
   •  COM 402 - Case Studies in Professional Communication.
   •  COM 404 - Studio Photography I.
   •  COM 405 - Studio Photography II.
   •  COM 406 - Corporate Identity/Business Graphics.
   •  COM 407 - Seminar in Oral Interpretation.
   •  COM 416 - Senior Seminar in Media Studies.
   •  COM 422 - Image and Text.
   •  COM 426 - Senior Seminar in Professional Communication.
   •  COM 436 - Senior Thesis in Speech Communication.
   •  COM 450 - Media, Propaganda and Social Change.
   •  COM 460 - Spoken Word as Art and Communication.
   •  COM 495 - Honors Thesis I.
   •  COM 496 - Honors Thesis II.
   •  COM 507 - Topics in Communication and Visual Arts.
   •  COM 550 - Media, Propaganda and Social Change.
   •  COM 560 - Spoken Word as Art and Communication.
   •  CPL 204 - Literature of Greece and Rome.
   •  CPL 205 - The Bible as Literature:The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament.
   •  CPL 206 - Survey of African Literature.
   •  CPL 207 - Modern African Drama & Poetry.
   •  CPL 208 - Survey of Greek and Roman Classical Literature.
   •  CPL 209 - The Bible as Literature: The New Testament and Lost Gospels.
   •  CPL 246 - Saxons, Magicians and Triangles.
   •  CPL 257 - Protest in African Literature.
   •  CPL 301 - Introduction to Francophone African Literature.
   •  CPL 303 - Masterpieces of World Literature in Translation: III.
   •  CPL 304 - Masterpieces of World Literature in Translation: IV.
   •  CPL 305 - Twentieth Century World Literature in Translation: I.
   •  CPL 306 - Twentieth Century World Literature in Translation: II.
 

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