Mass Communication and Communication Studies Media and Strategic Communication MCOM (214, 253, or 257) MCOM 341 Digital Publishing MCOM 257 MCOM 350 Media Law MCOM 101/102, MCOM major, and junior/senior standing MCOM 352 Media Criticism 256

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  • Mass Communication and Communication Studies Courses and Prerequisites

    Prerequisite requirements are subject to change as new curriculum develops. Students are required to follow the most up-to-date prerequisite requirements. Courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher. See catalog for details.

    COMMUNICATION STUDIES COURSES Effective for Spring 2018 Enrollment

    Subject Course # Title Course Prerequisites

    COMM 131/132 Fundamentals of Speech Commun- ication/Honors Fundamentals of Speech Communication

    COMM 132: Honors College admittance

    COMM 201 Communication Theory ENGL 102/190 (Not open to students who have successfully completed COMM 101)

    COMM 215 Interpersonal Communication ENGL 102/190

    COMM 231 Nonverbal Communication COMM 201/101

    COMM 300 Research Methods COMM 201/101, 215, and COMM major/minor (Not open to students who have successfully completed COMM 480)

    COMM 303 Advanced Public Speaking COMM 131/132

    COMM 304 Persuasion Junior/senior standing, or consent of instructor

    COMM 311 Rhetorical Theory and Criticism COMM 300/480 or MCOM 390/490 (Not open to students who have successfully completed COMM 211).

    COMM 315 Business & Professional Communication

    COMM 131/132

    COMM 331 Advocacy and Argument COMM 201/101, 215, and COMM major/minor, or consent of instructor

    COMM 333 Introduction to Performance Studies COMM 300

    COMM 377 Intercultural Communication COMM 300/480 (Not open to students who have successfully completed COMM 378/379)

    COMM 418 Communication Training & Development

    COMM 300/480

    COMM 419 Organizational Communication COMM 300/480 or MCOM 390/490

    COMM 420 Communication in the Legal Process COMM 300/480

    COMM 422 Conference and Meeting Management

    COMM 300/480

    COMM 440 Communication & Gender COMM 300/480

    COMM 450 Capstone in Communication Studies COMM 300, COMM major, and senior standing

    COMM 470 Special Topics in Communication Varies by topic; see PeopleSoft notes for details

    COMM 490 Internships in Communication Studies

    Junior/senior standing, overall GPA of 2.5 and major GPA of 2.75, consent of the instructor, and completion of appropriate courses determined by the department

    COMM 495 Independent Study in Communication Studies

    COMM 300/480 and major GPA of 3.25; or consent of the instructor

  • Mass Communication and Communication Studies Courses and Prerequisites

    Prerequisite requirements are subject to change as new curriculum develops. Students are required to follow the most up-to-date prerequisite requirements. Courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher. See catalog for details.

    MASS COMMUNICATION COURSES Effective for Spring 2018 Enrollment

    Subject Course # Title Course Prerequisites

    MCOM 101/102 Introduction to Mass Communication/Honors Introduction to Mass Communication

    MCOM 102: Honors College admittance

    MCOM 214 Principles of Advertising MCOM 101/102 and COMM 131/132

    MCOM 253 Principles of Public Relations MCOM 101/102 and COMM 131/132

    MCOM 256 Writing for the Media MCOM 101/102 and ENGL 102/190

    MCOM 257 Journalism and New Media I MCOM 101/102

    MCOM 258 Journalism and New Media II MCOM 257

    MCOM 310 Understanding Disability Through Mass Media

    MCOM 101/102

    MCOM 323 Advertising Media Planning MCOM 214 and MCOM major

    MCOM 325 Advertising Copywriting MCOM 214, 256, and MCOM major

    MCOM 333 Social Media and Strategic Communication

    MCOM (214, 253, or 257)

    MCOM 341 Digital Publishing MCOM 257

    MCOM 350 Media Law MCOM 101/102, MCOM major, and junior/senior standing

    MCOM 352 Media Criticism MCOM 101/102, or EMF 140, or COMM 201/101

    MCOM 356 Feature Writing ENGL 102/190 and MCOM (256 or 258)

    MCOM 357 Public Relations Writing ENGL 102/190, MCOM 253, and MCOM 256

    MCOM 358 News Editing MCOM 257 and MCOM major

    MCOM 381 Broadcast Journalism I MCOM 258 and junior/senior standing

    MCOM 383 News Reporting MCOM 258

    MCOM 385 Mass Media & Society MCOM 101/102 or EMF 140

    MCOM 390 Mass Communication Research MCOM major and junior/senior standing. (Not open to students who have successfully completed MCOM 490)

    MCOM 391 Photojournalism I MCOM 258 or consent of instructor

    MCOM 402 Sports Writing MCOM 356

    MCOM 407 Multimedia Reporting Capstone MCOM 341, 356 and MCOM major

    MCOM 409 Literary Journalism MCOM 356

    MCOM 411 Communication Process COMM 131/132 and junior/senior standing

    MCOM 415 Mass Media Graphics MCOM 101/102 and junior/senior standing

    MCOM 419 Corporate Communication Management

    MCOM 253, 357, 390, MCOM major, and junior/senior standing (Not open to students who have successfully completed COMM 419)

    MCOM 431 Public Opinion and the Press MCOM 101/102 and junior/senior standing

  • Mass Communication and Communication Studies Courses and Prerequisites

    Prerequisite requirements are subject to change as new curriculum develops. Students are required to follow the most up-to-date prerequisite requirements. Courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher. See catalog for details.

    MCOM 433 Media Ethics MCOM 101/102, junior/senior standing, and MCOM major

    MCOM 440 Advertising Media Sales MCOM 214 and junior/senior standing

    MCOM 443 International Advertising and Public Relations

    MCOM (214 or 253), and junior/senior standing

    MCOM 447 Advertising Campaigns MCOM 323, 325, 390, and MCOM major

    MCOM 451 Public Relations for Non Profit Organizations

    MCOM 357

    MCOM 453 Strategic Public Relations & Integrated Communications Campaigns

    MCOM 357, 390, and MCOM major

    MCOM 457 Photojournalism II MCOM 391

    MCOM 458 Magazine Publishing MCOM 341, 358, and MCOM major

    MCOM 459 Professional Issues in Public Relations

    COMM 419, or MCOM 447, or MCOM 453

    MCOM 460 Internship in Advertising and Public Relations

    Junior/senior standing, overall GPA of 2.75 and major GPA of 3.00, completion of appropriate courses determined by the department

    MCOM 461 Internship in Journalism and New Media

    Junior/senior standing, overall GPA of 2.75 and major GPA of 3.00, completion of appropriate courses determined by the department, MCOM major

    MCOM 477 Special Topics in Journalism Junior/senior standing or consent of instructor

    MCOM 478 Special Topics in Advertising and Public Relations

    Varies by topic; see PeopleSoft notes for details

    MCOM 479 Special Topics in Mass Communication

    Varies by topic; see PeopleSoft notes for details

    MCOM 481 Broadcast Journalism II MCOM 381 or (EMF 373 and consent of instructor)

    MCOM 496 Independent Study in Mass Communication

    Approval of planned project by the instructor

    MCOM 499 Honors Thesis in Mass Communication

    Overall GPA of 3.20 and major GPA of 3.50, and junior/senior standing

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