Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________ Catalog: 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog Program: Communication, Communication Studies Concentration, B.S. Minimum Credits Required:__________________

Communication, Communication Studies Concentration, B.S.

(Leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree)

Curriculum

Freshman Year

Course NameCreditTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
ENGL 1010 - English Composition I Credit: 3.
ENGL 1020 - English Composition II Credit: 3.
COMM 2025 - Fundamentals of Communication Credit: 3.
  • MATH  Credit: 3.
  • JOUR 2200 - Mass Communication in a Changing Society Credit: 3.
  • Natural Science Credit: 8.
  • Social/Behavioral Science Elective Credit: 3.
  • COMM 1020 - Foundations of Communication Credit: 3
    UNIV 1020 - First-Year Connections 5 Credit: 1.
  • Elective Credit: 1.
  • Total: 30

    Sophomore Year

    Course NameCreditTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENGL 2130 - Topics in American Literature or Credit: 3.
    ENGL 2235 - Topics in British Literature or Credit: 3.
    ENGL 2330 - Topics in World Literature Credit: 3.

     

    HIST 2010 - Early United States History Credit: 3.
    HIST 2020 - Modern United States History Credit: 3.
  • Humanities/Fine Arts Electives Credit: 6.
  • Social/Behavioral Science Credit: 3.
  • COMM 2075 - Organizational Communication Credit: 3.
    COMM 2090 - Interpersonal Communication Credit: 3.
  • Electives2 Credit: 6.
  • Total: 30

    Junior Year

    Course NameCreditTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
    COMM 3100 - Communication Theory Credit: 3.
    COMM 3200 - Research Methods in Communication Credit: 3.
    JOUR 3770 - Law of Journalism Credit: 3.
    COMM 3620 - Intercultural Communication Credit: 3.
    COMM 3630 - Discussion and Parliamentary Procedure Credit: 3.
  • Communication Application Elective3 Credit: 3.
  • Communication Theory Electives2 Credit: 6.
  • Mass Communication Application Elective1 Credit: 3.
  • Elective Credit: 3.
  • Total: 30

    Senior Year

    Course NameCreditTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
    COMM 4620 (5620) - Advanced Public Speaking Credit: 3.
    COMM 4630 (5630) - Persuasion Credit: 3.
  • Electives Credit: 12
  • Communication Application Electives4 Credit: 6.
  • Communication Theory Electives3 Credit: 6.
  • Total: 30

    Note:

    1

    Students may choose from the following: JOUR 3400, JOUR 3460, JOUR 3750.

    2

    Elective course to be selected in consultation with academic advisor.

    3

    Students may choose from the following: LING 4440, COMM 3000, COMM 3120, COMM 4410, COMM 4430, COMM 4603, COMM 4900.

    4

    Students may choose from the following: COMM 2800, COMM 3130, COMM 3400, COMM 4540, COMM 4550, COMM 4603, COMM 4850, COMM 4900.

    5 This course is not included in the 120-hour curriculum.
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