- Graduates collaborate in aesthetic communities by articulating how communications affects professional, public life.
- Graduates can use frameworks of criticism to analyze and evaluate messages in various forms of media.
- Graduates use sophisticated stylistic choices in oral and written communication.
Part 1: General Education Core
(See Core Studies Requirements)
Part 2: Communications Major
36 credits (minimum), no more than 9 of which may be used to satisfy Core Studies requirements; 18 credits in residence, 18 credits upper division. Required:
|COMM 210||Journalism Principles and Techniques||3|
|COMM 211||Copy Editing||3|
|COMM 300||Communications Theory: Models and Messages||3|
|COMM 385||Introduction to Critical Strategies||3|
|COMM 390||Visual Communication||3|
|COMM 450||Ethical Theory for Writing and Reading||3|
|COMM 350||Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction||3|
|OR COMM 351||Creative Writing: Creative Non-Fiction||3|
|COMM 125/325||Literary Magazine Production||1|
|DR/SA 240||Oral Interpretation||3|
|OR SA 210||Fundamentals of Speech||3|
|EN 215/315||Global Literature||3|
|OR EN 245/345||Urban Literature||3|
|EN/DR 250/349||Understanding Film and its Forms||3|
|EN 325||Rogues and Rebels: Survey of Literature in English to 1815||3|
|OR EN 326||Romantics and Realists: Survey of Literature in English 1815 to Present||3|
|HUM 391/392||Humanities Internship||3|