COM 576: Health Communication

COM 576: Health Communication Survey of health communication theory and research. Examines issues such as patient-provider and everyday communication, broader community-societal discourse, and organizational and mass health communication. Prepares participants for...

COM 508: Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction

COM 508: Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction An examination of theoretical writings and critical studies in selected areas of nonverbal communication; e.g., environmental influences, space and territory relationships, physical appearance and dress, physical...

COM 517: Communication in Politics

COM 517: Communication in Politics This course examines the interplay between candidates, news media, and citizens in the context of political campaigns. Topics include: development and application of critical standards to the rhetoric employed by candidates for...

COM 515: Persuasion in Social Movements

COM 515: Persuasion in Social Movements Participants will explore rhetorical theory and methods used in the study of a diverse set of social movements. The class is generally organized around how to study movements, instead of a deep dive into specific social...

COM 512: Theories of Interpersonal Communication

COM 512: Theories of Interpersonal Communication Review of contemporary theories, analysis ofconcepts, models, and pertinent research across the broad spectrum of interpersonal communication. Please review the syllabus for full course information. This is a Full...

COM 523: Communication in Personal Relationships

COM 523: Communication in Personal Relationships This course presents a focused investigation of communication in personal relationships, with primary emphasis on contemporary concepts of romantic relationships and friendships. We will explore the foundational...

COM 597: Narrative and Discourse

COM 597: Narrative and Discourse This course provides an introduction to the interconnected worlds of knowledge, narrative, discourse, and media. Participants will learn basic audio/visual production techniques and equipment including (but not limited to) basic camera...

COM 55900: Current Trends in Mass Communication Research

COM 55900: Current Trends in Mass Communication Research An examination of current research as it contributes to understanding the process and effects of mass communication. Topics covered include gatekeepers and information control, audience selection processes and...