Students electing a concentration in International Public Relations should

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— Students electing a concentration in International Public Relations should demonstrate proficiency equivalency in one foreign language through the Foreign Language 116 level. MINOR IN PUBLIC RELATIONS 24 hours required. Required courses: COM 161, 178, 268, 297, 378. A maximum of 9 hours counted toward the Public Rela- tions minor may be applied toward a major or minor within the School 9 hours of Communication electives selected from the following areas (* means highly recommended): Graphics and Photography: 240*, 241*, 266, 365, and 366. Mass Communication and Production: 163*, 166*, 218, 269, 362, 364*, 367, and 385*. Organizational and Professional Communication: 202*, 227 (not recommended for declared Communica- tion Studies majors), 228, 321*, 324*, 325, and 329*. Communication Courses 100 INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF COMMUNICATION 1 F,S COM maj only. This course acquaints students with the different areas of study in the communication disciplines and career options available to them. 110 COMMUNICATION AND CRITICAL INQUIRY IC 3 F,S,Summer May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Formerly LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION. Development of communication competence, critical thinking, information literacy, and ethical practices in public speaking, small group and interpersonal contexts. 111 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION THEORIES 3 F,S COM maj only. Introduces the student to numerous basic communication theories; outlines requirements, expectations, and career opportunities for all communication majors. 123 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3 F,S An introduction to 2-person interaction in a variety of con- texts. 128 GENDER IN THE HUMANITIES MC-LH 3 F,S ENG 101; COM 110 or conc reg req. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Also offered as ENG/FOR 128. Examination of gender roles, norms, and stereotypes from a broad range of perspectives within humanities across cen- turies and cultures. 172 C A S Communication
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160 INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION 3 F,S Mass media development and function in modern society: technological basis, economic and political foundations, social implications. 161 MEDIA WRITING AND PRESENTATION 3 F,S COM 160 or 178 req. Introduction to the variety of mass communication media students may encounter in their careers. Preparation and pre- sentation of various mass communication formats. 162 RADIO PRODUCTION 3 F,S COM 160 req; 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab. Materials charge optional. Skills in utilizing equipment and procedures necessary to produce programs for radio. Script writing and directing included. 163 TELEVISION PRODUCTION 3 F,S COM 160 req; 2 hrs lecture, 2 hrs lab. Materials charge optional. Development of skills necessary in producing a television program. Function of television equipment and facilities. Evaluation of current production techniques. Producing and directing included. 165 REPORTING I 3 F,S COM 160 or 178 and typing ability req. Materials charge optional.
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