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Courses

We offer a rotating selection of graduate courses every semester. Department faculty teach seminars as readings or research courses on a variety of thematic and temporal topics.

Below is a listing of current graduate course offerings.

Spring 2017

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
COMM 5110Special Topics in Communication TheorySections [1]
COMM 5441Communication in Human OrganizationsSections [2]
COMM 5451WIntercultural Communication ProcessesSections [1]
COMM 5970Directed StudySections [1]
COMM 5994Communication Research PracticumSections [1]
COMM 8211Critical Communication Studies: History, Theory, MethodSections [1]
COMM 8333FTE: Master'sSections [1]
COMM 8444FTE: DoctoralSections [1]
COMM 8606Seminar: Rhetorical Analysis of Campaigns and MovementsSections [1]
COMM 8666Doctoral Pre-Thesis CreditsSections [1]
COMM 8777Thesis Credits: Master'sSections [1]
COMM 8888Thesis Credit: DoctoralSections [1]
COMM 8994Directed ResearchSections [1]

Fall 2017

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
COMM 5211Critical Media Studies: Theory and MethodsSections [1]
COMM 5221Media, Race, and IdentitySections [1]
COMM 5231Media OutlawsSections [1]
COMM 5431The Process of PersuasionSections [1]
COMM 5441Communication in Human OrganizationsSections [3]
COMM 5970Directed StudySections [1]
COMM 5994Communication Research PracticumSections [1]
COMM 8210Seminar: Selected Topics in U.S. Electronic MediaSections [1]
COMM 8333FTE: Master'sSections [1]
COMM 8444FTE: DoctoralSections [1]
COMM 8611Seminar: RhetoricSections [1]
COMM 8666Doctoral Pre-Thesis CreditsSections [1]
COMM 8777Thesis Credits: Master'sSections [1]
COMM 8888Thesis Credit: DoctoralSections [1]
COMM 8994Directed ResearchSections [1]