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CN 201: Public Speaking
Study of the principles of public address to include the preparation and delivery of various types of speeches.
Professors: Daniel E. Keen; Frank P. Irizarry; George O. Griffin; (more)
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CN 205: Interpersonal Communication
A study of the principles and application of verbal and non-verbal communication between people, and the effect of this communication on relationships and experience.
Professors: Andrew D. Dehnart; Cynthia A. Irizarry; Daniel E. Keen; (more)
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CN 208: Intercultural Communication
A study of the issues which influence communication, incuding verbal and nonverbal interaction, analysis and understanding of context, problems of diversity, and ethical concerns.
Professors: Rebecca B. Watts; Tara J. Schuwerk
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CN 231: Critical Studies of Mass Comm
A critical survey of the various aspects of the mass media focusing on television, films and advertisement.
Professors: Michael W. McFarland
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CN 296: Tpcs:Rhet African Identity
Course will count towards Africana Studies minor
Professors: Rebecca B. Watts
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CN 296: Tpcs:Comm. & Contemp. Cult.
Intensive study of selected topics related to the Communication field.
Professors: Daniel E. Keen
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CN 300: Communications Internship
Permission of Instructor Required
Professors: Cynthia A. Irizarry; Michael W. McFarland
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CN 306: Argumentation
A study of the theory and practices of practical argumentation in the personal, technical and public spheres.
Professors: Frank P. Irizarry
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CN 311: Qual. Theory and Methodology
An exploration of a variety of qualitative research approaches in communication studies, with emphasis on epistemology (ways of knowing), methodology (ways of examining), and representation (ways of writing and reporting).
Professors: Cynthia A. Irizarry; Tara J. Schuwerk
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CN 312: Rhetorical Theory & Criticism
A study of modern theories of rhetoric and how these theories affect the practice of criticism. The course will allow students to ground themselves in theory, to begin to construct theoretical models, and then move to analyzing and critiquing public discourse.
Professors: Rebecca B. Watts
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