Graduate-Studies College of Communication Summer/Autumn 2007-2008 by DePaul University

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table of contents table of contents college of communication general information faculty graduate programs ma ma ma ma in organizational and multicultural communication in public relations and advertising in journalism in media culture and society 2 3 3 3 5 5 7 8

college of communication college of communication graduate studies college of communication general information in the autumn of 2007 the department of communication will become depaul university ​s ninth college students new to the college of communication will see a broader array of undergraduate and graduate communication programs enhanced faculty-student contact opportunities as well as new labs and expanded facilities at the loop campus additional information about these new and exciting educational opportunities will be forthcoming as it becomes available migration to the new college will in no way affect the course schedules and graduation requirements of existing communication students faculty college of communication graduate studies college of communication faculty jacqueline taylor ph.d professor and dean university of texas austin jc bruno teboul ph.d associate professor and associate dean ohio state university luisela alvaray ph.d assistant professor

dennis gillespie ph.d visiting associate professor loyola university devorah heitner ph.d visiting assistant professor northwestern university marla krause m.a instructor university of chicago 23 years experience chicago tribune ed lawler m.a instructor university of notre dame 15 years experience in print journalism brooke liu ph.d assistant professor university of north carolina douglas long m.f.a m.a instructor indiana university lucy xing lu ph.d professor university of oregon daniel makagon ph.d associate professor university of south florida donald martin ph.d associate professor university of texas austin john mcmurria phd assistant professor new york university alexandra murphy ph.d associate professor university of south florida lisa pecot-hebert ph.d assistant professor university of georgia barbara speicher ph.d associate professor northwestern university jessica tomell-presto ph.d visiting assistant professor southern illinois university laura washington

graduate programs college of communication graduate studies college of communication graduate programs g raduate p rograms as our world is reshaped by technological social political and economic change and as the united states becomes more visibly a culture of many cultures the challenges and opportunities for communication specialists increase the department of communication offers four graduate degree programs ˇ master of arts in organizational and multicultural communication ˇ master of arts in public relations and advertising ˇ master of arts in journalism ˇ master of arts in media culture and society ma in organizational and multicultural communication ma in public relations and advertising ma in journalism ma in media culture and society college of communication graduate studies college of communication graduate programs ma in organizational and multicultural communication ma in organizational and multicultural communication master of arts in organizational and

gre scores are not required but may be submitted to strengthen an application provisional acceptance may require one or more of the following cmns 501 communication in cultural contexts ​ one of the core classes cmns 541 corporate communication and culture ​ one of the core classes an english language examination is required for applicants who have completed their undergraduate education outside the usa a minimum toefl paper-based score of 590 or 243 computer-based is necessary for admission we currently admit students during autumn and winter quarters the application deadline for autumn quarter is april 15th the application deadline for winter quarter is october 1st applications received after these dates are considered only on a space-available basis admission to 5-year ba in communication/ma in organizational and multiculural communication students seeking admission to the five-year ba in communication/ma in organizational and multicultural communication must

cmns 509 topics in multicultural communication cmns 521 language and power cmns 522 rhetorical construction of identity cmns 563 multicultural media representations cmn 591 internship iv comprehensive final examination or thesis students in the master of arts in organizational and multicultural communication complete their degree requirements by writing a thesis or through a comprehensive final examination please visit http communication.depaul.edu for more information about the program course descriptions and application materials if you do not have a password for campus connection you may log on as a guest college of communication graduate studies college of communication graduate programs ma in public relations and advertising ma in public relations and advertising master of arts in public relations and advertising the master of arts in public relations and advertising equips students with the expertise and skills necessary to strategically manage an organization​s

i five core courses prad prad prad prad prad 555 553 585 575 599 public relations advertising research methods for the communication professional communication law and ethics professional project or research thesis or comprehensive final exam ii three courses from each concentration process prad 500 history of public relations and advertising prad 505 critical perspectives on public relations and advertising prad 514 contemporary issues in public relations and advertising prad 520 public relations theory prad 530 public relations and advertising management prad 550 integrated communication campaigns prad 552 strategic communication prad 554 creative processes prad 556 strategic planning in public relations prad 557 advertising communication strategy prad 595 special topics in public relations and advertising processes prad 597 colloquium in public relations and advertising other approved electives application prad 515 public relations writing prad 551 advertising and copywriting prad

submit a writing sample or project that demonstrates the applicant​s journalistic ability submit two letters of recommendation submit a resume gre scores are not required but are strongly encouraged of each candidate seeking admission to the program for students who completed their undergraduate education outside the united states and who are not native speakers of english a toefl score of 600 paper-based or 250 computer-based is also required along with an oral interview with two members of the program​s faculty admission to five-year ba in communication/ma in journalism students seeking admission to the five-year ba in communication/ma in journalism must apply for the program in their junior year however during the program​s inaugural year students may apply for admission to the program in the summer after their senior year apply only after completing the three core college of communication requirements take three graduate courses in their senior year these

nms 521 web design ii dc 420 advanced non-linear editing dc 471 documentary production eng 409 writing and technology/online documentation/writing for magazines cmn 591 internship please visit http communication.depaul.edu for more information about the program course descriptions and application materials if you do not have a password for campus connection you may log on as a guest college of communication graduate studies college of communication graduate programs ma in media culture and society ma in media culture and society master of arts in media culture and society the ma in media culture society is an interdisciplinary program that combines theoretical study historical perspective and practical application for understanding the cultural and social implications of our rapidly changing digital media worlds students consider how corporate and government policies shape media industries and how individuals form identities through interactive media use the program offers

synthesize and analyze scholarly work submit two letters of recommendation from professors in the college of communication submit a copy of their official course record degree requirements students must complete 48 credit hours 12 four-credit courses all students take four core courses and eight additional courses from a comprehensive exam thesis or project option four core courses mcs 501 introduction to media studies mcs 502 media and cultural studies mcs 503 global media dc 525 digital media practicum comprehensive exam option students choose up to two media production electives and six to eight critical studies electives students must complete a four and one-half hour in-class comprehensive exam thesis option students take two thesis courses up to two media production electives and four to six critical studies electives project option students take two project development courses up to four media production electives and two to six critical studies electives critical studies