Undergraduate College of Communication Winter/Spring 2009-2010 by DePaul University

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communication students receive insight into the significance and meaning of their own dayto-day communication activities and discover how theories provide complementary and viable explanations for analyzing as well as assessing the impact of communication in relational group and organizational contexts cmns 361 gender and communication a review of the differences in communication patterns between women and men topics covered include language and language usage differences interaction patterns gender social movements and perceptions of the sexes generated through language and communication cmns 366 communication technology and society survey of a variety of contemporary and historical issues related to the introduction and diffusion of communication technologies in society especially examines how new technologies particularly the internet are transforming the communication landscape emphasis on issues of intellectual property surveillance privacy regulation message construction and access will be central to this course cmns 367 performance for social change this is an experiential field experience that examines the role of performance in social activism student projects will identify a social issue of critical concerns and devise a performative response cmns 393 communication practicum structured and supervised student participation in collegiate debating radio production or group presentations for various audiences includes practical experience in research rehearsal and performance students may take a maximum of 2 credit hours in one quarter 4 credit hours in the major and 8 total credit hours cmn 294 communication internship course places students in business industry or not-for-profit general communication internships opportunities in advertising public relations journalism radio and television museums and philanthropic outreach organizations program open to communication majors and minors who meet eligibility requirements cmn 394 advanced communication internship placement of students in business industry or not-for-profit major specific internships opportunities in advertising public relations journalism radio and television museums and philanthropic outreach organizations program open to communication majors and minors who meet eligibility requirements bachelor of arts in journalism college of communication undergraduate studies degree programs bachelor of arts in journalism bachelor of arts in journalism liberal studies requirements core requirements college of communication undergraduate studies degree programs bachelor of arts in journalism liberal studies requirements