Undergraduate College of Communication Winter/Spring 2010-2011 by DePaul University

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Catalog Undergraduate College of Communication Winter/Spring 2010-2011

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general information college of communication undergraduate studies general information admission candidates interested in admission to the college of communication should direct all inquiries to the office of admission depaul university 1 east jackson boulevard chicago illinois 60604 telephone 312 362-8300 e-mail admitdpu@depaul.edu the office of admission will provide each candidate with the required forms and instructions for filing the application a nonrefundable online application fee of $25.00 is required of each applicant college of communication undergraduate studies general information catalog version catalog version u ndergraduate u pdate october 15 2010 please use the menu items to the left for current catalog navigation access archived catalogs by choosing the link to the right effective summer 2010 changes were made to the liberal studies domain requirements allowing for more flexibility current students may also benefit from the less restrictive lsp domain

senior year capstone required learning domains arts and literature al 2 courses required philosophical inquiry pi 2 courses required scientific inquiry si 3 courses required note one must be a lab self society and the modern world ssmw 2 courses required religious dimensions rd 2 courses required understanding the past up 2 courses required note students must earn a c or better in this course note courses offered in the student s primary major cannot be taken to fulfill lsp domain requirements if students double major lsp domain courses may double count for both lsp credit and the second major students who choose to take an experiential learning course offered by the major may count it either as a general elective or the jyel requirement quantitative reasoning and technological literacy readiness for lsp 120 is determined by the math placement test taken online after admission students may need to take developmental coursework prior to lsp 120 the lsp 120 requirement may be

mcs 342 formerly cmn 342 ​ history of broadcasting mcs 351 ​ topics in television studies mcs 352 ​ topics in new media cmns 309 formerly cmn 309 ​ international/global communication cmns 366 formerly cmn 366 ​ communication technology society cmn 394​ advanced communication internship cmn 395​ communication internship special topics two production courses from the following mcs 339 formerly cmn 339 ​ radio broadcasting mcs 373 formerly cmn 373 ​ audio documentary mcs 386 formerly cmn 386​ radio production mcs 389 ​ topics in media production dc 201 ​ introduction to screenwriting dc 210 ​ digital cinema production i dc 215 ​ digital sound design dc 220 ​ editing i dc 272 ​ writing for television dc 275 ​ cinematography and lighting dc 280 ​ storytelling with machinima dc 271 ​introduction to television production dc 371 ​ documentary production

complete the placement exam for quantitative reasoning and technological literacy students must complete the one course into which they place lsp 120 or lsp 121 students who complete both lsp 120 and lsp 121 take one less domain course students may not apply the course reduction to any domain where only one course is required and if taken within the si domain the reduction cannot be applied to the si lab requirement effective summer 2010 changes were made to the liberal studies domain requirements allowing for more flexibility current students may also benefit from the less restrictive lsp domain requirements please note that the change is reflected in this liberal studies requirement grid college of communication undergraduate studies degree programs bachelor of arts in communication studies core requirements core requirements the bachelor of arts in communication studies the college of communication offers a variety of courses leading to a bachelor of arts degree in communication

advanced undergraduate course in small group communication students develop skills and abilities in identifying various factors that contribute to the success and failure of group decision-making in organizational contexts class sessions will focus on theories research and practices in group processes and their applications to issues in real life cmns 317 topics in group communication examines selected topics in group communication processes topics may include group creativity communicating in virtual teams conflict in groups and group facilitation cmns 318 close relationships this course examines the role of communication in the development maintenance and deterioration of romantic attachments topics include attraction intimacy and selfdisclosure attachment beliefs jealousy satisfaction commitment trust betrayal conflict autonomy interdependence etc cmns 319 relational problems this course explores the dark side of interpersonal communication by examining the growing literature on

jour 278 news reporting jour 279 formerly cmn 279 feature writing jour 317 experiential learning jour 330 writing for broadcast jour 343 formerly cmn 343 journalism and the american experience jour 350 radio news jour 361 journalism law and ethics jour 362 formerly cmn 362 the press and the presidency jour 363 formerly cmn 363 online journalism i jour 364 formerly cmn 364 investigative reporting jour 365 formerly cmn 365 television news i jour 366 magazine reporting jour 367 international reporting jour 368 sports reporting jour 374 formerly cmn 374 community journalism jour 377 formerly cmn 377 journalism topics jour 383 online journalism ii jour 385 television news ii jour 393 journalism practicum cmn 394 advanced communication internship cmn 395 communication internship special topics college of communication electives students majoring in journalism may take as many as two electives from any college of communication offerings or from the following digital cinema courses dc

prad 361 account planning and consumer insights for latino markets prad 362 latino strategic communication campaigns prad 375 formerly cmn 375 communication law prad 376 crisis communication prad 377 marketing public relations prad 378 creativity in advertising prad 379 advertising media planning prad 380 political communication prad 381 advertising and children prad 382 nonprofit public relations prad 391 formerly cmn 391 special topics in public relations prad 392 special topics in advertising prad 393 special topics in public relations and advertising prad 395 special topics in public relations and advertising practicum cmn 394 advanced communication internship cmn 395 communication internship special topics cmns 220 public speaking cmns 395 debate practicum college of communication electives students majoring in public relations and advertising may take as many as two electives from any college of communication offerings students should consult their advisors regarding courses

luisela alvaray ph.d assistant professor university of california los angeles paul booth ph.d assistant professor rensselaer polytechnic institute kevin bozelka ph.d visiting assistant professor university of texas austin michael deangelis ph.d assistant professor university of texas austin kelly kessler ph.d assistant professor university of texas austin daniel makagon ph.d assistant professor university of south florida scott vyverman m.a instructor northeastern illinois university the media and cinema studies major in addition to the three core college of communication courses students take two media and cinema studies core courses four classes from the history/criticism area and one class from the production area students majoring in media and cinema studies may take as many as three electives from any college of communication or digital cinema offerings all media and cinema studies majors must complete a total of 13 classes or 52 credit hours common core three core courses

dc 200 media literacies this course is designed to help students develop an informed critical and practical understanding of new communication media including ways to read write and produce in a digital environment we will explore implications of these technologies and their uses in schools communities and workplaces the course also focuses on practices involving current and future technologies that hold promise for the creation and distribution of all media dc 201 introduction to screenwriting this course focuses on narrative storytelling and encourages students to find their unique voices while emphasizing the critical importance of working as part of a creative team emphasis is placed on telling a story in terms of action and the reality of characters in cinema animation and gaming the difference between the literary and visual medium is explored through individual writing projects and group analysis in addition the nature of the interactive story will be examined focusing on the

focuses on how to effectively target messages to latino populations in ways that move beyond stereotypic and simplistic models of latino audiences emphasis on developing culturally relevant integrated campaigns that incorporate appreciation of the diversity of latino audiences students learn creative strategies for dialoguing with latino consumers customers stakeholders and influencers to develop public relations and advertising messaging in both the commercial and non-profit sector distinctive characteristics of the latino population are considered along with the rich diversity of these communities consideration given to effective use of new media and strategic decisions about communicating in english versus spanish prequisite prad 244 and prad 255 prad 392 special topics in advertising this course allows students to sample a range of topical offerings in advertising that have included media planning advertising in the digital age ad copywriting advanced advertising campaigns