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Communication (COM)

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102 [COMM] Public Speaking in the Digital Age 3 Face-to-face and mediated communication in group and professional settings.

210 [COMM] Multimedia Content Creation 3 Applied multimedia content creation and evaluation in graphic design, audio, and video production through communication theory and practice.

400 [COMM] Communicating Science and Technology 3 Course Prerequisite: Admitted to any major; junior standing. Communicating science and technological issues to professional and lay audiences.


English (ENGLISH)

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106 [COMM] Communicating in Academic Contexts 3 Designed to help improve listening and speaking skills for better participation in academic interactions across campus. For ESL students.


French (FRENCH)

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361 [COMM] Advanced French for the Professions 3 Course Prerequisite: FRENCH 306, 307, or 308 with a C or better. Communication in French for professional purposes; telephone and meeting role-plays, letter- and resume-writing, discussions of current events in the Francophone world. Not open to native speakers except with permission.


German (GERMAN)

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307 [COMM] Intermediate Speaking and Listening 3 Course Prerequisite: GERMAN 204 with a C or better or equivalent proficiency. Systematic development of speaking and listening proficiency; emphasis on pronunciation and phonetics. Not open to native speakers except with permission.

361 [COMM] German for the Professions 3 Course Prerequisites: GERMAN 307 or 308 with a C or better. Language and intercultural skills necessary for effective oral and written communication in professional settings in German-speaking countries. Taught in German.


Human Development (H_D)

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205 [COMM] Developing Effective Communication and Life Skills 4 (3-2) Enhancing interpersonal communication, leadership, and team skills through action-based learning.


Molecular Biosciences (MBIOS)

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201 [COMM] Introduction to Communication in the Molecular Life Sciences 3 (1-4) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106 with a C or better or BIOLOGY 107 with a C or better. Analysis of primary literature and an introduction to scientific communication skills in the molecular life sciences. (Crosslisted course offered as NEUROSCI 201, MBIOS 201). Recommended preparation: Pre-admitted or admitted major in Biochemistry, Genetics & Cell Biology, Microbiology, or Neuroscience.


Marketing (MKTG)

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No letter-graded course offered by the Carson College of Business may be taken for a Pass, Fail (P, F) grade.


279 [COMM] Professional Persuasive Communications 3 Basic psychological principles of influence and the development of persuasive professional communication skills for career advancement and as life skills.


Neuroscience (NEUROSCI)

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201 [COMM] Introduction to Communication in the Molecular Life Sciences 3 (1-4) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106 with a C or better or BIOLOGY 107 with a C or better. Analysis of primary literature and an introduction to scientific communication skills in the molecular life sciences. (Crosslisted course offered as NEUROSCI 201, MBIOS 201). Recommended preparation: Pre-admitted or admitted major in Biochemistry, Genetics & Cell Biology, Microbiology, or Neuroscience.


Sociology (SOC)

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103 [COMM] Social Psychology of Communication 3 Use of social psychological principles to communicate effectively with diverse audiences.

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