Communication Studies Supplementary

General

Program Title

Communication Studies Supplementary

Degree Designation

BA

Program Level

Undergraduate

Instruction Mode

On Campus

Program Description

This program helps students to understand communication theory in a variety of contexts: interpersonal, small group, organizational, and public communication. Several types of major and minor programs (including teacher education programs, an interdepartmental major, and a minor in intercultural communication) prepare students to analyze and practice communication in business and professional situations (both profit and non-profit), in educational settings (including preparation for graduate school) and in the community at large.

College/School

College of Liberal Arts

Status

Active

Requirements

Credits: 27

Program Requirements

15 credits: CMST 210 or CMST 211 or CMST 310

CMST 220 or CMST 320 or CMST 321 or CMST 322

CMST 300 or CMST 319

CMST 330 or CMST 338 or CMST 339

CMST 404.

Electives

Select 12 CMST credits in consultation with a CMST advisor.

Must take at least 12 CMST credits at the 300/400 level; 6 of those must be at the 400 level
(excluding CMST 444, CMST 452, CMST 453, CMST 491, CMST 492 and independent studies as
counting toward the 400 level).

The Upper Division Writing Requirement (UDWR) is to be met in the student's primary major.

Notes

To be eligible for this major, the student must declare a primary major from another department in the
University.

Transfer students - please see department website for additional information.

Learning Outcomes

Objective

SLO #1: Critical Thinking - Students should be able to:

Objective

SLO #2: Ethics and Communication - Students should be able to:

Objective

SLO #3: Communication and Culture - Students should be able to:

Objective

SLO #4: Creation and Presentation of Messages - Students should be able to:

Objective

SLO #5: Civic Engagement - Students should be able to:

Objective

SLO #6: Relational Communication - Students should be able to:

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