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COMMUNICATION

 


Graduate Courses Offered

 

Our graduate curriculum is designed around two areas of study: media & society and organizational communication. In addition, we offer an innovative methodology curriculum designed to provide students with both breadth and depth. Below are some of the classes we have taught recently. The list is by no means exhaustive as our curriculum is guided, in part, by student interest and needs.

Core courses

  • COMM 700 - Research Design (master's students only)
  • COMM 701 - Research Design (doctoral students only)
  • COMM 711 - Communication Theory
  • COMM 735 - Theories of Media & Society
  • COMM 783 - Advanced Organizational Communication I

 Content courses

  • COMM 702 - Introduction to College Teaching
  • COMM 715 - Small Group Communication
  • COMM 750 - Advanced Issues in Communication (This class is a special topics class selected by the instructor. Students can take multiple COMM 750 classes during their coursework.)              
    : Rhetoric of Work (Spring 2018)
    : Media Literacy, Identity, and Pop Culture Texts (Fall 2017)
    : Relationships in Organizations (Spring 2017)
    : Strategic Communication - Theory, Research, & Planning (Spring 2017)
    : Public Relations Theory (Summer 2016)
    : Social Media and Participatory Culture (Spring 2016)
    : Communication and Technology (Spring 2016)
    : Masspersonal Communication (Fall 2014)

Methods courses

  • COMM 704 - Qualitative Methods
  • COMM 707 - Quantitative Methods
  • COMM 750 - Issues in Methodology (These are one-credit classes designed to provide students a boutique methods experience. Past classes have included: MAXQDA data analysis software, archival research, focus groups and survey design. Students can take multiple COMM 750 classes during their coursework.)
  • COMM 767 - Rhetorical Criticism

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Department of Communication
Phone: (701) 231-7705 • Fax: (701) 231-7784
Physical Address: Minard 338 • 1210 Albrecht Blvd. • Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing Address: Department #2310 • P.O. Box 6050 • Fargo, ND 58108

Last Updated: Thursday, February 15, 2018 9:50:27 AM
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