University College: Arts Sciences Professional Studies
School of Communication Arts
Bachelor of Arts in Communication
(conc. in Webcasting and Multimedia Applications)
Articulation Program with Intercollege, Cyprus (4/02)
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CORE REQUIREMENTS (70 credits) MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (45 credits)
FOUNDATION COURSES (25 credits) REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES (9 credits)
ENGL1101 English Composition I (3) ENGL101 COMM1101 Mass Media: Image, Sound, Text (3) COMM135
ENGL1102 English Composition II (3) ENGL102 COMM2101 Professional Communication (3) ____ 5th_ ___
_________ Foreign Language I (3) BEGN100 COMM3101 Investigating Comm. Rsrch.Meth (3) ____ 6th_ ___
_________ Foreign Language II (3) ENGL110
FRSH1000 Freshman Seminar (1) MATH220 THEME GROUP ELECTIVES (15 credits)
Comprehensive Math (3) MATH220 STUDENTS MUST SELECT ONE COURSE
3 FROM EACH THEME GROUP
_________ Lab Science (3) ____ 5th_ ____ THEORY GROUP:
_________ Lab Science/Technology (3) ____ 7th_ ____ COMM____ Comm & Media Analysis (3) COMM240
PHIL1000 The Life of the Mind (3) ____ 7th_ ____ WRITING GROUP:
COMM2833 Newswriting I (3) COMM125
GLOBAL EDUCATION (27 credits) ADVERTISING/PUBLIC RELATIONS GROUP:
COMM3444 Public Relations (3) COMM321
CORE1006 The Global Challenge (3) ____ 6th_ ____ BROADCAST, FILM&VIDEO GROUP:
CORE2007 Perspectives on the Individ. (3) ____ 7th_ ____ COMM2673 Basic Video Production (3) ____ 5th_ ____
CORE2008 Cross-cultural Perspectives (3) COMM230G SPEECH GROUP:
CORE3009 The American Experience (3) GREK150 COMM____ Group Discussion & Comm(3) COMM330
POLS1102 Geography & World Issues (3) ____ 6th_ ____ RECOMMENDED CONC ELECTIVES (21 credits)
HIST1101 Western Civilization I (3) HIS203 COMM____ _______________________ (3) Tr
HIST1102 Western Civilization II (3) HIS260 COMM3675 Advanced Video Production (3) ____ 7th_ ____
ENGL2201 Masterpieces of World Lit I (3) ____ 5th_ ____ COMM2648 Basic Video Editing (3) ____ 5th_ ____
ENGL2202 Masterpieces of World Lit II (3) ____ 6th_ ____ COMM3749 Advanced Video Editing (3) ____ 8th_ ____
ART1177 Intro Digital Media for Web (3) ____ 6th_ ____
ART2271 Motion Graphic for the Web (3) ____ 7th_ ____
DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES (15 credits) ARTXXXX Streaming Media Internet (3) ____ 8th_ ____
_________ Communication or Speech (3) COMM115
_________ Fine Arts (3) DES260
_________ Political Sci. or Int’l Studies (3) ____ 8th_ ____ FREE ELECTIVES (13 credits)
_________ Psychology (3) PSY210 _________ Communication Elective (3) Tr
_________ Sociology/Criminal Justice (3) SOC101 _________ Communication Elective (3) Tr
_________ ______________________ (3) ____ 6th_ ____
_________ ______________________ (3) ____ 8th_ ____
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES (3 credits) _________ ______________________ (1) ____ 8th__ ____
_________ Jr/Sr Integrative Seminar (3) ____ 8th_ ____
BASIC SKILLS/EXCESS CREDITS REPEAT COURSES
_________ Course 1: ( ) ____ ____ ____ _________ Course 1: ( ) ____ ____ ____
_________ Course 2: ( ) ____ ____ ____ _________ Course 2: ( ) ____ ____ ____
_________ Course 3: ( ) ____ ____ ____ _________ Course 3: ( ) ____ ____ ____
_________ Course 4: ( ) ____ ____ ____ _________ Course 4: ( ) ____ ____ ____
_________ Course 5: ( ) ____ ____ ____ _________ Course 5: ( ) ____ ____ ____
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS: This requirement may be filled in three ways: (a) by taking six credits at the intermediate-level or
above in Spanish, French, Italian, or German; by taking six credits at the elementary level of a non-western European language such as, Arabic,
Chinese, Japanese, or Russian; or by taking six credits of immersion courses in any language followed by a university-sponsored intercultural travel
Incoming students who have not had the equivalent of six credits of Spanish, French, Italian, or German as determined by a proficiency exam or who
wish to start a new foreign language must take six credits of elementary foreign language as a prerequisite to the core foreign language requirements.
Elementary foreign language courses may be used as free electives.
International students requiring three or four English as a Second Language (ESL) courses may use the highest two courses to satisfy the language
requirement or as free electives.
Language credits will not be awarded for a student’s native language.
MATHEMATICS REQUIREMENTS: A higher-level math course may be taken in place of MATH 1101 if the student is adequately prepared for
such a course. .
LABORATORY SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate laboratory science in astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, or
physics or a technology course may be taken.
➱ GENERAL NOTE: The College Core Requirements (70 credits) should normally be completed in the first two years.
A minimum of 128 credits is required for graduation.
➱ COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS:
THEME GROUPS (15 CREDITS) One course from each theme group is required.
THEORY GROUP (3 Credits)
COMM2210 Popular Culture & The Media b, c COMM2204 Understanding Human Comm b, c
COMM3216 Myth, Symbol and Media* COMM3295 The Right to Know*
WRITING GROUP (3 credits)
COMM2833 Newswriting I* COMM2835 Featured Article Writing* COMM2685 Scriptwriting for TV, Film & AV*
ADVERTISING/PUBLIC RELATIONS GROUP (3 credits)
COMM2321 Advertising Principles COMM3348 Broadcast Advertising COMM3444 Public Relations
BROADCAST, FILM & VIDEO GROUP (3 credits)
COMM2557 Radio Broadcast Workshop* COMM2659 Broadcast News* COMM2673 Basic Television Production a
COMM2743 History of Film: Special Topics COMM2745 Introduction to Film COMM2751 Early Film to 1930
COMM2752 The Studio Years 1930-1960 COMM3675 Advanced TV Production* a
SPEECH GROUP (3 credits)
SPCH1106 Interview Methods & Techniques SPCH1155 Public Speaking SPCH2153 Speech & Voice Improvement
SPCH3353 Speech: Small Group Discussions THEA2217 Speech for Actors & Announcers THEA3318 Oral Interpretation
COMMUNICATION ELECTIVES(15 credits) Any Communication course, including those listed below, can fulfill the elective requirements.
Students are strongly encouraged to enroll in a one-semester internship during their junior or senior year.
COMM1105 Intercultural Communication b, c COMM2102 International Communication b COMM2103 Culture & Comm. In Film b, c
COMM2104 Language, Culture, & Comm b COMM2648 Basic Video Editing* a COMM2746 Film Going & Analysis
COMM2753 Film Now COMM3205 Public Opinion & Persuasion COMM3206 Public Opinion Workshop*
COMM3345 Advertising Copywriting & Lay-out* COMM3346 Advertising Media Strategy* COMM3362 Advertising Campaigns*
COMM3558 Adv Radio Broadcasting Work* COMM3660 Broadcast Orgs & Operations COMM3666 Television Around the World*
COMM3668 TV News: The Big Issues* COMM3749 Advanced Video Editing* a COMM3834 Newswriting II*
COMM3835 Advanced Journalism* COMM3997 Internship in Communication COMM3998 Internship in Communication
COMM3999 Internship: Equinox COMM4470 Electronic News Gathering* a COMM4471 TV Career Development* a
*indicates prerequisite requirements
Course concentration in TV and Digital Editing and production (18 credits)
Course concentration in Cross-cultural Communication (18 credits)
Certificate in Cross-cultural Communication (12 credits)
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