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									  COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE ARTS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMMUNICATION

2004-2006 Catalog
ADVISING FORM

GENERAL EDUCATION

SKILLS:                                                                           UPPER DIVISION
COMPOSITION - 6 HOURS                                                             OPTIONS: ANY APPROVED MINOR, SECOND DEGREE OR
                                                                                  MAJOR, APPROVED CLUSTER, OR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
ENGL 110C                                             _______                     & REGIONAL COURSES:
ENGL 111C                                             _______
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ORAL COMMUNICATION                                                                ______________________________________                  _______
COMM 101R                                             _______                     _____________________________________                   _______
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MATHEMATICS - 3 HOURS                                                             ______________________________________                  _______
STAT 130M (BS req.)                                   _______                     ______________________________________                  _______
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FOREIGN LANGUAGES - 0 - 6 HOURS*
           101F/111F                                  _______
           102F                                       _______
OR HIGH SCHOOL EQUIV.                                 _______
OR GRAD. PRIOR TO 1986                                _______
                                                                                  ELECTIVES
COMPUTER SKILLS - 3 HOURS                                                         ______________________________________                  _______
C S 101D, 149D, OR OTS 251D                           _______                     ______________________________________                  _______
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PERSPECTIVES:                                                                     ______________________________________                  _______
FOUNDATION TO PERSPECTIVES – 3 HOURS                                              ______________________________________                  _______
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Gen 101                         _____
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(2004 req. replaces 1 H, N, or S course)
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FINE & PERF. ARTS - 3 HOURS                                                       ____________________________________                    _______
ARTH 121A, ARTS 122A, MUSC 264A, DANC 185A,                                       ______________________________________                  _______
OR THEA 241A                                _______

HISTORICAL - 6 HOURS
HIST 101H, 102H, 103H, 104H, or 105H                  _______
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LITERARY - 3 HOURS                                                                UPPER LEVEL SOCIAL SCIENCE - 6 HOURS
ENGL 112L, 144L, OR FLET 100L                         _______
                                                                                  (B.S. DEGREE REQUIREMENT)
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PHILOSOPHICAL - 3 HOURS                                                           ______________________________________                  _______
PHIL 110P, 120P, OR 150P                              _______
                                                                                  Options for upper level social science: any 300-400 level courses from the
NATURAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY - 11 OR 12                                           following departments: ANTR , CS, CRJS, ECON, GEOG , POLS,
                                HOURS*                                            PSYC, SOC, WMST
N.SC.: _________________________________              _______
      _________________________________               _______

3rd COURSE.: ___________________________              _______

SOCIAL SCIENCE - 6 HOURS *
(Must be from 2 different disciplines)
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options for:
FOR LANG: ARAB 111F-112, CHIN 111F-112, FR 101F-102, GER 101F-102F, ITAL 101F-102F, JAPN 111F-112, LATN 101F-102F, RUS 101F-102F, SPAN 101F-102
NATL SCIENCE: BIOL 108N-109N, 115N-116N, CHEM 101N-102, 115N-116N, GEOL 110N-112N, 111N-112N, OCEN 106N-107N, PHYS 101N-102N, 103-104N, 111N-112N, 231N-232N
SOC SCIENCE: ANTR 110S, CRJS 215S, ECON 200S, 201S, 202S, GEOG 100S, 101S, POLS 100S, 101S, PSYC 201S, 203S, SOC 201S, WMST 201S
NATSC & TECH 3rd course: Additional N course, GEOL 120K, 122K, 302K, SCI 302K, AE 300T, ARTH 352T, CHEM 351T, COMM 472T, HIST 304T, 389T, IT 360T, MUSC 335T, OPMT 303T,
OTS 110T, 370T, PHIL 344T, 355T, 383T, POLS 350T, WMST 390T
 COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE ARTS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMMUNICATION

              2004-2006 Catalog BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in COMMUNICATION
                               DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
                    *Must earn grade of C (2.00) or better in all Major courses
                **Must complete at least one writing intensive course in the major
      (writing intensive courses: COMM 315U, 335W, 400W, 412W, 447W, 470W, & 471W)

CORE COURSES – 12 HOURS

COMM 101R     Public Speaking                                                 ______
COMM 200S     Intro to Human Communication                                    ______
COMM 302      Research Methods I                                              ______
COMM 401      Communication Theory                                            ______

ADDITIONAL COMM HOURS: 27 Hours total, 24 of which must be at the 300-400 level and
selected from the following Emphasis Areas and Electives:
Courses: 1.______; 2.______; 3.______; 4.______; 5.______
          6.______; 7.______; 8.______; 9.______

Emphasis Areas in Communication (24 hours minimum)
CHOSEN FROM ANY ONE OR COMBINATION OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
It is recommended that students complete a minimum of one foundations course from the emphasis area
of interest.

Corporate Communication:
1. Foundations:
   COMM 312      Small Group Communication                                    ______
   COMM 315      Communication Between the Sexes                              ______
   COMM 351      Interpersonal Communication in Organizations                 ______
   COMM 395/495 Special Topics in Communication                               ______
   COMM 400W     Intercultural Communication                                  ______

2. Applied Theories:
   COMM 303          Public Relations in Communication Industries             ______
   COMM 304          Advanced Public Speaking                                 ______
   COMM 308          Diplomatic Communication                                 ______
   COMM 323          Leadership and Events Management                         ______
   COMM 355          Organizational Communication                             ______
   COMM 421          Communication and Conflict                               ______
   COMM 431          Advanced Argumentation and Debate                        ______
   COMM 447W         Electronic Media: Law and Policy                         ______
   COMM 456          Organizations and Social Influence                       ______
   COMM 472T         New Media Technologies                                   ______
   COMM 474          Telecommunications Management                            ______
   COMM 477          Media Content Management                                 ______
   COMM 478          Principles of Media Marketing and Promotion              ______
 COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE ARTS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMMUNICATION


International and Intercultural Communication:

1. Foundations:
   COMM 300          International Sojourning                       ______
   COMM 314          Nonverbal Communication                        ______
   COMM 337          Model League of Arab States                    ______
   COMM 400W         Intercultural Communication                    ______
   COMM 407          Communication & Culture in Southeast Asia      ______
   COMM 434          African American Rhetoric                      ______
   MIDE 405          Communication & Culture in Middle East         ______

2. Popular Culture:
   COMM/FLET 300 Understanding European Film                        ______
   COMM 340         Mass Media and Popular Culture                  ______
   COMM444/FLET 445 New German Film                                 ______
   COMM/WMST 450 Remote Control: Women and Global TV                ______
   COMM 471W        International Film History                      ______
   COMM/WMST 495 World Cinema                                       ______

3. Media Systems:
   COMM 365          Electronic News                                ______
   COMM 447W         Electronic Media: Law and Policy               ______
   COMM 448          International Media Systems                    ______
   COMM 472          New Media Technologies                         ______
   COMM 473          Television and Society                         ______



Interpersonal and Small Group Communication:

1. Foundations:
   COMM 312          Small Group Communication                      ______
   COMM 314          Nonverbal Communication                        ______
   COMM 412          Interpersonal Communication                    ______

2. Applied Theories:
   COMM 315          Communication Between the Sexes                ______
   COMM 351          Interpersonal Communication in Organizations   ______
   COMM 400W         Intercultural Communication                    ______
   COMM 421          Communication and Conflict                     ______
   COMM 425          Communication in Family Systems                ______
   COMM 427          Children and Communication                     ______
 COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE ARTS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMMUNICATION

Mass Media:
1. Foundation:
   COMM 360          Understanding Mass Communication               ______

2. Media Contexts:
   COMM 303          Public Relations in Communication Industries   ______
   COMM 340          Mass Media and Popular Culture                 ______
   COMM 364          Radio                                          ______
   COMM 365          Electronic News                                ______
   COMM 448          International Media Systems                    ______

3. Applied Theories:
   COMM/FLET 300 Understanding European Film                        ______
   COMM 444/FLET 445New German Film                                 ______
   COMM 445          Communication Analysis and Criticism           ______
   COMM 447W         Electronic Media: Law and Policy               ______
   COMM/WMST 450 Remote Control: Women and Global TV                ______
   COMM 465          Mass Media and National Elections              ______
   COMM 467          Media Politics and Civic Engagement            ______
   COMM 468          Communication and Political Symbolism          ______
   COMM 470W         Film as Communication                          ______
   COMM 471W         International Film History                     ______
   COMM 472T         New Media Technologies                         ______
   COMM 473          Television and Society                         ______
   COMM 474          Telecommunications Management                  ______
   COMM 477          Media Content Management                       ______
   COMM 478          Principles of Media Marketing and Promotion    ______
   COMM 479          American Film History                          ______
   COMM 481          The Documentary Tradition                      ______
   COMM/WMST 495 World Cinema                                       ______

4. Production:
   THEA 340    Lighting for Stage and Film                          ______
   THEA 342    Intermediate Acting for Stage and Camera             ______
   COMM/THEA 346 Introduction to Screenwriting                      ______
   THEA 348    Camera Acting                                        ______
   COMM/THEA 370Video Project                                       ______
   COMM/THEA 380Video Documentary I                                 ______
   THEA 443    Advanced Acting for Stage and Camera                 ______
   COMM/THEA 446 Directing for the Camera                           ______
   COMM/THEA 480Video Documentary II                                ______

Or from 300-400 Level MCM courses at Norfolk State University
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 COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE ARTS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMMUNICATION


Persuasion and Critical Thinking:
1. Foundations:
   COMM 333         Persuasion                                      ______
   COMM 335W        Rhetorical Criticism                            ______
   COMM 337         Model League of Arab States                     ______
   COMM 445         Communication Analysis and Criticism            ______

2. Applied Theories:
   COMM 303          Public Relations in Communication Industries   ______
   COMM 304          Advanced Public Speaking                       ______
   COMM 331          Argumentation and Debate                       ______
   COMM 431          Advanced Argumentation and Debate              ______
   COMM 434          African American Rhetoric                      ______
   COMM 447W         Electronic Media: Law and Policy               ______
   COMM 456          Organizations and Social Influence             ______
   COMM 465          Mass Media and National Elections              ______

Public Relations:
1. Foundations:
   COMM 303          Public Relations in Communication Industries   _____
   COMM 304          Advanced Public Speaking                       _____
   COMM 333          Persuasion                                     _____
   COMM 355          Organizational Communication                   _____

2. Media Applications:
   COMM 364         Radio                                           _____
   COMM 445         Communication Analysis & Criticism              _____
   COMM 447W        Electronic Media: Law and Policy                _____
   COMM 465         Mass Media and National Elections               _____
   COMM 467         Media Politics and Civic Engagement             _____
   COMM 468         Communication and Political Symbolism           _____
   COMM 472T        New Media Technologies                          _____
   COMM 473         Television and Society                          _____
   COMM 474         Telecommunications Management                   _____
   COMM 478         Principles of Media Marketing and Promotions    _____

3. Organizational Applications:
   COMM 308         Diplomatic Communication                        _____
   COMM 323         Leadership and Events Management                _____
   COMM 351         Interpersonal Communication in Organizations    _____
   COMM 412         Interpersonal Communication                     _____
   COMM 421         Communication and Conflict                      _____
 COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE ARTS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMMUNICATION

General Communication:

24 hours of 300-400 level COMM courses from any combination of courses from the different emphasis
areas, plus three additional hours from emphasis or elective hours in COMM.

Electives:
COMM 103R Voice and Diction                                               _____
COMM 112R Introduction to Interpersonal Communication                     _____
COMM 368 Internship                                                       _____
COMM 369 Research Practicum                                               _____
COMM 402 Research Methods II                                              _____
COMM 469 Communication Education Practicum                                _____

Internships and Practica:

Students may apply only three (3) credit hours of COMM 368 Internship toward the major in
Communication. In addition, students may apply only six (6) credits total from the following classes
toward the major: COMM 368 Internship, COMM 369 Research Practicum, and COMM 469
Communication Education Practicum.

Special Topics Classes:

Special Topics in Communication courses (Comm 395, 396, 495, 496) and Communication Tutorials
courses (COMM 497) may be included in a given emphasis.

								
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