COMMUNICATION PROGRAM OUTCOMES Students graduating with a major in Communication will be able to: 1 Interact with others in one-on-one and small/large group settings, and with audiences of di 2 Collaborate effectively with others. 3 Analyze messages critically for content, purpose, organization, argument, style and meani 4 Analyze conflicts and work through resolutions. 5 Differentiate ethical dimensions of health, environmental or organizational messages and e 6 Choose an optimal means to communicate depending upon the audience, situation and by COURSE # Course outcomes COMM101-1 COMM 101 1 Define and explain basic communication terms and principles wh COMM101-2 COMM 101 2 Demonstrate knowledge of theory and competence in preparing an COMM101-3 COMM 101 3 Analyze various communication contexts. COMM101-4 COMM 101 4 Apply communication principles and theory in diverse circumstan COMM101-5 COMM 101 5 Find, identify, and effectively use supporting materials in speech a COMM101-6 COMM 101 6 Define and discuss how best to avoid plagiarism. COMM101-7 COMM 101 7 Participate in class and group processes. COMM101-8 COMM 101 8 Demonstrate courtesy and respect for classmates. COMM200-1 COMM 200 1 Describe the field of communication studies. COMM200-2 COMM 200 2 Recognize the difference between communication theories. COMM200-3 COMM 200 3 Differentiate communication uses in various social contexts. COMM210-1 COMM 210 1 The options and alternatives for action in a wide variety of interpe COMM210-2 COMM 210 2 Individual preferences and an increased appreciation for the differ COMM210-3 COMM 210 3 The dialectical tensions that arise as students use communication COMM210-4 COMM 210 4 How the process of perception affects communication behavior. COMM210-5 COMM 210 5 The ethical dimensions of interpersonal communication. COMM210-6 COMM 210 6 The importance of nonverbal communication in successful interpe COMM210-7 COMM 210 7 Defensive and supportive communication climates. COMM210-8 COMM 210 8 Competence and an ability to assess the appropriateness and effec COMM210-9 COMM 210 9 Why and how relationships develop and the role communication p COMM210-10 COMM 210 10 Conflict in interpersonal communication and the application of co COMM211-1 COMM 211 1 Define key concepts such as information and knowledge COMM211-2 COMM 211 2 Describe ways that information creation and dissemination influen COMM211-3 COMM 211 3 Access needed information effectively and efficiently. COMM211-4 COMM 211 4 Compare information for convergence and divergence with attenti COMM211-5 COMM 211 5 Evaluate information and its sources critically to form conclusions COMM220-1 COMM 220 1 The options and alternatives for action in a wide variety of group COMM220-2 COMM 220 2 Individual preferences and an increased appreciation for the differ COMM220-3 COMM 220 3 How to facilitate group processes. COMM220-4 COMM 220 4 How the process of perception affects group communication beha COMM220-5 COMM 220 5 Dealing with different roles exhibited by group members. COMM220-6 COMM 220 6 The uses and abuses of power in groups. COMM220-7 COMM 220 7 Multiple ways of making decisions. COMM220-8 COMM 220 8 Multi-phasic models of group development COMM220-9 COMM 220 9 Dealing with functional and dysfunctional group conflict. COMM301-1 COMM 301 1 Define, prepare, and deliver a variety of public speeches to a varie COMM301-2 COMM 301 2 Design appropriate outline format for individual speeches as assig COMM301-3 COMM 301 3 Develop advanced knowledge on how to use effective language to COMM301-4 COMM 301 4 Develop advanced public speaking delivery skills. COMM301-5 COMM 301 5 Listen effectively, analyze, and critique public speeches. COMM301-6 COMM 301 6 Work with multi-media software in public speaking presentations COMM310-3 COMM 310 3 Explain the rationale for conducting communication research and COMM310-4 COMM 310 4 Use several different methods and recognize the benefits and draw COMM310-5 COMM 310 5 Conduct a communication literature review and recognize the assu COMM320-1 COMM 320 1 Able to dissect an argument for its components. COMM320-2 COMM 320 2 Recognize the features of a persuasive speaking situation. COMM320-3 COMM 320 3 Formulate and deliver persuasive statements in the form of speech COMM321-1 COMM 321 1 Find out more about cultures. COMM321-2 COMM 321 2 Interact cross-culturally. COMM321-3 COMM 321 3 Differentiate between ethnic, national and gendered styles. COMM321-4 COMM 321 4 Transcend stereotypes. COMM322-1 COMM 322 1 What is Popular Culture? Kinds of Cultures: High, Low, Folk. COMM322-2 COMM 322 2 History of Popular Amusements. COMM322-3 COMM 322 3 Theories of Meaning in Popular Culture: Marxist, Freudian, Semi COMM322-4 COMM 322 4 Producing Popular Culture. COMM322-5 COMM 322 5 U.S. Popular Culture in Global Context: McWorld or Jihad? COMM331-1 COMM 331 1 Describe and analyze the interdisciplinary connections between th COMM331-2 COMM 331 2 Describe and analyze a wide range of images existent in contempo COMM331-3 COMM 331 3 Critically examine from various cross- chronological and cultural COMM331-4 COMM 331 4 Reflect in written and oral form on the various aspects of the visua COMM331-5 COMM 331 5 Describe and analyze the processes of visual arts, mass media and COMM331-6 COMM 331 6 Critically analyze the meaning of images within their original con COMM331-7 COMM 331 7 Critically evaluate and analyze the processes that link ancient trad COMM331-8 COMM 331 8 Analyze the issues related to visual arts, mass media art and huma COMM331-9 COMM 331 9 Develop new ways of looking and thinking about images. COMM331-10 COMM 331 10 Formulate an interpretative level of analysis based on a comprehe COMM331-11 COMM 331 11 Critically examine in comparative ways the formation of meaning COMM331-12 COMM 331 12 Decipher symbols, cultural and artistic codes. COMM331-13 COMM 331 13 Examine and describe the role and specificity of new media in pre COMM331-14 COMM 331 14 Analyze the role of museums and other institutions and reflect on COMM331-15 COMM 331 15 Analyze how the educational projects of museum are connected to COMM331-16 COMM 331 16 Apply the knowledge and information to real life situation in pape COMM333-1 COMM 333 1 Describe the features of a nonprofit organization. COMM333-2 COMM 333 2 Differentiate a nonprofit from for-profit organization. COMM333-3 COMM 333 3 Discern the relationship between board members, staff and volunt COMM333-4 COMM 333 4 Participate with a nonprofit organization. COMM333-5 COMM 333 5 Identify rules used to run a meeting. COMM333-6 COMM 333 6 Recruit volunteers. COMM333-7 COMM 333 7 Analyze a budget statement for a nonprofit organization. COMM333-8 COMM 333 8 Analyze legal constraints faced by nonprofit organizations. COMM335-1 COMM 335 1 Identify and discuss the major works of political film of the 20th c COMM335-2 COMM 335 2 Discuss the the ideas presented in motion pictures and distinguish COMM335-3 COMM 335 3 Discuss the portrayals of race, gender, class and alternative lifesty COMM335-4 COMM 335 4 Write clearly about film as an art form and a method of communic COMM335-5 COMM 335 5 View and critique films based on an understanding of the instituti COMM335-6 COMM 335 6 Discuss the influence of pop culture and the entertainment industr COMM336-1 COMM 336 1 Read critically and analyze literary texts. COMM336-2 COMM 336 2 Express their interpretations of literary texts in oral and written fo COMM336-3 COMM 336 3 Articulate the options and alternatives for action in a wide variety COMM336-4 COMM 336 4 Compare individual preferences and articulate an increased apprec COMM336-5 COMM 336 5 Explain the dialectical tensions that arise as students use commun COMM336-6 COMM 336 6 Explain how the process of perception affects communication beh COMM336-7 COMM 336 7 Explain the ethical dimensions of interpersonal communication. COMM336-8 COMM 336 8 Explain the importance of nonverbal communication in successfu COMM336-9 COMM 336 9 Compare defensive and supportive communication climates. COMM336-10 COMM 336 10 Assess the appropriateness and effectiveness of interpersonal strat COMM336-11 COMM 336 11 Explain conflict in interpersonal communication and the apply con COMM340-1 COMM 340 1 Recognize the role of language and dialogue in the construction, m COMM340-2 COMM 340 2 Identify their own skills, styles and patterns of conflict manageme COMM340-3 COMM 340 3 Detect the value of conflict in negotiating change. COMM340-4 COMM 340 4 Interpret the role of accountability, agency and empowerment as i COMM340-5 COMM 340 5 Explore the role of identity in the construction of conflict. COMM340-6 COMM 340 6 Determine the implications of conflict in interpersonal, organizati COMM340-7 COMM 340 7 Examine the relationship between various cultures and institutions COMM340-8 COMM 340 8 Gain insight into the social, political, historical, and behavioral as COMM340-9 COMM 340 9 Give an account of how the principles of ecological theory can be COMM345-1 COMM 345 1 Define mass media, mass communication, and culture. COMM345-2 COMM 345 2 Analyze the development of mass communication historically and COMM345-3 COMM 345 3 Analyze the relationship between mass communication and cultur COMM345-4 COMM 345 4 Discuss the role of mass media on the lives of children and adoles COMM345-5 COMM 345 5 Investigate how media portrays minorities, gender roles, and class COMM345-6 COMM 345 6 Discuss the relationship between shape of media institutions and e COMM345-7 COMM 345 7 Analyze mass media marketing and its effects of on the behavior o COMM345-8 COMM 345 8 Influence of mediated message producers, production technologie COMM345-9 COMM 345 9 Apply their knowledge of mass communication to produce educat COMM346-1 COMM 346 1 Demonstrate through a variety of channels appropriate context-spe COMM346-2 COMM 346 2 Describe the options and alternatives for action in a wide variety o COMM COMM346-3 346 3 Self-assess individual preferences and differentiate others’ commu COMM346-4 COMM 346 4 Recognize defensive and supportive communication climates. COMM346-5 COMM 346 5 Assess the appropriateness and effectiveness of interpersonal strat COMM346-6 COMM 346 6 Recognize conflict in interpersonal communication and suggest m COMM430-1 COMM 430 1 Discuss the role that symbols play in the political process. COMM430-2 COMM 430 2 Describe the concepts of agenda setting and framing in political co COMM430-3 COMM 430 3 Compare and contrast different sourses of media communication t COMM430-4 COMM 430 4 Design and write a persuasive media campaign based on a contem COMM430-5 COMM 430 5 Analyze campaign advertising for fallacies. COMM441-1 COMM 441 1 Conduct an analysis of risk behavior based on a variety of factors COMM441-2 COMM 441 2 nterpret and explain health care provider and patient interactions; COMM441-3 COMM 441 3 Critically examine public arguments in order to design and presen COMM441-4 COMM 441 4 Identify ethical dilemmas and evaluate the implications of various COMM442-1 COMM 442 1 Practicing their listening skills. COMM442-2 COMM 442 2 Negotiating and practicing conflict resolution. COMM442-3 COMM 442 3 Participating in small group dynamics. COMM442-4 COMM 442 4 Designing and delivering strategic organizational messages. COMM443-1 COMM 443 1 Explain the role of language in shaping a public perception of an e COMM443-2 COMM 443 2 Be able to recognize the main areas of debate among differing fac COMM443-3 COMM 443 3 Craft a message for one local environmental issue and convey the COMM450-1 COMM 450 1 Identify various processes and models of environmental dispute re COMM450-2 COMM 450 2 Articulate the key differences between mediation and facilitation; COMM450-3 COMM 450 3 Extrapolate the value of environmental dispute resolution; COMM450-4 COMM 450 4 Explore the critical interplay between science, policy and technolo COMM450-5 COMM 450 5 Determine the role of public communication in environmental con COMM450-6 COMM 450 6 Investigate the importance of environmental justice in designing e COMM490-1 COMM 490 1 Analyze Communication topic in greater depth. COMM490-2 COMM 490 2 Prepare a detailed paper based on the topic. COMM490-3 COMM 490 3 Present their findings to their peers. COMM490-4 COMM 490 4 Discuss readings on topic within class. COMM492-1 COMM 492 1 Explored the day-to-day communication activities that occur with COMM492-2 COMM 492 2 Gained experience applying the skills and concepts from category COMM492-3 COMM 492 3 Worked with a business/nonprofit professional on a project, from COMM499-1 COMM 499 1 An ability to collaborate with others. COMM499-2 COMM 499 2 An analysis of environmental, health or business/nonprofit messag COMM499-3 COMM 499 3 A solution to resolve a conflict among individuals, small groups, o COMM499-4 COMM 499 4 A presentation persuading a targeted audience about a health, env COMM499-5 COMM 499 5 A technical proficiency in choosing an optimal means to commun COMM499-6 COMM 499 6 An evaluatory summation about how their interdisciplinary course gs, and with audiences of diverse memberships. argument, style and meaning. ganizational messages and estimate their impact upon a given community. e audience, situation and by understanding the relevance, limitations and effectiveness of different communication t cation terms and principles which undergird competent public communication. and competence in preparing and presenting informative and persuasive speeches. nd theory in diverse circumstances and demonstrate effective communication, distinguishing effective from less effective respons upporting materials in speech and written assignments. id plagiarism. or classmates. communication theories. n various social contexts. ion in a wide variety of interpersonal situations. ased appreciation for the differences of others. s students use communication to satisfy conflicting personal needs. cts communication behavior. onal communication. munication in successful interpersonal interactions. ication climates. s the appropriateness and effectiveness of interpersonal strategies used in various interpersonal relationships. p and the role communication plays in determining the nature and quality of interpersonal relationships. cation and the application of conflict management principles. mation and knowledge ation and dissemination influence how we understand information and what counts as information. vely and efficiently. nce and divergence with attention to content, format, and technology. es critically to form conclusions on information ethics, international aspects, or demographic characteristics. ion in a wide variety of group situations. ased appreciation for the differences of others. cts group communication behavior. ed by group members. ctional group conflict. ty of public speeches to a variety of audiences. or individual speeches as assigned. ow to use effective language to maximize speech impact. delivery skills. ique public speeches. n public speaking presentations. g communication research and the way that decisions can be made from such studies. recognize the benefits and drawbacks of each. e review and recognize the assumptions and implications of articles about communication research. components. ive speaking situation. tatements in the form of speeches and campaigns. nal and gendered styles. 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and revise particular messages to increase understanding. s in order to design and present a new public health campaign. uate the implications of various health choices. resolution. organizational messages. ping a public perception of an environmental resource. s of debate among differing factions of an environmental dispute. onmental issue and convey their perspective persuasively to an audience. els of environmental dispute resolution and their appropriate application; een mediation and facilitation; ntal dispute resolution; en science, policy and technology as it relates to dispute resolution processes; unication in environmental conflict resolution processes and collaborative policy development; onmental justice in designing environmental resolution dispute processes. reater depth. ation activities that occur within an organization. lls and concepts from category specific upper-division courses (COMM 441, 442, 443). professional on a project, from conception through implementation, and receive feedback. th or business/nonprofit messages. ong individuals, small groups, or institutions. d audience about a health, environmental, or organizational issue. g an optimal means to communicate to a particular audience and situation. w their interdisciplinary coursework in one of the three emphases comes together to form a coherent program with practical appl rent communication technologies. om less effective responses. knowledgement of symptoms. gram with practical application.
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