Jul 23, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Information


Catalog Course Definitions 

Core – Course is approved for specific core curriculum (i.e. arts and sciences curriculum; quantitative reasoning and mathematical skills)

Cross-Listed – Class that is offered along with another class that has the same topic, title, and course content. Max Hours displayed for each cross-listed class is the total number of hours allowed for all courses completed within a particular cross-listed group. See below for more information on Max Hours.

Gt - Course is approved by the Colorado Dept of Higher Education for statewide guaranteed transfer as part of the gtPathways program. 

Max Hours (in Course Description) – Total number of applicable credit hours that count toward a student’s degree for a particular course or cross-listed group.

Requisite

  • Prerequisite – Specific course completed or “in progress” (i.e. ENGL 1020 or ENGL 1020 with C- or higher)
  • Corequisite – Specific course taken at the same time (i.e. BIOL 2071 taken same time as BIOL 2051)
  • Restriction – Restricted to a specific population (i.e. Restricted to MUSC majors or junior standing, etc.)

Course Number Definitions:

  • 1000 - 4999 Undergraduate Level
  • 5000 - 9999 Graduate Level
 

Communication

   •  COMM 3231 - Famous U.S. Trials
   •  COMM 3271 - Communication and Diversity
   •  COMM 3275 - Family Communication
   •  COMM 3640 - TV, Culture, & Communication
   •  COMM 3650 - Media And Society
   •  COMM 3660 - Social Media for Social Change
   •  COMM 3840 - Independent Study
   •  COMM 3939 - Internship
   •  COMM 4000 - Communication and Sport
   •  COMM 4015 - Communication and Civility
   •  COMM 4020 - Feminist Perspectives on Communication
   •  COMM 4021 - Perspectives on Rhetoric
   •  COMM 4022 - Critical Analysis of Communication
   •  COMM 4031 - Perspectives on Communication
   •  COMM 4040 - Communication, Prisons, and Social Justice
   •  COMM 4051 - Advanced Strategic Communication
   •  COMM 4082 - Wilderness Communication
   •  COMM 4111 - Theories of Leadership
   •  COMM 4215 - Ethics in Communication
   •  COMM 4221 - Research Methods: Qualitative
   •  COMM 4230 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  COMM 4240 - Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 4245 - Advanced Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 4255 - Negotiations and Bargaining
   •  COMM 4260 - Communication and Conflict
   •  COMM 4262 - Mediation
   •  COMM 4265 - Gender and Communication
   •  COMM 4268 - Communication and Diversity in U.S. History
   •  COMM 4270 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 4280 - Communication and Change
   •  COMM 4282 - Environmental Communication
   •  COMM 4290 - Web Design
   •  COMM 4300 - Multimedia Authoring
   •  COMM 4430 - Communication, China, and the US
   •  COMM 4500 - Health Communication
   •  COMM 4525 - Health Communication and Community
   •  COMM 4550 - Rhetorics of Medicine & Health
   •  COMM 4558 - Digital Health Narratives
   •  COMM 4600 - Media Theory
   •  COMM 4601 - You Are What You Eat: Food as Communication
   •  COMM 4610 - Communication, media, and sexuality
   •  COMM 4620 - Health Risk Communication
   •  COMM 4621 - Visual Communication
   •  COMM 4660 - Queer Media Studies
   •  COMM 4665 - Principles of Advertising
   •  COMM 4680 - Mass Media Law And Policy
   •  COMM 4681 - Communication Issues in Trial Court Practices and Processes
   •  COMM 4682 - Political Communication
   •  COMM 4683 - Media in the Courtroom
   •  COMM 4688 - Senior Seminar: Transitioning from College to Career
   •  COMM 4700 - Writing Practicum
   •  COMM 4710 - Topics in Communication
   •  COMM 4720 - Dynamics of Global Communication
   •  COMM 4750 - Legal Reasoning and Writing
   •  COMM 4760 - New Media and Society
   •  COMM 4840 - Independent Study
   •  COMM 4880 - Directed Research
   •  COMM 4995 - Travel Study
   •  COMM 5000 - Communication and Sport
   •  COMM 5015 - Communication and Civility
   •  COMM 5020 - Feminist Perspectives on Communication
   •  COMM 5021 - Perspectives on Rhetoric
   •  COMM 5022 - Critical Analysis of Communication
   •  COMM 5040 - Communication, Prisons, and Social Justice
   •  COMM 5051 - Advanced Strategic Communication
   •  COMM 5082 - Wilderness Communication
   •  COMM 5111 - Theories of Leadership
   •  COMM 5140 - Argumentation
   •  COMM 5205 - Empirical Research Methods for Communication
   •  COMM 5215 - Ethics in Communication
   •  COMM 5221 - Research Methods: Qualitative
   •  COMM 5230 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  COMM 5240 - Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 5245 - Advanced Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 5250 - Difference Matters and Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 5255 - Negotiations and Bargaining
   •  COMM 5260 - Communication and Conflict
   •  COMM 5262 - Mediation
   •  COMM 5265 - Gender and Communication
   •  COMM 5268 - Communication and Diversity in U.S. History
   •  COMM 5270 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 5280 - Communication and Change
   •  COMM 5282 - Environmental Communication
   •  COMM 5290 - Web Design
   •  COMM 5300 - Multimedia Authoring
   •  COMM 5430 - Communication, China, & the US
   •  COMM 5500 - Health Communication
   •  COMM 5550 - Rhetorics of Medicine & Health
   •  COMM 5558 - Digital Health Narratives
   •  COMM 5600 - Media Theory
   •  COMM 5601 - You Are What You Eat: Food as Communication
   •  COMM 5620 - Health Risk Communication
   •  COMM 5621 - Visual Communication
   •  COMM 5660 - Queer Media Studies
   •  COMM 5665 - Principles of Advertising
   •  COMM 5680 - Mass Communication Law and Policy
   •  COMM 5681 - Communication Issues in Trial Court Practices and Processes
   •  COMM 5682 - Political Communication
   •  COMM 5700 - Writing Practicum
   •  COMM 5710 - Topics in Communication
 

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