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Fall 2017

500 Level

500 - Found of Communication Theory

Survey and analysis of concepts, models and perspectives in the development of theories of communication; attention to philosophical, critical, historical and scientific bases for the study of communicative processes. Required of all M.A. students.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3W
1900 - 2130
Communication & Journalism - 219
Shinsuke Eguchi

501 - Found Communication Research

Review and evaluation of various forms of research and scholarly writing in the field of communication; identification of conceptual and paradigmatic problems in interpretation of research results; attention to skills in writing and reporting research.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3M
1600 - 1830
Communication & Journalism - 104
Judith Hendry

506 - Critical & Cultural Studies

This course explores critical and cultural studies methodologies to understand and apply analysis of texts (from media and everyday spoken texts to the body and environment) in order to reveal cultural productions and transformative possibilities.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Seminar3W
1600 - 1830
Communication & Journalism - 219
Susana Martinez Guillem

509 - Ph.D. Professional Seminar

Develops a range of professional competencies by focusing on a particular topic, such as presenting and publishing research, landing the academic job, ethics, research funding, and attaining and maintaining academic-life balance. Offered on a CR/NC basis only. Restriction: admitted to M.A. Communication or Ph.D. Communication.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Seminar1F
1400 - 1630
Communication & Journalism - 119
Shinsuke Eguchi

514 - Sem: Intercultural Comm

Theories and evidence on factors that facilitate and inhibit communication between representatives of different cultural groups, across national boundaries and among people of different ethnic backgrounds.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Seminar3T
1600 - 1830
Communication & Journalism - 219
Patricia Covarrubias

555 - Cultr, Disparities, Hlth Comm

Covers the influence of culture on health beliefs, values, and health care practices. How beliefs and values impact communication in health care settings.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Seminar3T
1900 - 2130
Communication & Journalism - 219
Tamar Ginossar

567 - Digital Media

Examines the impact of mass media on modern society. Explores the processes that underlie individuals' uses of mass media and their interactions with media content.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
003Seminar3R
1600 - 1830
Communication & Journalism - 219
Myra Washington

584 - Teaching Communication

This course is designed to train and support Communication and Journalism graduate teaching assistants. Through a variety of workshops we engage techniques that facilitate innovative instruction and practice, mentoring skills, and ongoing pedagogical development. Offered on a CR/NC basis only. Restriction: admitted to M.A. Communication or Ph.D. Communication.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
004Lecture1F
1400 - 1630
Communication & Journalism - 121
Shadee Abdi

593 - Graduate Problems

Independent study on questions and issues beyond those covered by regularly approved seminars. Plan must be prepared and approved by a faculty member who agrees to direct the study. Approval by department chairperson required.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Independent Study1 TO 3Marco Briziarelli
003Independent Study1 TO 3Mary Collier
004Independent Study1 TO 3Patricia Covarrubias
005Independent Study1 TO 3Susana Martinez Guillem
006Independent Study1 TO 3Kathy Isaacson
002Independent Study1 TO 3Shinsuke Eguchi
007Independent Study1 TO 3Miguel Gandert
008Independent Study1 TO 3Dirk Gibson
009Independent Study1 TO 3
011Independent Study1 TO 3Tema Milstein
015Independent Study1 TO 3Ilia Rodriguez Nazario
016Independent Study1 TO 3Richard Schaefer
017Independent Study1 TO 3
018Independent Study1 TO 3Myra Washington
019Independent Study1 TO 3
020Independent Study1 TO 3Judith White
021Independent Study1 TO 3David Weiss
022Independent Study1 TO 3
013Independent Study1 TO 3Michael Marcotte
014Independent Study3
012Independent Study1 TO 3Tamar Ginossar

598 - Masters Project

Plan II students only. Having registered for the project plan, the student must continue to register for a minimum of 1 hour of 598 during each regular semester (exclusive of summer) until the project is completed and approved. Offered on CR/NC basis only. Restriction: permission of advisor.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Marco Briziarelli
003Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Mary Collier
004Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Patricia Covarrubias
005Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Susana Martinez Guillem
006Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Tamar Ginossar
007Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Miguel Gandert
008Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Dirk Gibson
011Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Tema Milstein
015Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Ilia Rodriguez Nazario
016Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Richard Schaefer
017Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6
019Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6
020Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Judith White
002Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Shinsuke Eguchi
021Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6Myra Washington
022Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6David Weiss
023Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6
010Prof Paper/Project/Design Proj1 TO 6

599 - Masters Thesis

Plan I students only. Having registered for the thesis plan, the student must continue to register for a minimum of 1 hour of 599 during each regular semester (exclusive of summer) until the thesis is approved. Offered on CR/NC basis only.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Thesis1 TO 6Marco Briziarelli
003Thesis1 TO 6Mary Collier
005Thesis1 TO 6Susana Martinez Guillem
006Thesis1 TO 6Tamar Ginossar
007Thesis1 TO 6Miguel Gandert
008Thesis1 TO 6Dirk Gibson
011Thesis1 TO 6Tema Milstein
012Thesis1 TO 6
015Thesis1 TO 6Ilia Rodriguez Nazario
016Thesis1 TO 6Richard Schaefer
017Thesis1 TO 6
019Thesis1 TO 6
004Thesis1 TO 6Patricia Covarrubias
009Thesis1 TO 6Michael Marcotte
020Thesis1 TO 6Judith White
002Thesis1 TO 6Shinsuke Eguchi
021Thesis1 TO 6Myra Washington
022Thesis1 TO 6David Weiss
023Thesis1 TO 6
010Thesis1 TO 6

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600 Level

600 - History & Phil of Comm

Advanced study of the modern history and philosophical foundations of the study of human communication with attention to contributions of both humanistic and social science traditions and consideration of contemporary controversies concerning theory and research.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Seminar3M
1600 - 1830
Communication & Journalism - 219
Marco Briziarelli

605 - Qualitative Methods II

Approaches and techniques for the analysis of qualitative data such as texts, talk, and ethnographic. Explores the relationship between paradigm, theory, method, and interpretation as students practice various analytical strategies. Prerequisite: 604 for M.A. students.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Seminar3W
1900 - 2130
Communication & Journalism - 121
Ilia Rodriguez Nazario

609 - Mixed Methods

Introduces the students to mixed methods research, including designs for data collection, analysis and integration. Prerequisite: 501.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Seminar3R
1900 - 2130
Communication & Journalism - 219
Tamar Ginossar

699 - Dissertation

Having registered for the dissertation, the student must continue to register for a minimum of 1 hour of 699 during each regular semester (exclusive of summer) until the dissertation is completed and approved. Offered on a CR/NC basis only. Restriction: permission of advisor.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Dissertation3 TO 12Marco Briziarelli
003Dissertation3 TO 12Mary Collier
004Dissertation3 TO 12Patricia Covarrubias
005Dissertation3 TO 12Susana Martinez Guillem
006Dissertation3 TO 12Michael Marcotte
007Dissertation3 TO 12Dirk Gibson
014Dissertation3 TO 12Ilia Rodriguez Nazario
015Dissertation3 TO 12Richard Schaefer
017Dissertation3 TO 12Judith White
018Dissertation3 TO 12
008Dissertation3 TO 12
002Dissertation3 TO 12Shinsuke Eguchi
010Dissertation3 TO 12Tema Milstein
019Dissertation3 TO 12
020Dissertation3 TO 12Myra Washington
021Dissertation3 TO 12David Weiss
022Dissertation3 TO 12William Woodall
009Dissertation3 TO 12Tamar Ginossar
011Dissertation3 TO 12

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