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Spring 2017

100 Level

101 - Intro Communication

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SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3W
1730 - 2000
Dane Smith Hall - 123
Karen Schmidt

130 - Public Speaking

A performance course that deals with the analysis, preparation and presentation of speeches. Meets New Mexico Lower Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications (NMCCN 1113).

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
0800 - 0915
Communication & Journalism - 245
Samantha Holley
003Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 245
Samantha Holley
004Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 243
Joseph Flores
006Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 156
Matthew Hoeg
007Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 245
Desiree Myers
008Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 243
Kara Stjonn
009Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 245
Carrie Mulderink
010Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 243
Desiree Myers
011Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 156
Matthew Hoeg
013Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 245
Matthew Higgins
016Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 156
Carrie Mulderink
022Lecture/Practice Experience3T, R
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 243
Zhao Ding
024Lecture/Practice Experience3T, R
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 156
Austin Wolff
029Lecture/Practice Experience3T, R
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 243
Austin Wolff
030Lecture/Practice Experience3T, R
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 156
Marissa Floyd
012Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 156
Matthew Higgins
033Lecture/Practice Experience3T, R
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 243
Anthony Zarinana
018Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 243
Kara Stjonn
017Lecture/Practice Experience3
014Lecture/Practice Experience3
034Lecture/Practice Experience3T, R
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 156
Anthony Zarinana
027Lecture/Practice Experience3
037Lecture/Practice Experience3T, R
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 156
Melissa Francis
042Lecture/Practice Experience3T, R
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 245
Seonah Kim
002Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
0930 - 1045
036Lecture/Practice Experience3M, W
1900 - 2130
Communication & Journalism - 243

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200 Level

220 - Communication for Teachers

Concepts and practices of interpersonal, small group and public communication pertinent to classroom teachers at the elementary, middle and secondary levels of education.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3T, R
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 256
Hannah Long

221 - Interpersonal Communication

Analysis of a variety of interpersonal communication concepts, with special emphasis on the application of communication skills in different situations. Meets New Mexico Lower Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area I: Communications.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
003Lecture3T, R
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 104
Gabriela Morales
004Lecture3M, W
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 104
Sebastiaan Gorissen
002Lecture3M, W
0800 - 0915
Communication & Journalism - 156
Jocelyn Gomez
005Lecture3T, R
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 104
Ailesha Ringer
001Lecture3M, W
1530 - 1645
Communication & Journalism - 245
Sebastiaan Gorissen

225 - Small Group Communication

Basic characteristics and patterns of communication in small groups. Includes attention to role theory, conflict resolution and creative decision-making methods.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3T, R
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 104
Eric Karikari
002Lecture3T, R
0930 - 1045
Mitchell Hall - 121
Nina Cooper

268 - Media Theories

Introduction to theories of mass media and their influences.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3T, R
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 258
Marco Briziarelli

269 - Multimedia & Visual Comm

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Studio3T, R
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 124
Jaelyn DeMaria
002Studio3T, R
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 124
Jaelyn DeMaria

278 - Writng-Editng Multimedia Journ

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Writing3W
1730 - 2000
Communication & Journalism - 124
Gwyneth Doland
004Writing3T, R
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 124
Katherine Cunningham

279 - Web Design

Introduction to writing and designing electronic publications using personal computers and online publishing software. Emphasizes use of graphics and text to communicate with users of the Internet. Competency with personal computers required.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Writing3T, R
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 124
Matthew Carter

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300 Level

300 - Theories of Communication

Study of the nature of communication theories and theory development, theories of meaning, information processing and influence with applications to selected communication contexts. Prerequisite: 101L.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3T, R
0800 - 0915
Communication & Journalism - 258
Jeffrey Hoffmann
003Lecture3M, W
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 119
Jocelyn Gomez

301 - Communication Research Methods

Quantitative and qualitative methods useful in investigation of communication processes and effects; concepts and techniques used in research design, data analysis, reporting and critically evaluating research. Prerequisite: 101L.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3T, R
1730 - 1845
Communication & Journalism - 245
Evan Ashworth

314 - Intercultural Communication

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3M, W
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 121
Tema Milstein
003Lecture3M, W
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 258
Patricia Covarrubias
001Lecture3M, W
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 258
Myra Roberts
005Lecture3T, R
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 258
Ailesha Ringer
006Lecture3T, R
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 258
Susana Martinez Guillem
004Lecture3T, R
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 119
Karen Schmidt
008Lecture3T, R
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 121
Karen Schmidt

318 - Language, Thought & Behavior

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
006Lecture3T, R
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 256
Jeffrey Hoffmann
002Lecture3M, W
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 256
Myra Roberts

319 - Language and Culture

(Also offered as ANTH 310/511; LING 359/559) Examination of the interrelations of language and speech with other selected aspects of culture and cognition. Prerequisite: ANTH 110 or LING 101 or LING 301.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3T, R
0930 - 1045
Dane Smith Hall - 333
Catherine Rhodes

320 - Conflict Mgmt & Mediation

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture/Practice Experience3T
1730 - 2000
Communication & Journalism - 256
Lindsay Scott
002Lecture/Practice Experience3R
1600 - 1830
Communication & Journalism - 104
Lindsay Scott

323 - Nonverbal Communication

Theory, analysis and practice of a variety of nonverbal messages, including body movement and appearance, vocal cues and environmental cues.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3T, R
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 245
Andrew West
002Lecture3M
1730 - 2000
Communication & Journalism - 256
Andrew West
006Lecture3T, R
1230 - 1500
Communication & Journalism - 121

326 - Gender & Communication

(Also offered as WMST 326) Study of the relationship between gender and communication with specific attention to how gender affects language, verbal and nonverbal communication practices and how women's movements have attempted to transform gendered communication practices.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3T, R
1230 - 1500
Communication & Journalism - 256
Hannah Long

327 - Persuasive Communication

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M, W
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 104
Melissa Francis
002Lecture3M, W
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 256

331 - Argumentation

Examines historical and contemporary theories of argumentation. Emphasis placed on development of effective advocacy and criticism of arguments.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M, W, F
1200 - 1250

332 - Business Professional Speaking

Analysis, preparation and presentation of speeches common in business and professional settings.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M, W
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 119
Kimberly Oostman
002Lecture3M, W, F
0900 - 0950
Communication & Journalism - 256

333 - Professional Communication

Focuses on the written and presentation skills needed to succeed in a professional environment. Lessons emphasize writing reports and proposals, acquiring social information, social interaction skills, the influence of audience on message design and business etiquette.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
006Lecture3T, R
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 104
Nina Cooper

339 - Rhetoric and the Environment

The course examines the ways we communicate about the environment and how this, in turn, impacts the way we view and treat the natural world.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3T, R
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 245
Judith Hendry

340 - Communication in Organizations

Examines current theories of organizational behavior with emphasis on communication patterns and practices. Attention to superior-subordinate communication, formal and informal communication networks, authority and power.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M, W
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 256
Stephen Griego

344 - Interviewing

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M, W
1100 - 1215
Communication & Journalism - 258
Heidi Ricci
002Lecture3M, W
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 258
Heidi Ricci

360 - Broadcast News I

Gathering and reporting news for radio/television. Instruction in shooting and editing videotape; writing to picture; and writing, producing and anchoring short news programs. Prerequisite: 269 and 278.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Studio3M, W
1000 - 1115
Communication & Journalism - 124
Adan Garcia

365 - History of Media

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3M
1730 - 2000
Communication & Journalism - 119
Mario Dozal
002Lecture3T, R
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 119
Godfried Asante

373 - Magazine Writing

The process of writing and marketing fiction and non-fiction for magazines.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Writing3T, R
1600 - 1830
Communication & Journalism - 243
Dirk Gibson

375 - Intermediate Reporting

Emphasis on reporting public affairs, the news feature story, developing and covering beats and computer-assisted reporting. Prerequisite: 278.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Writing3T, R
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 134
Katherine Cunningham

387 - Intro Strategic Communication

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3T, R
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 134
Kristelle Siarza
003Lecture3R
1730 - 2000
Communication & Journalism - 134
Kristelle Siarza

388 - Strat Planning & Positioning

Focuses on theories, strategies and practices in developing a strategic communication plan across multiple media vehicles. Emphasis is placed on researching product/service and its relationship to specific target audiences. Prerequisite: 171L and 387.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture3W
1600 - 1830
Communication & Journalism - 243
David Weiss

389 - Creative Concepts

Focuses on theories, strategies and practices in developing visuals/copy across the media. Provides the formats/structure to write, design and produce collateral pieces and promotional events utilizing conceptual and creative thinking. Prerequisite: 171L and 387.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
004Lecture3M
1730 - 2000
Communication & Journalism - 124
Carolyn Flynn

393 - T: Communication & Journalism

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SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Topics3M, W
1830 - 1945
SW Hispanic Rsrch/Chicano Stud - 106
Jessica Lopez
007Topics3T, R
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 121
Marissa Floyd
004Topics3M, W
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 121
Michael Marcotte

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400 Level

400 - Sr Sem Perspectives on Comm

In this capstone course, seniors assess the theories, concepts and skills learned throughout their communication major and apply them to real-world situations as well as to the fulfillment of professional, personal and social goals. Prerequisite: 300 and 301 and (332 or 333).

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
012Seminar3M, W
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 119
Andrew Leach
002Seminar3T, R
1530 - 1645
Communication & Journalism - 119
Judith Hendry

438 - Communicating Lobo Gardens

(Also offered as SUST *438) This course introduces and experientially explores the theoretical lenses of environmental communication, culture, sustainability, and restorative change through collaborative hands-on student preservation and growth of community food gardens.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Practice Experience3F
0900 - 1700
Communication & Journalism - 245

F
0900 - 1700
Communication & Journalism - 245

F
0900 - 1700
Communication & Journalism - 245

F
0900 - 1700
Communication & Journalism - 245
Tema Milstein

450 - Health Communication

Concepts and strategies for preventive health communication in such contexts as provider-patient interaction, health campaigns, social marketing, health images in the mass media and communication in health care organizations.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3W
1730 - 2000
Communication & Journalism - 245
Margaret Siebert

461 - Media Criticism

Evaluation of radio/television programming content from the perspective of the journalistic and academic critic. Examination of theoretical issues and production elements as they affect programming genres.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3T, R
0930 - 1045
Communication & Journalism - 119
Myra Washington

463 - T: Mass Communication

Intensive study of one area of theory and research in mass communication chosen by the instructor, e.g., rating systems, programming, economics, regulation, social effects. Content varies from semester to semester; may be repeated with different content.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Topics3F
0900 - 1145
Education - 104
Subhankar Banerjee

466 - Media Ethics and Law

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
003Lecture3T
1730 - 2000
Communication & Journalism - 119
Gwyneth Doland

469 - Multiculturism Gender & Media

(Also offered as WMST 469) Exploration of how gender, race, class, sexual orientation, ethnicity and other social positions affect media coverage, portrayals, production and reception. The course focuses on theories, methods of analysis and topics of current interest.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3M
1900 - 2130
Communication & Journalism - 258
Godfried Asante
001Lecture3T, R
1400 - 1515
Communication & Journalism - 258
Myra Washington

475 - Advanced Multimedia Journalism

The creation and maintenance of a news website. The understanding of software, in-depth reporting, and multimedia platforms to produce news information in all forms. Prerequisite: 360 and 375.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Writing3T, R
1530 - 1645
Communication & Journalism - 124
Michael Marcotte

478 - Media Theory and Research

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Lecture/Practice Experience3T, R
1230 - 1345
Communication & Journalism - 119
Ivana Cvetkovic

488 - Strategic Comm Campaigns

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
002Lecture3T, R
1900 - 2130
Communication & Journalism - 258
Dirk Gibson

490 - Undergraduate Problems

Restriction: permission of department chairperson.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Independent Study1 TO 3Marissa Floyd
002Independent Study1 TO 3Shinsuke Eguchi
005Independent Study1 TO 3Patricia Covarrubias
006Independent Study1 TO 3Susana Martinez Guillem
007Independent Study1 TO 3Kathy Isaacson
004Independent Study1 TO 3Mary Collier
008Independent Study1 TO 3Miguel Gandert
009Independent Study1 TO 3Dirk Gibson
010Independent Study1 TO 3Judith Hendry
012Independent Study1 TO 3Marco Briziarelli
015Independent Study1 TO 3Tamar Ginossar
018Independent Study1 TO 3Ilia Rodriguez Nazario
019Independent Study1 TO 3Richard Schaefer
020Independent Study1 TO 3Michael Marcotte
022Independent Study1 TO 3Julie Shields
014Independent Study1 TO 3Tema Milstein
023Independent Study1 TO 3Judith White
021Independent Study1 TO 3Karen Schmidt
025Independent Study1 TO 3Myra Washington
026Independent Study1 TO 3David Weiss
017Independent Study1 TO 3Lillian Kelly
003Independent Study1 TO 3Jaelyn DeMaria
011Independent Study1 TO 3Jaelyn DeMaria
027Independent Study3Laura Burton

491 - Intern Communication Education

Review of recent developments in course content, teaching materials and instructional strategies; simulated classroom experience with analysis of teaching behavior using media. Restriction: permission of department chairperson.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Practice Experience3Marissa Floyd
007Practice Experience3Kathy Isaacson
010Practice Experience3Judith Hendry
003Practice Experience3Karen Schmidt
017Practice Experience3Laura Burton
002Practice Experience3Judith White

492 - Internship in Comm

Internships in communication arranged with individual faculty members. Offered on CR/NC basis only. Prerequisite: 2.5 GPA, completion of 9 hours in CJ, to include at least one 300-level course and one course in the area of the internship. Six hours maximum of any CJ internship credit is allowed. Restriction: permission of instructor.

SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Practice Experience1 TO 3Michael Marcotte
002Practice Experience1 TO 3Laura Burton

494 - Senior Thesis

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SectionTypeCreditsTime/LocationInstructor
001Independent Study3Marissa Floyd
002Independent Study3Shinsuke Eguchi
006Independent Study3Susana Martinez Guillem
007Independent Study3Laura Burton
008Independent Study3Miguel Gandert
009Independent Study3Dirk Gibson
010Independent Study3Judith Hendry
012Independent Study3Marco Briziarelli
014Independent Study3Tamar Ginossar
003Independent Study3Lillian Kelly
018Independent Study3Richard Schaefer
019Independent Study3Myra Washington
004Independent Study3Mary Collier
005Independent Study3Patricia Covarrubias
021Independent Study3David Weiss
022Independent Study3Karen Schmidt
013Independent Study3Tema Milstein
020Independent Study3Michael Marcotte
023Independent Study3Judith White
015Independent Study3Kathy Isaacson
016Independent Study3Julie Shields
017Independent Study3Jaelyn DeMaria

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