The Communication Studies minor aims to help students realize how communication constructs the social world in which they live and connects them to it. Communication is a tool to build, maintain, and navigate relationships with individuals, institutions, and society. Through study of different types and contexts of communication, students recognize the vital role it plays in the negotiation of everyday life, understand the underlying theories and principles, and build the skills to put them into practice.
The following requirements below are intended for students declared after Fall 2022. If you have already declared your minor, please speak to your academic advisor for assistance.
|EN 141||Fundamentals of Communication||3|
|EN 201||Organizational Communication and Workplace Relationships||3|
|EN 203||Your Digital Life: Online Literacies for a Networked World||3|
|EN 241||Professional Speech Communication||3|
|EN 242||Public Speaking||3|
|EN 243||Voice and Articulation: Theory and Practice||3|
|EN 244||Speech Dynamics in Group Communication||3|
|EN 245||Intercultural Communication||3|
|EN 246||Interpersonal Communication||3|
|EN 274||Voices of Civil Rights in American History||3|
|EN 306||Conflict Management and Negotiation||3|
|EN 342||Argumentation and Persuasion||3|
|EN 343||Advanced Public Speaking||3|
|EN 372||Rhetoric in Popular Culture||3|