Roanoke College - Courses OfferedSummer Term 1 2013S1 - Communications
COMM 250 A
Title: Communication TheoryInstructor: Dr. Erica F. Cooper
Room: MILL 213
Comments: Communications 101.
Catalog Description: An introduction to the most important contemporarytheories of human communication. This course willexplore general issues concerning the nature oftheory and communication, the relation betweentheory and practice, and the influence of cultureand gender. Students will critically examine howthe communication process contributes to thedevelopment of information and meaning, selfhood,interpersonal relationships, social influence, andculture. (1) Lecture: 3hrs/wk.
COMM 354 A
Title: Rhetorical Theory & CriticismInstructor: Dr. Erica F. Cooper
Room: MILL 213
Comments: Communications 250.
Catalog Description: In this course students will think, analyze, andwrite carefully about public messages thatinfluence our experience, professions, lives andcultures. This course will explore thepossibilities and difficulties of forming, using,and evaluating messages that individuals or groupsuse to influence or change a large publicaudience. (1) Lecture: 3hrs/wk.
COMM 416 A
Title: InternshipInstructor: Ms. Jennifer O. Rosti
Comments: One 200-level Communications course and permission.
Catalog Description: Experience in a field of applied communications (for example, newspaper, radio, television), under supervision from the agency involved and the course instructor. Laboratory: 10 hrs/wk.