CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
January 14 - May 10
30365 COMM 1003 M01 3 Introduction To Communication TR 11:00am  12:15
  Enrollment: 25 Location: FUGITT 131 Inst: Daniel Koger
  The foundation course in the Communication major is designed to introduce students to core concepts in the discipline of Communication and to demonstrate applications in professional and relational contexts. Spring/Fall
 
30366 COMM 1003 M02 3 Introduction To Communication TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 22 Location: TURNER 105 Inst: Daniel Koger
 
30367 COMM 1003 M03 3 Introduction To Communication MWF 12:30pm  01:20
  Enrollment: 26 Location: TURNER 105 Inst: Daniel Koger
 
30369 COMM 2103 M01 3 Public Speaking TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 19 Location: TURNER 105 Inst: Greg Phelps
  A study of public speaking, focused primarily on the construction of speeches. Includes introductions to audience analysis, persuasion, and delivery techniques. An additional focus is on developing appropriate listening behaviors. Strong emphasis on attendance: ENGL 1013 recommended. Spring/Fall - GE CORE - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION - ORAL
 
30371 COMM 2103 M03 3 Public Speaking TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 23 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Jerry Thomas
 
30372 COMM 2103 M04 3 Public Speaking TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 21 Location: GOODHU 315 Inst: Greg Phelps
 
30373 COMM 2103 M05 3 Public Speaking TR 08:00am  09:15
    Enrollment: 21 Location: TURNER 208 Inst: Benson Sexton
 
30374 COMM 2103 M06 3 Public Speaking MWF 08:30am  09:20
    Enrollment: 24 Location: TURNER 208 Inst: Benson Sexton
 
30375 COMM 2103 M07 3 Public Speaking MWF 09:30am  10:20
  Enrollment: 28 Location: TURNER 208 Inst: Laura Burwash
 
30376 COMM 2103 M08 3 Public Speaking MWF 11:30am  12:20
  Enrollment: 25 Location: EVERET 200 Inst: Benson Sexton
 
30377 COMM 2103 M09 3 Public Speaking MWF 12:30pm  01:20
    Enrollment: 23 Location: GOODHU 211 Inst: Laura Burwash
 
30378 COMM 2103 M10 3 Public Speaking MWF 10:30am  11:20
    Enrollment: 22 Location: TURNER 107 Inst: Jennifer Furkin
 
30382 COMM 2503 M01 3 Interpersonal Communications TR 09:30am  10:45
  Enrollment: 25 Location: TURNER 104 Inst: Benson Sexton
  An analysis of interpersonal effectiveness, verbal and nonverbal techniques, encoding and decoding communication messages, and interaction within relationships. COMM 1003. Recommended Spring/Fall. GE INTERMEDIATE - INQUIRY & ANALYSIS - APPLICATION/INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE
 
30724 COMM 2801 M01 1 Sp Top: Oral Histories M 10:30am  11:20
    Enrollment: 6 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Benson Sexton
  Students will study the framework necessary for conducting accurate interviews and research as well as the process for preserving oral histories. Applying the learned information, students will investigate individuals and print archives related to two historically significant landmarks of the Green River Region: Lindsey Wilson College and The Homeplace on Green River. Students will focus their interviews and research on stories that may be lost once the generation has passed if not preserved. Additionally, students will be introduced to the IRB approval process and its importance during the investigation of human subjects. Students will present their research at a spring 2013 colloquium at Lindsey Wilson College and teh fall 2013 ACA-UNCA Undergraduate Research Symposium.
 
30379 COMM 2903 M01 3 Communicating Effectively TR 12:30pm  01:45
  Enrollment: 28 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Jerry Thomas
  This course applies fundamental communcation concepts in personal and professional situations, utilizing Lawrence Appley's "Communicating for Productivity" to implement and test ideas in simulation environments. Emphasis will be placed on enhancing listening, questioning, and paraphrasing skills. Students will develop a written, measurable plan for setting attainable academic, personal, and professional goals, determine when and at what standards those goals will be met, evaluate progress toward acquiring those goals, and develop plans for additional improvement which will occur after completion of the course. Spring.
 
30383 COMM 3103 M01 3 Advanced Public Speaking TR 11:00am  12:15
  Enrollment: 24 Location: TURNER 105 Inst: Susan Minton
  An intensive application of the basic skills of public speaking. Delivery is stressed as a critical component of speech-making. Emphasis is given to critical thinking skills, analysis of research findings, the impact of language on messages, critiquing and examining the delivery and speaking skills of current political and entertainment figures. Prerequisites: Minimum grade of C in COMM 2103, COMM 1003 recommended. Spring/Even Years
 
30384 COMM 3213 M01 3 Intermediate Public Relations TR 08:00am  09:15
    Enrollment: 17 Location: TURNER 215 Inst: Daniel Koger
  This intermediate course helps students develop expanded skills in applying public relations principles and practices to case studies that reflect the realities of the profession today. As student skills expand, there will be some work with real companies as clients. Prerequisite: COMM 3113 Public Relations Principles and Practices. Fall
 
30385 COMM 3303 M01 3 Group Communication TR 02:00pm  03:15
  Enrollment: 35 Location: FUGITT 118 Inst: Daniel Koger
  This course studies time interaction and communication in small-group and team situations. Emphasis is placed on role identity, listening, conflict, problem-solving and decision-making. COMM 1003 recommended, Spring.
 
30386 COMM 3303 M02 3 Group Communication MWF 11:30am  12:20
  Enrollment: 38 Location: FUGITT 327 Inst: Daniel Koger
 
30390 COMM 3333 M01 3 Internal Communication MWF 09:30am  10:20
  Enrollment: 25 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Susan Minton
  Focuses on the effect internal dialogue has on reasoning, choice, and intention. The course explores the role that conscious and unconscious discourse plays in our effort to understand both ourselves and our environment; and thus become more effective communicators. Fall and Spring.
 
30387 COMM 3603 M01 3 Intercultural Communication MWF 12:30pm  01:20
    Enrollment: 24 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Greg Phelps
  HONOR'S SECTION
  This course serves as an overview of the study of communication and culture, with an emphasis on the theory and practice of cross-cultural and intercultural communication. Includes comparative studies of communcation practices in different cultures and subcultures (intercultural). COMM 1003 recommended. Spring. GE INTERMEDIATE - ENGAGED LOCAL & GLOBAL CIZITENSHIP
 
30388 COMM 3713 M01 3 Gender Communication TR 08:00am  09:15
  Enrollment: 28 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Susan Minton
  An assessment of communication interaction as influenced by gender differences and similarities. Intensive study of gender in social and professional situations. COMM 1003 recommended. Spring
 
30389 COMM 3713 M02 3 Gender Communication TR 09:30am  10:45
  Enrollment: 25 Location: TURNER 208 Inst: Susan Minton
 
30585 COMM 4403 M01 3 Communication Law & Ethics MWF 11:30am  12:20
  Enrollment: 13 Location: TURNER 108 Inst: David Goguen
  (Also listed as JRNL 4403) The course focuses on the study of media law and ethical considerations in the contemporary communication environment. Topics include the First Amendment, libel, invasion of privacy, information access, fress press and fair trial considerations, obscenity, copyright, advertising, and telecommunications regulations. Course Rotation: Spring.
 
30391 COMM 4503 M01 3 Interviewing TR 09:30am  10:45
  Enrollment: 28 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Jerry Thomas
  A comprehensive study of interviewing techniques as applied in diverse settings, including employment, performance appraisal, health care, and human services. Students will demonstrate understanding of relevant principles and techniques through observation of and participation in a series of interviews in and out of class. COMM 1003 Recommended, Spring.
 
30392 COMM 4503 M02 3 Interviewing TR 02:00pm  03:15
  Enrollment: 26 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Jerry Thomas
 
30394 COMM 4723 M01 3 Persuasion MWF 11:30am  12:20
  Enrollment: 26 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Greg Phelps
  HONOR'S SECTION
  An advanced study of theories of human influence and motivation, and their applications, with emphasis on commercial and political advertising in mass communication and computer-mediated communication. Spring. GE INTERMEDIATE - INQUIRY & ANALYSIS
 
January 22 - February 5
30721 COMM 2201 M01 1 Communication Presentations T 06:00pm  10:00
    Enrollment: 8 Location: TURNER 108 Inst: Susan Minton
  Meshes the world of PowerPoint and public speaking. Strategies for creating basic PowerPoint presentations will be introduced. Students will convey ideas using technologically enhanced communication. This class is a general elective, but it may be used in the Communication major under the area of General Electives. Spring/Fall
 
March 19 - April 2
30722 COMM 2201 M02 1 Communication Presentations T 06:00pm  10:00
    Enrollment: 8 Location: TURNER 108 Inst: Susan Minton
 
Class Schedule Codes:
F   Class is full.
C   Class has been cancelled.