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Graduate Course Offerings


The Department of Communication offers an array of courses at the graduate level. For a full listing, consult the Graduate Catalog. Most of these will not be offered every semester, so check the Registrar's Office for an up-to-date schedule.

Prospective and current students can find greater detail on planned and current course offerings in the Department using two documents.

Current COMM Graduate Courses describes in detail all graduate courses offered in the current or next term.

Previous terms: Fall 2022, Spring 2022, Fall 2021, Spring 2021, Fall 2020Spring 2020Fall 2019Spring 2019, Fall 2018Spring 2018Fall 2017Spring 2017Fall 2016Spring 2016Fall 2015

Graduate Communication and Film Courses Offered by the department.

* Indicate Course Designated as Fulfilling Methods Requirement.

**Rotation is subject to change based on faculty availability and department need. 

 

Spring 2024

7/8321 - Comm Theory (Stewart)

7/8371 - Rhetorical Criticism (Moss)*

7/8806 - Topics in Media Studies (Stephens)

7/8331 - Topics in Communication Theory: Organizational Communication (Carstensen)

FVP Courses

6851 - Film History II (Roy)

6891 - Directing for Film (Goodman)

6894 - Community Action Film (Goodman)

6856 - Gender and Film (Levina)

6222 - Eco-Cinema (Roy)