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COMM 6100 : Communication Theory
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CM-MA: Communication Management
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Organizational Sciences and Communication (OSCM)
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students in the MA in communication management program
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An in-depth examination of theories of human communication, including those related to interpersonal, small group, intercultural, and media communication. Emphasis is placed on close examination of contemporary research literature in these areas.
• demonstrate expertise in the field of communication theory and in several specific communication theories pertinent to your research interests, • synthesize common arguments about the role of academic inquiry and move from understanding the ongoing “conversation” in the field to engaging in it, • compare and contrast different theoretical perspectives in the field of communication, • apply communication theories to practical challenges, • create, test, and analyze a communication theory of your own.
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COMM 6100 Communication Theory Fall 2015 with schedule.doc
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Graduate version of course for Comm MA program
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