2012-13 MAX ARCHER, Instructor (Communication Studies) B.A., North Texas; M.A., Kansas State JAMES DYER, Visiting Instructor B.A., Minnesota, Morris; M.A., Iowa WENDY HILTON-MORROW, Associate Professor (Communication Studies) B.A., Augustana; M.A., Ph.D., Iowa STEPHEN KLIEN, Associate Professor (Communication Studies) B.A., Monmouth; M.A., Ph.D., Illinois W. DAVID SNOWBALL, Professor (Communication Studies) B.A., Pittsburgh; M.A., Ph.D. Massachusetts DOUG TSCHOPP, Instructor B.A., St. Ambrose, M.B.A., Iowa SHARON VARALLO, Professor, Chair (Communication Studies) B.A., William and Mary; M.A., North Carolina; Ph.D., Ohio State MAJOR IN MULTIMEDIA JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION 30 credits, including one of 211, 212; 213; 225; 250; 251; 252; 301; 322; and either 451-452, 455-456 or 3 credits of 300+ hour approved professional internship. At least 2 of any combination of the following three courses: 220, 221, 225; these 1-credit courses may be repeated and taken for credit or non-credit. MINOR IN MULTIMEDIA JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION 18 credits, including 213, 250, 251, 252 and 301; at least 3 credits of MJMC electives at the 300-400 level.
MJMC-199 Directed Study (1 Credits)
MJMC-211 Communication, Politics & Citizenship (3 Credits)
(PL) Communication, Politics and Citizenship addresses issues of communication as they impinge on citizens of a free society, with a focus on political discourse in the public sphere. Features communication strategies and argument patterns in political campaigns, public policy and the media. Also COMM 211.
MJMC-212 Advertising Influence (3 Credits)
(PS) Examines the history, s