International Code for Communication Studies Courses

The following table is a list of all Communication Studies courses. The code in the right side column indicates which courses are available to International Students:

  1. Open to International Students
  2. Open to International Students with Permission of the Instructor
  3. Closed to International Students

International Code Chart (printer friendly pdf)

Sample Syllabi (pdf) *Please note: ALL SAMPLES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Sample syllabi do not guarantee course assignments, schedules, or materials. Sample syllabi do not guarantee course or instructor availability.

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Course # TITLE (credits) International Student Code
101
Public Speaking (3)
2
104
Concepts in Communication Studies (3)
1
105
Intro to Communication Studies (3)
2
116
Performance of Literature (3)
2
160
Engaging Contemporary Media (3) 
1 (unlimited)
200
Research Methods (3)
3
210
Performance of Children's Literature (3)
2
211
Storytelling (3)
2
212
Storytelling in the Community (3)
2
219
Voice and Diction (3)
1
220
Interpersonal Communication (3)
1
223
Mediation and Conflict Management (3)
1
226
Health Communication (3)
1
231
Integrated Marketing Communication I (3)
1
232
Writing as Strategic Communication (3)
3
246
Communication with Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Persons (3)
1
250
Intro to Political Communication (3)
1
256
Persuasion and Social Influence (3)
2
257
Argumentation and Debate (3)
2
258
Rhetoric of Popular Culture (3)
2
265
Media, Culture and Society I (3)
2
268
Broadcast Journalism I (3)
1
271
Small-Group Communication (3)
2
272
Intro to Organizational Communication (3)
1
280
Introduction to Digital Video Production (3)
1 (3-5 slots)
283
Digital Audio I (3)
1
286
Digital Multimedia I (3)
2
288
3D Computer Animation I (3)
2
295
Seminar in Communication Studies (1 to 3)
2
300
Applied Quantitative Research Methods (3)
3
301
Rhetorical Theory (3)
2
305
Communication Theory (3)
2
310
Performance of Literature II (3)
2
313
Performance of Southern Prose (3)
2
319
On-Camera Performance (4)
2
334
Public Relations 1 (3)
2
338
Advertising I (3)
2
343
Culture and Communication of Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Persons (3)
1
344
Intercultural Communication (3)
1
346
Interracial Communication (3)
1
347
Aging and Communication (3)
2
350
Politics and Film (3)
2
351
Media and Politics (3)
2
356
Speech Writing (3)
3
358
Diversity in Public Communication (3)
1
361
Media Law and Ethics (3)
2
362
Communication Ethics (3)
2
368
Broadcast Journalism II (3)
2
372
Studies in Organizational Communication (3)
2
374
Communication Consulting (3)
2
378
Business and Professional Communication (3)
2
380
Field Video Production I (3)
2 (1-2 slots)
382
Studio Video Production I (4)
1
383
Digital Audio II
2 (1-4 slots)
387
Desktop Publishing (3)
2
388
3D Computer Animation II
2
400
Communication Studies Capstone (3)
3
415
Experimental Theatre (3)
2
420
Interpersonal Communication II(3)
2
421
Nonverbal Communication (3)
2
425
Negotiation (3)
1
431
Integrated Marketing Communication II
2
434
Public Relations II (3)
3
436
Public Relations Case Studies (3)
2
438
Advertising II 
2
458
Rhetoric of Faith Healing (3)
1
465
Media, Culture, and Society II (3)
2
473
Communication Training and Development (3)
2
474
Organizational Culture (3)
1
480
Field Video Production II (4)
2 (1-2 slots)
481
Demo Reel (1)
2 (1-2 slots)
482
Studio Video Production II (4)
2
483
Television Production Workshop 
2
486
Digital Multimedia II (3)
2
491
Directed Individual Study (1 to 3)
3
495
Advanced Seminar in Communication Studies (1 to 3)
2
498
Internship in Communication Studies (3 or 6)
3
499
Honors Work in Communication Studies (2 to 3)
3