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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Communication 192 Degree Requirements for the Major  

Degree Requirements for the Major

Cook College students majoring in communication also must complete a minor or certificate program offered by the Cook College faculty.

I. College Mission: Interdisciplinary Critical Analysis (5-6 credits)

11:015:101 Perspectives on Agriculture and the Environment (2)

11:015:400 Junior/Senior Colloquium (3)

II. Introductory Life and Physical Sciences (7 credits)

See suggested courses in the Degree Requirements chapter. Selection of courses may be determined by the student`s choice of minor or certificate program.

III. Humanities and the Arts (6 credits)

See suggested courses in the Degree Requirements chapter.

IV. Multicultural and International Studies (6 credits)

04:192:346 Intercultural Communication (3) or 04:192: 345 International Communication (3) or 04:192:405 Communication and Gender (3) or 04:192:434 Intercultural Communication Workshop (3) and/ora course/courses suggested in the Degree Requirements chapter

V. Human Behavior, Economic Systems, and Political Processes (9 credits)

See suggested courses in the Degree Requirements chapter. Selection of courses may be determined by the student's choice of minor or certificate program.

VI. Oral and Written Communication (6 credits)

04:192:359 Persuasive Communication (3) or 04:192: 380 Public Speaking (3) or 04:192:381 Argumentation (3) or 04:192:407 Health Communication (3)

01:355:101 Expository Writing I (3) or equivalent

VII. Experience-Based Education (1-3 credits)

04:192:369 Internship in Communication (3) or 04:192: 470 Research in Communication (3) or 04:192:491,492 Independent Study in Communication * (1-3,1-3) oran appropriate cooperative education placement

VIII. Proficiency in Communication (39-48 credits)

A. REQUIRED COURSES (39-42)

Quantitative Skills (3)

04:192:300 Communication Research (3)

Computer and Information Technology Competence (3)

01:198:110 Introduction to Computers and Their Application (3) or 04:189:103 Information Technology and Informatics (3) or equivalent

Professional Ethics (3)

04:192:365 Principles of Public Relations (3)

Additional Requirements (30-33)

04:189:101 Introduction to Communication and Information Systems and Processes (3)

04:189:102 Introduction to Media Systems and Processes (3) or04:189:103 Information Technology and Informatics (3)

04:192:200Communication Theory (3)

04:192:201Interpersonal Communication Processes (3)

At least one of the following courses (3):

04:192:354 Mediated Communication Theory (3)

04:192:355 Interpersonal Communication Theory (3)

04:192:357 Organizational Communication Theory (3)

A minor or certificate program offered by Cook College (18)

Students should consult the description of the communication program in the School of Communication, Information and Library Studies chapter for a recommended sequence of communication courses.

B. ELECTIVES (6-12)

At least two courses at the 400 level (excluding 04:192: 491,492, and 495) must be included in the total of 33 credits of 04:192 courses required for the major. Students who have completed 33 credits of courses in communication must apply to the department for special permission to take additional 04:192 courses.

IX. Unspecified Electives (41-46 credits)

* 04:192:491.492 does not count toward the minimum 33-credit communication course requirement.


 
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