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CMC-141 PRACTICUM IN RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATIONS. (3)

Student interaction and involvement in communication experience will be required students
who have chosen communication- as their major. This course may be repeated. (45 hours)

CMC-101 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH (3)

Analysis of role of oral communication in human relationships with consideration
of variety of interpersonal contexts regarding religious speech presentations.

CMC-201 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION (3)

Introduction to all forms of communications. This includes newspapers, magazines,
radio-television, book publishing, public relations, advertising and photo journalism.

CMC-201 PUBLIC SPEAKING (3)

Principles of public speaking practice in presenting informative and persuasive speeches
with emphasis on communicative process.

CMC-202 VOICE AND ARTICULATION (3)

Designed to help each student recognize, evaluate and compensate for or improve speech production characteristics.

CMC-203 MANUAL COMMUNICATION I (3)

Basic instruction and practice in finger spelling and signing used by and for the deaf and hard of hearing.

CMC-241 PRACTICUM IN RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATION (3)

Interaction and involvement in communication experience will be required students who have chosen
communication as their major. This course may be This course may be repeated.

CMC-301 MANUAL COMMUNICATION II (3)

Advanced instruction and practice in finger-spelling and signing used by and for the deaf and hard of hearing.

CMC-303 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH AND ORATORY (3)

A basic course in public speaking which combines elementary rhetorical principles with opportunity
for individual improvement through practice.

CMC-305 HISTORY AND CRITICISM OF 20TH CENTURY RELIGIOUS ORATORY (3)

Methods of communication, presentation of masters of the period; Billy Graham, Robert Schuller,
Oral Roberts, Fred Price, Kenneth Copeland, etc.

CMC-308 COMMUNICATION GRAPHICS (3)

Creative and practical aspects of typography, layout and design of printed communication.

CMC-341 PRACTICUM IN RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATION (3)

Student interaction and involvement in communication experience will be required students who have chosen communication- as their major. This course may be repeated. (45 hours)

CMC-406 INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION (3)

Development, structure, functions, processes and control, and effects of mass media on, to, and for religious application.

CMC-409 INTRODUCTION TO VERBAL LANGUAGE BEHAVIOR (3)

Fundamental linguistic theory of verbal language production in message generation, oral, vocal and verbal.

CMC-441 PRACTICUM IN RELIGIOUS COMM. (3)

Student interaction and involvement in communication experience will be required students who have chosen communication- as their major. This course may be repeated. (4 hours)

CMC-500 COMMUNICATION AND PERSUASION (3)

Process of communication and attitude change, survey of general theories and typical research, analysis of contemporary persuasion problems in relation to religious applications.

CMC-501 RELIGIOUS MAGAZINE FEATURE WRITING (3)

Writing and marketing factual magazine feature articles. Finding subjects, securing photographs, writing articles, and surveying markets.

CMC-502 RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN REGARD TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH (3)

Ethical, legal, and rhetorical implications of constitutional guarantees on political, social, and religious speech.

CMC-503 FILM PRODUCTION & EDITING (3)

Principles and practices of film production and editing.

CMC-506 RELIGIOUS ADVERTISING COPY WRITING (3)

Graphic arts selection, copy writing and editing headlines writing subject selection and layout of copy pages.

CMC-509 RELIGIOUS INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS COMMUNICATION (3)

Development and operation of world communication channels and agencies. Comparative analysis of media, media practices, and flow of news throughout world.

CMC-512 RELIGIOUS PUBLIC RELATION (3)

Public relations planning and techniques with regard to religious applications; selected communication studies and theories. Polling, defining objectives and analysis of public relations messages.

CMC-513 EDITING & SUPERVISION OF RELIGIOUS PUBLICATIONS (3)

Theory, techniques of editing, and production includes analysis of publications.

CMC-515 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN JOURNALISM (3)

Directed research/readings in Journalism under supervision of an Academic Advisor to meet the needs/interests of the student.

CMC-540 PRACTICUM RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATIONS (9)

Student interaction and involvement in communication experience will be required students who have chosen communication as their major.

CMC-621 ADV. AUDIO PRODUCTION AND EDITING (3)

Principles and practices of audio production and editing, including live radio and tape.

CMC-621 ADVANCED VIDEO PRODUCTION & EDITING (3)

Pre-requisite COM-503.

Advanced methods and problems related to the production and editing of film and video.

CMC-625 ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS COMMUNICATIONS (3)

Pre-requisite COM-509.

Advanced methods and problems related to mission communications.

CMC-626 CROSS CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS (3)

Analysis of processes and problems of communication as affected by national cultures; effects of differences in language, values, meaning perception and thought in regard to missions application.

CMC-627 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN AUDIO COMMUNICATIONS (3)

Directed research/readings in Audio Communications under supervision of an Academic Advisor to meet the needs/interests of the student.

CMC-630 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS (3)

Directed research/readings in Video Communications under supervision of an Academic Advisor to meet the needs/interests of the student.

CMC-650 PRACTICUM IN RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATIONS (6)

Student interaction and involvement in communication experience will be required students who have chosen Communication as their major. This course may be repeated. (135 hours)

 

 

 

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