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  Sep 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 University catalog

Communications, Department of


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Department Chair

Jason M. Shepard

Department Office/Website

College Park 400
657-278-3517
communications.fullerton.edu/departments/comm

Faculty

Carol Ames, Julio Bermejo, Jeff Brody, Christina Ceisel, Amber Chitty, Carolyn Coal, Jim Collison, David DeVries, Emily Erickson, Pete Evanow, Tony Fellow, Brent Foster, Dennis Gaschen, Beth Georges, Kuen-Hee Ju-Pak, Dean Kazoleas, Keith Kesler, Cynthia King, Michelle Kurland, Paul Lester, Gail Love, Michael McAlexander, Robert Meeds, Coral Ohl, Penchen Phoborisut, Henry Puente, Waleed Rashidi, Chelsea Reynolds, Frank Russell, Jason Shepard, Andi Stein, Bonnie Stewart, Doug Swanson, Edgar Trotter, Diane Witmer, Mark Wu, Fred Zandpour

Introduction

Effective ethical communications are essential for the well being of a democratic society. Thus, there is a need for persons trained in the theory and practice of informing, instructing and persuading through communications media.

Degree Descriptions

The Bachelor of Arts in Communications is designed to provide students with training in the theory and practice of informing, instructing and persuading through communications media. Because effective ethical communications are essential for the well being of a democratic society, the curriculum ensures that: all majors are exposed to a broad liberal education; provides majors with a clear understanding and a global perspective of the role of communications media in society; and prepares majors desiring communications-related careers in the mass media, business, government and education by educating them in depth on one of the specialized concentrations within the department.

The Master of Arts in Communications is designed to provide students with advanced study in communications theory and research, and offers an opportunity to integrate all aspects of the profession into a single degree. The program prepares the graduate to apply advanced communication concepts, research development skills and theories relevant to the use of communications media for a wide variety of purposes. Such study may serve those whose careers involve the use of print, electronic and online media to inform, instruct and persuade. Communications skills are highly applicable to a wide range of careers in business, industry, government, education and mass media.

Learning Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Programs and Courses Offered

Programs

    Bachelor of ArtsMaster of ArtsNon-Degree

    Courses

      Communications

      Courses are designated as COMM in the class schedule.

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