Department of Art, Communications and Theatre
The Department of Art, Communications and Theatre offers a supporting field for graduate majors. The student may have a supporting field in communications/journalism, communications/speech or theatre arts. An interdisciplinary supporting field among these areas is possible with permission of the department chair.
ARTS 5300 Graduate Drawing 3 SCH (2-4)
The development and execution of advanced problems in drawing. May be repeated for credit.
ARTS 5310 Graduate Painting 3 SCH (2-4)
The development and execution of advanced problems in painting. May be repeated for credit.
ARTS 5340 Graduate Ceramics 3 SCH (2-4)
The development and execution of advanced problems in ceramics. May be repeated for credit.
COMJ 5302 Hispanics in the Media 3 SCH (3-0)
Provides historically accurate information about the impact of Spanish-language media in the United States and develops appreciation for diversity and knowledge of Latino subcultures of the United States.
COMJ 5303 Select Topics in Mass Comm 3 SCH (0-3)
Weekly reports and individual research papers. The course may be repeated once for credit when the topic changes.
COMJ 5304 Mass Communications Research 3 SCH (3)
Systematic study of mass communication/journalism research and how to answer questions about the mass media. Quantitative and qualitative methods of research and research terminology.
COMJ 5310 Advanced Advertising/Marketing 3 SCH (3-0)
Experience with professional presentations to national and international clients. Prepares students for the American Advertising Federation's National Student Advertising Competition.
COMJ 5320 Public Relations & Crisis Mgmt 3 SCH (3-0)
Public relations, crisis management, reaching major audiences, emergency communications, and problem solving. Theoretical basis for public relations; relevant laws and ethical principals.