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    University of Louisiana Lafayette
   
 
  Nov 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog

Course Descriptions



To enroll in any 400-level course, students must be admitted to the Upper Division; to enroll in a 400(G)-level course in which there are graduate students, students must have junior or higher standing.

*LCCN indicates Louisiana Common Course Number.

 

Communication

Students must achieve a "C" or better in all prerequisites.

   •  CMCN 335 - Visual Communication I
   •  CMCN 337 - Visual Communication II
   •  CMCN 338 - Internet Communication
   •  CMCN 339 - Portfolio Development
   •  CMCN 340 - Advertising Creative Strategy I
   •  CMCN 341 - Advertising Creative Strategy II
   •  CMCN 342 - Electronic Media Advertising
   •  CMCN 345 - Social Media Communication
   •  CMCN 350 - Principles of Electronic Media
   •  CMCN 352 - Scriptwriting
   •  CMCN 354 - History of American Media
   •  CMCN 357 - Broadcast Newswriting
   •  CMCN 360 - Television Production
   •  CMCN 365 - Single-Camera Production
   •  CMCN 377 - Film and Television Aesthetics
   •  CMCN 384 - Communication Theory
   •  CMCN 385 - Communication Law and Ethics
   •  CMCN 386 - Communication Research
   •  CMCN 401G - Intro to Training and Development
   •  CMCN 402G - Persuasion
   •  CMCN 403G - Crisis and Risk Communication
   •  CMCN 404G - Health Communication
   •  CMCN 406G - Communication Consultation
   •  CMCN 407G - Diffusion of Innovations
   •  CMCN 412G - Feature Writing
   •  CMCN 413G - Public Affairs Reporting
   •  CMCN 414G - Media Management
   •  CMCN 415G - Multimedia Journalism
   •  CMCN 421G - Advanced Public Relations Writing
   •  CMCN 423G - Public Relations Case Studies
   •  CMCN 427G - Experimental Design and Analysis
   •  CMCN 435G - Advertising Media Planning
   •  CMCN 445G - Advertising Sales Strategies
   •  CMCN 448G - Trends in 21st Century Communication Seminar
   •  CMCN 449G - Strategic Campaign Management
   •  CMCN 455 - TV News Production
   •  CMCN 460G - TV/Film Producing and Directing
   •  CMCN 465G - Documentary Filmmaking
   •  CMCN 469G - Digital Media Convergence
   •  CMCN 470G - Intercultural Communication
   •  CMCN 474G - Cultural History of Film
   •  CMCN 477 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  CMCN 478G - Special Topics in Communication
   •  CMCN 487G - Global Media
   •  CMCN 488G - Computer-Mediated-Communication Issues
   •  CMCN 490G - Internship
   •  CMCN 497 - Independent Study
   •  CMCN 498 - Independent Study
   •  CMCN 501 - Introduction to Graduate Studies & Teaching Pedagogy
   •  CMCN 503 - Organizational Communication
   •  CMCN 504 - Graduate Research
   •  CMCN 505 - Communication Research Design and Analysis
   •  CMCN 509 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  CMCN 511 - Journalism and Mass Communication
   •  CMCN 527 - Public Opinion and Issues Management
   •  CMCN 528 - Public Relations Publics
   •  CMCN 538 - Public Relations Management
   •  CMCN 545 - Advertising
   •  CMCN 566 - Seminar I
   •  CMCN 567 - Seminar II
   •  CMCN 571 - Theory and Research in Mass Communications
   •  CMCN 572 - Communication Theory
   •  CMCN 578 - Communication Law and Ethics
   •  CMCN 581 - Qualitative Communication Research Methods
   •  CMCN 582 - International Communication
   •  CMCN 584 - Communication Technologies and Policies
   •  CMCN 585 - Computer-Mediated Communication Theory
   •  CMCN 595 - Professional Project
   •  CMCN 597 - Directed Individual Study
   •  CMCN 598 - Directed Individual Study
   •  CMCN 599 - Thesis Research and Thesis
   •  CMCN 899 - Examinations Only

Communicative Disorders

   •  ASL 101 - American Sign Language I
   •  ASL 102 - American Sign Language II
   •  ASL 201 - American Sign Language III
   •  CODI 102 - Manual Communication II
   •  CODI 118 - Introduction to Communicative Disorders
   •  CODI 219 - Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism
   •  CODI 220 - Phonetics
   •  CODI 221 - Introduction to Communicative Science
   •  CODI 274 - Normal Speech and Language Development
   •  CODI 275 - Language Acquisition
   •  CODI 302 - Directed Clinical Observation
   •  CODI 310 - Analysis of Social Action
   •  CODI 323 - Disorders of Articulation and Phonology
   •  CODI 382 - Audiology I
   •  CODI 384 - Language Pathology in Children
   •  CODI 386 - Audiology II
   •  CODI 401 - Clinical Practicum
   •  CODI 419 - Neurophysiology
   •  CODI 441 - Fluency and Voice
   •  CODI 497 - Special Projects
   •  CODI 500 - Introduction to Graduate Study and Research
   •  CODI 504 - Voice Disorders
   •  CODI 508 - Aphasia
   •  CODI 510 - Clinical Practicum I
   •  CODI 512 - Clinical Practicum II
   •  CODI 513 - Externship in Speech/Language Pathology
   •  CODI 522 - Speech Sound Disorders in Children
   •  CODI 524 - Communication Science
 

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