UNDERGRADUATE CATALOGUE (2005-2006): ERRATA Following are changes to various majors and minors in the 2005-2006 undergraduate catalogue. Only the affected sections have been included. Please refer to the original catalogue for a complete listing of requirements for each major and minor. PAGES 41-42 COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJOR-COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL INFLUENCE EMPHASIS Core: (18 hours) COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM 112 171 201 203 230 401 Interpersonal Communication Media and Culture Writing for the Media I Media Writing I Research Methods in Communication Persuasion Communication Theory Choose six (6) hours from: COMM 377 Study Abroad in Communication COMM 399 Internship in Communication COMM 495 Independent Study (limited to 3 credits) Courses in Communication Studies Program (excluding COMM 101). COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJOR–ELECTRONIC MEDIA EMPHASIS Core (18 hours) COMM 112 Interpersonal Communication COMM 171 Media and Culture COMM 201 Writing for the Media I Media Writing I COMM 203 Research Methods in Communication COMM 230 Persuasion COMM 401 Communication Theory Required fifteen twelve (15 12) hours from: COMM 202 Writing for the Media II Media Writing II COMM 260 Introduction to Public Relations COMM 362 Case Studies in Public Relations COMM 204 Introduction to Media Technology COMM 372 Media Criticism COMM 405 Media Law 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Choose nine twelve (9 12) hours from: COMM 280 Introduction to Studio Production COMM 304 Editing and Compositing I COMM 381 Broadcast Journalism COMM 382 Documentary and Public Affairs Production COMM 385 Principles of Media Producing and A/V COMM 395 Case Studies in Media History COMM 404 Editing and Compositing II COMM 480 Advanced Media Production COMM 485 Advanced Producing and Directing 9 12 Choose six (6) hours from: COMM 321 Special Topics in Communication COMM 341 Organizational Communication COMM 351 Intercultural Communication COMM 377 Study Abroad in Communication COMM 399 Internship in Communication COMM 403 Communication Ethics and Freedom of Speech COMM 411 Supervised Practicum 6 COMM 450 COMM 477 Editing for Publication Senior Project Total Hours Required __ 48 PAGES 42-43 COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJOR–PUBLIC RELATIONS / JOURNALISM EMPHASIS Core (18 hours) COMM 112 Interpersonal Communication COMM 171 Media and Culture COMM 201 Media Writing I COMM 203 Research Methods in Communication COMM 230 Persuasion COMM 401 Communication Theory 3 3 3 3 3 3 Required fifteen (15) hours from: COMM 202 Media Writing II COMM 260 Introduction to Media Technology Public Relations COMM 362 Public Relations Case Studies COMM 372 Media Criticism COMM 405 Media Law 3 3 3 3 3 Choose six (6) hours from: ART 195 Desktop Publishing COMM 228 Public Presentation COMM 232 Debate and Freedom of Speech COMM 250 Political Communication COMM 320 Articles and Feature Writing COMM 321 Special Topics COMM 322 Advanced Reporting and Writing COMM 377 Study Abroad in Communication COMM 399 Internship in Communication COMM 403 Communication Ethics and Freedom of Speech COMM 411 Supervised Practicum - Editors COMM 450 Editing for Publication COMM 477 Senior Project 6 PAGE 44 MUSEUM STUDIES Required Courses: MST 101 Introduction to Museum Studies MST 201 Curatorial Practice MST 301 Issues in Museum Studies Legal & Ethical Issues in Museum Studies MST 302 Museums in the Public Dimension PAGE 61 COACHING MINOR Choose 12 credits from the following: AT 100 Introduction to Athletic Training EXPH 225 255 Scientific Principles of Strength and Conditioning HPE 110L Individual Sport Education Lab HPE 112L Team Sport Education Lab II HPE 113L Team Sport Education Lab I HPE 304 Sport Psychology HP 270 Nutrition 3 3 3 3 PAGE 70 ENGLISH–WRITING MINOR The minor in English-Writing requires: ENGL 203 Expository Writing ENGL 205 Introduction to Creative Writing 3 3 Twelve hours from: ENGL 310 Advanced Technical Writing ENGL 340 Thornton Writing Seminar ENGL 345 Advanced Expository Writing ENGL 346 Creative Non-Fiction ENGL 349 Creative Writing: Poetry ENGL 350 Creative Writing: Fiction Total Hours Required 12 __ 18 * Note: ENGL 203 and ENGL 205 are prerequisites for their respective categories. PAGE 72 GENDER STUDIES MINOR 9 hours from the following (with no more than two courses from any one program): HIST 344 History of Women in the Americas HIST 375 History of Love, Sex, and the Family in Modern Latin America PSYC 261 Psychology of Gender RELG 263 Women in Ministry - Pre-ministerial Practicum SOCI 231 Marriage and the Family SOCI 247 Sociology of Gender SOCI 285 385 Class, Status, Power SOCI 321 222 Minority Groups PAGE 82 SOCIOLOGY MAJOR–CRIMINOLOGY EMPHASIS Criminology emphasis courses SOCI 241 Criminology SOCI 243 Juvenile Delinquency SOCI 244 Criminal Justice Process SOCI 372 Applied Advanced Research Methods and Statistics Electives (choose six hours from 200+) SOCI 263 Urban Sociology SOCI 321 222 Minority Groups SOCI 285 385 Class, Status, Power SOCIOLOGY MAJOR–GENERAL EMPHASIS General emphasis courses SOCI 209 Applied Sociology SOCI 242 342 Population Studies SOCI 245 Individual in Society 3 3 3 3 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 PAGE 84 SPANISH MINOR The minor in Spanish requires: SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 221-222 Advanced Language Practice Three hours from: SPAN 312 Special Topics in Hispanic Literature SPAN 319 Hispanic Prose SPAN 320 Hispanic Drama and Poetry 3 6 3 Three hours from: SPAN 340 The Culture and Civilization of Spanish America SPAN 341 The Culture and Civilization 3 SPAN 3 18 300-level Literature course (1) Total Hours Required Courses listed below were omitted from the course description listing. PAGE 110 COMM 377 STUDY ABROAD (1-6) Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. This course provides students with the opportunity to study principles of communication in foreign settings. COMM 381 BROADCAST JOURNALISM (3) Prerequisite: COMM 201, COMM 204, or permission of the instructor. This course sequence is a study of reporting, writing, and producing radio and television broadcast news. Attention is given to the preparation of video news reports. The history of broadcast news and legal aspects of broadcast communication are discussed. COMM 382 DOCUMENTARY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS PRODUCTION (3) Prerequisite: COMM 201, COMM 204, COMM 381, or permission of the instructor. This course provides students with the opportunity to examine documentary film, video, and audio forms as well as public affairs broadcast programming while researching and producing projects in those fields. Projects will blend field taping and editing with studio production. PAGE 164 POLI 377 STUDY ABROAD (1-6) Prerequisite: one of the following courses: INTL 101, POLI 110, POLI 111, or POLI 112 or consent of instructor. The course provides students the opportunity to study political science concepts, principles, and theories in foreign settings. PAGE 169 SOCI 121 221 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (3) Prerequisite: Sociology 100 or consent of instructor. This course compares how certain universal human patterns, e.g., the family, economy, religion, education and political systems, are approached by different peoples/cultures in the contemporary world. The course specifically considers how different peoples/cultures respond to the universal crises–birth, maturation, death, the need for food and shelter, etc. Additionally this course examines how large scale, complex peoples/cultures deal with intra-cultural variation and with the existence of the different cultural groups of each which may have different patterns for resolving the universal crises named above.