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    Syracuse University
   
 
  Dec 18, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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Please note, when searching courses by Code or Number, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results. For instance a Code search of 2* can be entered, returning all 200-level courses.

 

Communication Design

   •  CMD 351 - Problem Solving Strategies
   •  CMD 352 - Design Project Management
   •  CMD 450 - Communication Design Problems
   •  CMD 451 - Design Research
   •  CMD 452 - Portfolio & Practice
   •  CMD 499 - Honors Capstone Project
   •  CMD 550 - Communication Design Problems

Cognitive Science

   •  COG 100 - Selected Topics
   •  COG 200 - Selected Topics
   •  COG 301 - Introduction to Cognitive Science
   •  COG 490 - Independent Study

Communications

   •  COM 101 - Practical Grammar for Public Communications
   •  COM 107 - Communications and Society
   •  COM 117 - Multimedia Storytelling
   •  COM 200 - Selected Topics
   •  COM 300 - Selected Topics
   •  COM 337 - Real News, Fake News: Literacy for the Information Age
   •  COM 344 - Diversity and Media Issues
   •  COM 346 - Race, Gender, and the Media
   •  COM 347 - Federal Government & the Media
   •  COM 348 - Beauty and Diversity in Fashion Media
   •  COM 400 - Selected Topics
   •  COM 408 - Advertising and Public Relations Law
   •  COM 411 - Social and Public Issues in Public Communications
   •  COM 427 - Social Media for Communicators
   •  COM 470 - Experience Credit
   •  COM 490 - Independent Study
   •  COM 499 - Honors Capstone Project
   •  COM 500 - Selected Topics
   •  COM 505 - Communications Law for Journalists
   •  COM 506 - Communications Law for Television, Radio, Film
   •  COM 507 - Communications Law for Advertising and Public Relations
   •  COM 515 - History of Media in the United States in the Modern Age
   •  COM 527 - International Communications

Counseling

   •  COU 101 - Developmental Issues of College Age Adults
   •  COU 585 - General Counseling Methods

Computational Science

   •  CPS 100 - Selected Topics
   •  CPS 155 - Introduction to Cyber Security
   •  CPS 181 - Introduction to Computing
   •  CPS 185 - Introduction to Animation and Game Development
   •  CPS 196 - Introduction to Computer Programming
   •  CPS 234 - Introduction to Computational Thinking
   •  CPS 290 - Independent Study
   •  CPS 333 - UNIX Operating System and Internet
   •  CPS 335 - JAVA programming for the Internet
   •  CPS 430 - Topics in Computational Science
   •  CPS 490 - Independent Study
   •  CPS 504 - Introduction to C++
   •  CPS 506 - Introduction to C

Creative Leadership

   •  CRL 301 - Introduction to Creative Leadership

Communication and Rhetorical Studies

   •  CRS 125 - Law and Legal Communication
   •  CRS 181 - Concepts & Perspectives in Communication Studies
   •  CRS 183 - Concepts and Perspectives in Rhetorical Studies
   •  CRS 225 - Public Advocacy
   •  CRS 270 - Experience Credit
   •  CRS 287 - Foundations of Inquiry in Human Communication
   •  CRS 290 - Independent Study
   •  CRS 313 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  CRS 314 - Performance Studies
   •  CRS 315 - Frontiers of Communications
   •  CRS 316 - Introduction to Visual Culture
   •  CRS 317 - Innovation in Communication and Rhetoric
   •  CRS 325 - Presentational Speaking
   •  CRS 327 - Speechwriting
   •  CRS 328 - Dialogue and Experience
   •  CRS 331 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  CRS 333 - Small Group Communication
   •  CRS 334 - Introduction to Argumentation
   •  CRS 335 - Leadership/Stewardship Communication
   •  CRS 336 - Communication and Organizational Diversity
   •  CRS 338 - Communication in Organizations
   •  CRS 339 - Communication, Space and Design
   •  CRS 345 - Topics in Debate
   •  CRS 347 - Mindful Communication Skills
   •  CRS 355 - Political Communication
   •  CRS 360 - Communication and Rhetorical Studies in Perspective
   •  CRS 375 - Rhetoric and Public Memory
   •  CRS 377 - Communication, Nature & Sustainability
   •  CRS 384 - Discourse and Society
   •  CRS 414 - Communication & Gender
   •  CRS 425 - Advanced Public Speaking
   •  CRS 426 - Persuasion
   •  CRS 430 - Intercultural Communication
   •  CRS 435 - Interviewing
   •  CRS 436 - Feminist Rhetoric(s)
   •  CRS 438 - Organizational Simulation
   •  CRS 439 - Critical Whiteness Studies
   •  CRS 444 - Senior Capstone Seminar
   •  CRS 446 - Seminar in Legal Communication
   •  CRS 451 - Visual Culture Past and Present: Gender, Religion and Politics
   •  CRS 455 - Rhetorical Criticism
   •  CRS 456 - Empirical Methods of Communication Research
   •  CRS 458 - Applied Communication Research
   •  CRS 466 - Ethics in Human Communication
   •  CRS 470 - Experience Credit
   •  CRS 483 - Rhetoric of Film
   •  CRS 490 - Independent Study
   •  CRS 499 - Honors Capstone Project
   •  CRS 514 - Language & Meaning
   •  CRS 531 - Advances in Interpersonal Communication
 

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