Effective Fall 2013
|SPCM 408||Applied Deliberative Techniques||3|
|SPCM 508||Deliberative Theory and Practice||3|
|SPCM 601||History of Rhetorical Theory||3|
|SPCM 612||Rhetorical Criticism||3|
|SPCM 638||Communication Research Methods||3|
|SPCM 646||Media Theory||3|
|SPCM 695||Independent Study 1||3|
|Select 12 credits from the following: 2||12|
|Communicating in the Health Clinic|
|Rhetoric, Race, and Identity|
|Rhetoric of Everyday Life|
|Topics in Public Address|
|Rhetoric and Public Affairs|
|Feminist Theories of Discourse|
|Theories of Interpersonal Communication|
|Discourse, Work, and Organization|
|Communication and Cultural Diversity|
|Contemporary Issues in Media|
Out-of-department graduate course
A minimum of 39 credits are required to complete this program.
Students must complete a deliberative practices project in SPCM 695. Project will be based on Center for Public Deliberation program.
All credits must be taken at the graduate level (500- or 600-level). A minimum of 9 credits must be SPCM subject code courses. 3 credits may be taken from an outside department.