Communication (Honors Concentration), B.A.

Requirements for a Concentration in Honors

Twenty-seven semester hours including the following:
Required Courses
Select nine hours from the following courses:9
Introduction to Communication 1
Small-Group Communication
Interpersonal Communication
Nonverbal Communication
Cross-Cultural Communication
Organizational Communication
Leadership and Communication
Advanced Small Group Theory and Practice
Nonprofit Organizational Communication
Conflict and Communication
Communication and the Family
Communication Assessment in Organizational Settings
Health Communication
Advanced Interpersonal Communication
Communication and New Technology
Cultural Approaches to Health Communication
Seminar in Contemporary Communication Issues
Select twelve hours from the following courses:12
Introduction to Rhetorical Theory and Criticism
Legal Communication
Persuasion and Communication
Rhetoric and Contemporary Culture
Theories and Methods of Visual Communication
Politics and Communication
Narrating Health Across Culture
Seminar in Contemporary Communication Issues
Rhetoric of Women and Gender
Criticism of Contemporary Public Address
Corporate Advocacy and Public Policy
Public Discourse and Foreign Policy
African American Communication
Rhetorics of Race
Rhetorical Theory
Visual Rhetoric
American Rhetoric
Select six hours of Engaged Communication Experiences:6
Advanced Small Group Theory and Practice
Systemic Inquiry
Internship in Communication
Special Problems in Communication
Required Courses in Other Fields
Admission to the Honors Program and completion of upper-division Honors Program Requirements 2
HON 4088Honors Exit Review0
Total Hours27

CSS 1305 Introduction to Communication is a New Student Experience course, taught in Fall semester only, and is a strongly recommended course for all incoming, first-time freshmen only.


See Honors Program Handbook or the Honors Program section of the catalog for specific requirements.