Graduate Course Rotation

 

Grad Rotation
Fall 2020 Spring 2021

Introduction to Graduate Studies (COMM 215) with Dr. Jones

Seminar in Communication Research Methods (Core Methods Seminar, COMM 264M) with Dr. Sharma

Seminar in Rhetorical Theory (Core Theory Seminar, COMM 241) with Dr. Macy-Ayotte

Seminar in Interpersonal Communication (COMM 265) with Dr. Kartch

Seminar in Organizational Communication (COMM 268) with Dr. Makkawy

Seminar in Feminist Scholarship & Practice (COMM 215) with Dr. Blair

Seminar in Environmental Communication (COMM 215) with Dr. Cozen

Seminar in Applied Communication (COMM 275) with Dr. Juárez

Seminar in Communication Theory & Research (Core Theory Seminar, COMM 262) with Dr. Adams

 
Fall 2021 Spring 2022

Intro to Graduate Studies in Communication & Rhetoric (COMM 215) with Dr. Macy-Ayotte

Seminar in Contemporary Criticism (Core Methods Seminar, COMM 242M) with Dr. Jones

Seminar in Rhetorical Theory (Core Theory Seminar, COMM 241) with Dr. Cozen

Seminar in Communication and Culture (COMM 266) with Dr. Moreman

Seminar in Argumentation (COMM 205) with Dr. Fraleigh

Seminar in Communication Theory & Research (Core Theory Seminar, COMM 262) with Dr. Makkawy

Seminar in Instructional Communication (COMM 214) with Dr. Juárez

Seminar in Communication (COMM 215 as media studies, specific topic TBD) with Dr. Jones

Seminar in Applied Communication (COMM 275 as Performance for Social Change) with Dr. Sharma

Incoming, first-year students are required to take Introduction to Graduate Studies during their first semester. All students are required to complete COMM 215 (Intro), COMM 241, COMM 262, and one of the two methods courses COMM 242M or COMM 264M to complete the degree. You can find complete details about the requirements for the course of study for master's students in the Graduate Handbook.