Loyola University Chicago

School of Communication

Curriculum

Total Credit Hours: 40

School of Communication Core (10 credit hours)

  • COMM 100: SOC Seminar
  • COMM 175: Intro to Communication
  • COMM 200: Communication & New Media
  • COMM 215: Ethics & Communication

Theory/Critical Analysis (6 credit hours)

  • COMM 201: Media Theory and Criticism
  • COMM 220: Introduction to Rhetoric
  • COMM 227: Social Justice and Communication
  • COMM 268: Persuasion
  • COMM 271: Media, Culture and Communication
  • COMM 272: Intercultural Communication
  • COMM 273: Interpersonal Communication
  • COMM 274: Introduction to Cinema
  • COMM 277: Organizational Communication
  • COMM 281: Communication, Language and Gender

Applied (6 credit hours)

  • COMM 130: Introduction to Audio Production
  • COMM 135: Introduction to Video Production
  • COMM 204: Community as Story
  • COMM 230: Argumentation and Advocacy
  • COMM 231: Conflict Management and Communication
  • COMM 232: Digital Cinema Production
  • COMM 234: Interviewing for Communication
  • COMM 236: Persuasive Presentations
  • COMM 237: Small Group Communication
  • COMM 275: Web Design and Usability
  • COMM 299: Themes in Film & Digital Media: Filmmaking in Rome (Rome Center)
  • COMM 306: Environmental Advocacy

Capstone/Research (3 credit hours)

  • COMM 365: Naturalistic Methods of Communication Research
  • COMM 366: Observing and Measuring Communication Behavior
  • COMM 367: Rhetorical Criticism
  • CMUN 368: Critical Ethnography in Communication      

Communication and Community (3 credit hours)

  • COMM 204: Community as Story
  • COMM 227: Social Justice and Communication
  • COMM 237: Small Group Communication
  • COMM 381: Communication Practicum
  • COMM 320: Public Service Communication
  • COMM 339: Video Documentary
  • COMM 393: Communication Internship

Electives (12 credit hours)

  • Electives can be selected from any of the above courses, not taken to fulfill a requirement or any COMM courses offered.

Communication Studies Major (Students starting at Loyola before Fall 2010)
 
In Fall 2011 all SOC courses numbers and names were updated see Number Conversion Chart