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Students have the opportunity to learn through service, writing, reading, discussing, listening, and participating in critical thinking and problem-solving activities. ACOM 2310 Human Communication Concepts Prerequisite: ACOM 1300 or consent of instructor; majors/minors should take in their first year in the program. ACOM 2311 Introduction to Communication Research Prerequisite: ACOM 1300; Pre-or co-requisite ACOM 2310 or consent of the instructor; majors should take in their first year in the program.
An introduction to the field of communication by an overview of communication theories and concepts, emphasizing how humans communicate to co-construct a social world with others. Introduction to applied research methods, increasing students’ awareness of how such research is developed, conducted, and communicated.
Students engage in practical and ethical application of concepts to their professional and personal lives. Topics include developing research questions, research ethics, types of research done in the field, and the role of case studies in applied communication research.
Students will complete a case study analysis of a particular event or place. ACOM 3300 Interpersonal Communication Prerequisites: ACOM 1300 or consent of the instructor.
A comprehensive overview of business law and ethics topics, such as the Uniform Commercial Code, accountant’s liability, government regulation of business, agency, contracts, debtor-creditor relationships, real property, insurance, and other topics covered in the CPA exam. Practical experience in an organizational setting designed to integrate accounting theory and applications. Course is offered on a CR/NC basis only, with credit being equivalent to C or greater performance. Note: The subject code for courses previously identified by the SPCH subject code are now identified by the ACOM subject code.
Course is offered on a credit/no credit basis only, with credit being equivalent to C or greater performance. ACCT 4199, 4299, 4399 Independent Study Prerequisites: Senior standing, consent of instructor.