Undergraduate Bulletin Supplementfor the 2016-2017 Academic YearOnline at fordham.edu/undergraduatebulletinFordham College at Rose HillFordham College at Lincoln CenterFordham School of Professionaland Continuing StudiesGabelli School of Business
TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS*TrusteesRobert D. DaleoChair of the BoardEdward M. StrozVice Chair of the BoardNora Ahern GroseSecretary of the BoardJoseph M. McShane, S.J.President, FordhamUniversityDon AlmeidaSally J. BelletStephen E. BeplerDarryl Emerson BrownJames S. BrownVincent R. CappucciDonna M. CarrollMichael J. CosgroveGerald C. CrottyCarolyn Dursi CunniffeCarolyn N. DolanMaryAnne GilmartinChristopher F. FitzmauriceJames P. FlahertyPatricia HellerDeborah HirschJames J. HoulihanDarlene Luccio JordanBrian W. MacLeanJ. Thomas McClain, S.J.Sylvester McClearnStephen J. McGuinnessHenry S. MillerJames J. Miracky, S.J.Patricia M. NazemetzArmando Nuñez Jr.Joseph P. Parkes, S.J.George Quickley, S.J.Thomas J. Regan, S.J.Dennis G. RuppelLuis E. San MiguelThomas Scirghi, S.J.Mary Anne SullivanEileen FitzGerald SudlerWilliam J. ToppetaJohn M. ZizzoAdministrative OfficersJoseph M. McShane, S.J.University PresidentMargaret T. BallSecretary of the UniversityBrian J. ByrneVice President forLincoln CenterThomas A. DunneVice President forAdministrationStephen FreedmanProvostJeffrey L. GraySenior Vice President forStudent AffairsMartha K. HirstSenior Vice President,Chief Financial Officer andTreasurerTrustees EmeritiRobert E. CampbellJohn J. Cook Jr.John R. CostantinoMaurice J. CunniffeWilliam P. FrankHerbert A. GranathPaul B. GuentherJoseph A. O’Hare, S.J.John N. TogninoCollege DeansMichael C. McCarthy, S.J.Vice President for MissionIntegration and PlanningRoger A. Milici Jr.Vice President forDevelopment and UniversityRelationsNicholas B. MilowskiVice President for FinanceFrank J. SirianniVice President forTechnology and CIOAnthony R. DavidsonDean of Fordham Schoolof Professional andContinuing StudiesRobert R. Grimes, S.J.Dean of Fordham College atLincoln CenterMaura B. MastDean of Fordham College atRose HillDonna RapaccioliDean of the Gabelli Schoolof BusinessPeter A. StaceVice President forEnrollmentMarco A. ValeraVice President for Facilities*As of the time of printingFordham University Bulletin August 2016 Issued at Fordham University, Bronx, NY 10458Trustee FellowsMaureen Scannell BatemanJames B. BuckmanRichard J. BuoncoreElizabeth BurnsCharles C. CarellaWinston J. ChurchillEdwin A. CohenChristine F. DriessenWilliam J. FlynnThomas J. HarringtonPeter W. HoweJohn P. KehoeJohn J. KirbyGerold F. L. KlauerV. John KrissRobert F. LongWilliam LoschertRaymond V. O’BrienCharles OsgoodJoel I. PicketRegina PitaroLoretta A. PreskaEugene C. RainisNicholas A. RomanoPeter John SacripantiPaul C. SaundersRobert ShapiroMargaret M. SmythPaul A. SodenJohn E. Toffolon Jr.Mark H. Tuohey IIIPaul A. VeteriJohn S. WilchaPaul G. Williamson
Table of Contents23444Important and Useful Links Academic Programs, Policies,and Procedures Departmental and ProgramChanges for FCRH, FCLC, and PCS Business Administration Minor Communication and Media StudiesProgram12Communications13Communication and Culture15 Digital Technologies and EmergingMedia15Film and Television16Journalism1718181819 20222323 24 epartmental and Program ChangesDfor The Gabelli School of Business272728Classical Civilization ProgramCybersecurity MinorEnglish MajorJewish Studies Minor Mathematics and Computer &Information Sciences MajorNatural Science MajorPeace and Justice Studies MinorPsychology Major Women, Gender, and SexualityStudies Program Finance Secondary Concentrations2727 I nformation Systems Program Marketing SecondaryConcentrations28282828292929Alternative InvestmentsValue InvestingMarketing AnalyticsServices MarketingStrategic BrandingEntrepreneurshipGlobal BusinessSocial Innovation Specialty ProgramsThis is a supplement to the 2014–2016 Undergraduate Bulletin. It includes updates made to programs, policies, and procedures sincethat publication’s last printing. You can find the complete Undergraduate Bulletin online at fordham.edu/undergraduatebulletin.1
Important and Useful LinksInformation about the following topics has been included in pastprint editions of Fordham University’s Undergraduate Bulletin.Current, expanded information about the University, its policies,resources, and services is now maintained on the FordhamUniversity website. Please use the links provided below tolearn more.Academic Calendar fordham.edu/academiccalendarFordham at a Glance fordham.edu/discover fordhamUniversity Mission Statement fordham.edu/missionFordham’s Jesuit Traditionfordham.edu/discover fordhamEnrollment and Faculty Statistics fordham.edu/factsTrustees and Officers fordham.edu/trusteesAccreditations and Affiliationsfordham.edu/accreditationCampusesRose Hill fordham.edu/discover rhLincoln Center fordham.edu/discover lcWestchester fordham.edu/westchesterLouis Calder Center Biological Field Stationfordham.edu/calderFordham University London Centrefordham.edu/londoncentreColleges and Schools fordham.edu/academicsUndergraduate CollegesFordham College at Rose Hill fordham.edu/fcrhFordham College at Lincoln Center fordham.edu/fclcGabelli School of Business fordham.edu/gabelliFordham School of Professional and Continuing Studiesfordham.edu/pcsGraduate and Professional SchoolsSchool of Law fordham.edu/lawGraduate School of Arts and Sciences fordham.edu/gsasGraduate School of Social Service fordham.edu/gssGraduate School of Education fordham.edu/gseGraduate School of Religion and Religious Educationfordham.edu/greGraduate School of Business Administrationfordham.edu/gbaResearch Centers and Institutes fordham.edu/researchResourcesLibraries library.fordham.eduWFUV wfuv.orgInformation Technology fordham.edu/it2Public Safetyfordham.edu/publicsafetyVincent T. Lombardi Memorial Athletic Centerfordham.edu/lombardiFitness and Exercise Centerfordham.edu/recreationLanguage Laboratories/Language Learning Centersfordham.edu/languagelabResidential Lifefordham.edu/student affairs/residential lifeIntegrated Learning Communities and Residential Collegesfordham.edu/integratedlearningWellness Communityfordham.edu/wellnesscommunityStudent Leadership and Community Developmentfordham.edu/student leadershipNew Student Orientationfordham.edu/nsoFirst Year Formation Rose Hill fordham.edu/fyf rhFirst Year Formation Lincoln Center fordham.edu/fyf lcClubs and Organizationsfordham.edu/clubs organizationsLeadership Development Programs Rose Hillfordham.edu/activities rhLeadership Development Programs Lincoln Centerfordham.edu/activities lcStudent Servicesfordham.edu/student servicesCommuter Student Servicesfordham.edu/commuter student servicesCounseling Centers fordham.edu/counselingUniversity Health Services fordham.edu/healthCampus Ministry fordham.edu/campusministryGlobal Outreach fordham.edu/goCareer Services fordham.edu/careerMulticultural Affairsfordham.edu/omaRam Van Service fordham.edu/ramvanRose Hill Off-Campus Shuttle Servicefordham.edu/off campus shuttleDisability Servicesfordham.edu/disabilitiesInternational Initiatives fordham.edu/international
Admissionfordham.edu/admissionHigh School Entryfordham.edu/admissions/requirementsTransfer al Students fordham.edu/international studentsTuitionfordham.edu/tuitionAdult Entryfordham.edu/pcsState Law on Immunizationfordham.edu/immunizationFinancial Servicesfordham.edu/finaidApplication Proceduresfordham.edu/finaid/applyGrants and Scholarshipsfordham.edu/undergrad scholarshipsSelf-Help, Work, and Loan Programsfordham.edu/undergrad student employmentStudy Abroad Finances for Fordham Sponsored Programsfordham.edu/finaid/studyabroadAcademic Progressfordham.edu/academicprogressAcademic Programs, Policies, andProceduresThe following includes updates to information currently foundin the Academic Programs, Policies, and Procedures sectionbeginning on page 4 of the 2014–2016 Undergraduate Bulletin.Certain updates to policies that appeared in the 2015–2016supplement are repeated below.UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN THIS SUPPLEMENT, allacademic programs, policies, and procedures in the 2014–2016Undergraduate Bulletin remain in effect for the 2016–2017academic year.Admissions Policy ChangesRegular DecisionStudents applying Regular Decision may submit an applicationby January 1. These students should complete the SAT orACT by the end of January of their senior year. The RegularDecision process is non-binding, and students do not haveto commit to the institution they plan to attend until May 1.Decision letters will be mailed by April 1.Early Decisionfordham.edu/mapsStudents who would like to would like to receive an admissiondecision early may submit an application by November 1.Students applying under the Early Decision process shouldcomplete the SAT or ACT by October of their senior year. TheEarly Decision process is binding, and admitted students arerequired to commit to Fordham. Decision letters will be mailedby December 20.University DirectoryEarly Action411.fordham.eduStudents who would like to receive an admission decision earlymay submit an application by November 1. Students applyingunder the Early Action process should complete the SAT orACT by October of their senior year. The Early Action processis non-binding, and students do not have to commit to theinstitution they plan to attend until May 1. Decision letters willbe mailed by December 20.Faculty411.fordham.eduMaps and DirectionsUndergraduate Bulletin Onlinefordham.edu/undergraduatebulletinPriority PerformanceStudents applying to the theatre major or the Ailey/FordhamBFA in Dance program must apply by the Priority Performancedeadline of November 1. Please note that theatre and danceapplicants should select Early Action on the CommonApplication. Candidates for these programs will beautomatically considered as Priority Performance, anddecisions will be rendered on a rolling basis after March 1.These programs have additional audition/interview requirements.3
Part-Time/Adult AdmissionFordham University offers highly regarded part-time/adultdegree programs in the New York City metropolitan area, atthree convenient locations—Lincoln Center in Manhattan, RoseHill in the Bronx, and in West Harrison in Westchester county.Our part-time/adult degree programs are flexible, personal,intellectually stimulating, and built on the same standards ofexcellence that have made the Fordham degree prestigious formore than 160 years.For more information, please refer to the Fordham School ofProfessional and Continuing Studies section of this bulletinand call the Office of Admission at the campus of your choice:Rose Hill, 718-817-2600; Lincoln Center, 212-636-7333; orWest Harrison, 914-367-3322.Academic Progress Policy ChangesDismissal Policy AppealThe academic dismissal policy for FCLC has been revised asfollows: Beginning in Fall 2016, all academic progress decisionsmay be appealed, in writing, to the dean of the college.The appeal must be made within three business days of thenotification of academic status. (Prior policy permitted anappeal period of two weeks.)Departmental and Program Changes2016–2017Fordham College at Rose Hill (FCRH),Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC), andFordham School of Professional and Continuing Studies (PCS)The following represents updates to information currentlyfound in the Programs of Study section of the 2014–2016Undergraduate Bulletin beginning on page 65.UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN THIS SUPPLEMENT,all academic programs, policies, and procedures in the 2014–2016Undergraduate Bulletin remain in effect for the 2016–2017academic year.BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONUpdated minor requirements for non-Gabelli students in fall 2016fordham.edu/business administrationThe business administration minor complements the liberalarts core by providing a clear, concise way of analyzing issues ineconomics and business. It can be helpful to students who planto look for a job after graduation or to pursue the study of lawor business. It consists of eight courses.4Minor in Business Administration ECON 1100: Basic Macroeconomics; ECON 1200: Basic Microeconomics; One of the following courses: ECON 2140: Statistics I SSCI 2606: Social Science Statistics PSYC 2000: Statistics MATH 3007: Statistics SOCI 2851: Methods in Social Research II; CBBU 1001: The Ground Floor; ACBU 2222: Principles of Financial Accounting; Two of the following courses: BLBU 2234: Legal Framework of Business CMBU 2665: Business Communication FNBU 3221: Financial Management ICBU 2300: Information Systems MGBU 3223: Principles of Management MKBU 3225: Marketing Principles; One of the following courses: ACBU 2223: Principles of Managerial Accounting One advanced course in accounting One additional course of those listed above.COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESNew majors and minors in fall 2016fordham.edu/cmsThe Department of Communication and Media Studies atFordham University (CMS) is dedicated to the interdisciplinaryexamination of human communication in an increasinglynetworked society. Just as digitalization and other forms oftechnological innovation yield a media environment that isconstantly changing and evolving, sometimes in revolutionaryways, our diverse program keeps current with the most recentdevelopments in theory and practice while staying true to itsmission of emphasizing ethics and social engagement.The department provides its students in all its programs withan interdisciplinary approach to the study of communication,including an emphasis on the media technologies, industries,and institutions that support the processes of mediatedcommunication and their relationship to culture and society.The program blends theory and practice to prepare studentsfor advanced study or careers in communications, all withinthe context of a rigorous liberal arts education supplementedby New York City’s resources as the media capital of the world.We pride ourselves on offering opportunities for undergraduatestudents to work directly with faculty members in scholarshipand training for future careers in multiple communication andmedia-focused careers.
Effective fall 2016, the department will offer four new programsof study at Fordham College Rose Hill and Fordham CollegeLincoln Center, replacing a single undergraduate major andminor in communications for those two colleges. Communication and Culture Digital Technologies and Emerging Media Film and Television JournalismThe new areas of study allow students the opportunity toexplore their interests in much greater depth than was possible within a single major or minor; both elective and requiredcourses will now be better aligned with the specific interests ofstudents and faculty in each area.Because of the transition to these new majors and minors,the original communications major and minor will nolonger be offered to incoming students at FCRH and FCLC.(Students in PCS may still pursue a major or minor incommunications.) All FCRH and FCLC students who arealready majoring or minoring in communications will beencouraged to pursue one of the new majors or minors.Students who begin at Fordham after spring 2016 will onlybe permitted to pursue one of the new majors or minors,and may not major or minor in communications.All course offerings formerly using the subject code COMMhave been renumbered and assigned to the subjects COMC,DTEM, FITV, or JOUR, except for the departmental introductorycourse (COMM 1000) and internships (COMM 4701). The listbelow identifies the equivalent new course numbers assigned toall COMM courses. Newly offered courses will only be assigneda number in the new subjects.Note: The table on the following pages excludes certain coursesthat may be discontinued, and also includes many planned newcourses not yet offered this fall.Communications Course Renumbering, Sorted by New NumberOLD #NEW #TITLENewCOMM 1000Fundamentals of Communication and Media StudiesCOMM 1010COMM 1010Introduction to Communication and Media Studies(to be discontinued after fall 2016)NewCOMC 1101Communication and Culture: History, Theory, and MethodsNewCOMC 2112Strategic Communication Theory and PracticeCOMM 2702COMC 2113Interpersonal CommunicationNewCOMC 2117Language, Culture, and ConsciousnessCOMM 2012COMC 2159Communication Technologies and SocietyCOMM 2701COMC 2175Persuasion and Public OpinionCOMM 2601COMC 2221Fashion as CommunicationCOMM 2603COMC 2234Media and the ArtsNewCOMC 2236The Rock Revolution in Music and MediaCOMM 2602COMC 2258Myth and Symbol of American CharacterCOMM 2000COMC 2271Theories of Media, Culture, and SocietyNewCOMC 2277Media and SexualityNewCOMC 2278Media, Culture, and GlobalizationCOMM 1011COMC 2329Media IndustriesCOMM 2610COMC 2377Mass Communication and SocietyCOMM 2501COMC 3114Effective SpeakingCOMM 3102COMC 3171Orality and LiteracyCOMM 3502COMC 3172Principles of AdvertisingCOMM 3500COMC 3173Marketing and the Media5
6OLD #NEW #TITLECOMM 3501COMC 3174Public RelationsCOMM 3350COMC 3186Sports CommunicationCOMM 3601COMC 3232Class, Taste, and Mass CultureCOMM 3571COMC 3235Popular Music as CommunicationCOMM 3111COMC 3237Gender Images and MediaNewCOMC 3247Race, Class, and Gender in MediaNewCOMC 3260Media Regulation and the Public InterestCOMM 3681COMC 3268Media and National IdentityCOMM 3505COMC 3272History and Culture of AdvertisingCOMM 3110COMC 3330Peace, Justice, and the MediaCOMM 3103COMC 3340Freedom of ExpressionCOMM 3112COMC 3350Media LawCOMM 3476COMC 3370Ethical Issues and MediaCOMM 3104COMC 3373Mass Opinion: Its Measures and MeaningsCOMM 3566COMC 3374Media EffectsCOMM 3309COMC 3375Children and the MediaNewCOMC 3378Media, Millennials, and Civic DiscourseCOMM 3106COMC 3380International CommunicationCOMM 4003COMC 4170Dissent and DisinformationCOMM 4607COMC 4177Communication for Social ChangeCOMM 4811COMC 4211Media and ModernityCOMM 4311COMC 4222Media and the EnvironmentCOMM 4711COMC 4241Communication, Popular Culture, and PhilosophyCOMM 4604COMC 4248Multiculturalism: Diversity and MediaCOMM 4603COMC 4279Media and Popular CultureCOMM 4706COMC 4338American Political CommunicationCOMM 4411COMC 4348Religion, Theology, and New MediaCOMM 4004COMC 4360Communication Ethics and the Public SphereCOMM 2500DTEM 1401Introduction to Digital Technologies and Emerging MediaCOMM 2525DTEM 1402Digital CulturesNewDTEM 2411Digital Research MethodsNewDTEM 2412Digital EthnographyNewDTEM 2413Participatory MethodsNewDTEM 2414Media EcologyNewDTEM 2417Data VisualizationCOMM 2523DTEM 2421Digital Production for New MediaCOMM 2222DTEM 2425Digital Video Production ICOMM 2303DTEM 2427Digital Audio ProductionCOMM 2010DTEM 2459Social History of Communication TechnologyCOMM 2527DTEM 2471Writing for Online MediaCOMM 3307DTEM 3476Social MediaNewDTEM 4440Privacy and SurveillanceNewDTEM 4470Values in DesignCOMM 4005DTEM 4480Digital Media and Public ResponsibilityCOMM 2471FITV 1501Understanding Film
OLD #NEW #TITLECOMM 3332FITV 1601Understanding TelevisionCOMM 3422FITV 2501History of Film, 1895–1950COMM 3405FITV 2511Screenwriting ICOMM 2775FITV 2533Fashion, Costume, and FilmNewFITV 2534Fashion in British Film and TVCOMM 3320FITV 2601History of TelevisionCOMM 3301FITV 2611Television Production INewFITV 2612Writing and Producing the Web SeriesCOMM 3470FITV 3501Film Theory and CriticismCOMM 3409FITV 3511Screenwriting IICOMM 3750FITV 3537Plays and ScreenplaysCOMM 3451FITV 3545Film and Television of HitchcockCOMM 3425FITV 3551Film History, 1950 to the PresentCOMM 3401FITV 3553Hollywood GenresCOMM 3438FITV 3555The City in Film and TelevisionCOMM 3408FITV 3565The Documentary IdeaCOMM 3407FITV 3571The Science Fiction GenreCOMM 3403FITV 3578American Film ComedyCOMM 3108FITV 3579Movies and the American ExperienceCOMM 3414FITV 3585Transnational Asian CinemaCOMM 3410FITV 3588Global CinemaNewFITV 3601Television Theory and CriticismCOMM 3305FITV 3624Writing TV DramasNewFITV 3637Queer Studies in Film and TelevisionCOMM 3489FITV 3638British Cinema and TVNewFITV 3647Gender, Race, Class, and TelevisionCOMM 3404FITV 3658Italian Americans on ScreenCOMM 3310FITV 3678Television Comedy and American ValuesCOMM 4001FITV 4570Films of Moral StruggleCOMM 4708FITV 4625Writing TV SitcomsCOMM 2083JOUR 1701Introduction to Multimedia Journalism (with Lab)COMM 1500JOUR 1761The Power of News: Introduction to Press, Politics, and Public PolicyCOMM 2302JOUR 2714Radio and Audio ReportingCOMM 2206JOUR 2722Intermediate Feature WritingCOMM 2202JOUR 2725Writing WorkshopNewJOUR 2787Fashion JournalismCOMM 3099JOUR 3711Advanced Multimedia ReportingCOMM 3010JOUR 3715Writing for Broadcast NewsCOMM 3083JOUR 3716Intermediate Television ProductionCOMM 3978JOUR 3717Online JournalismNewJOUR 3718On-Air ReportingCOMM 3081JOUR 3723Interviews and ProfilesCOMM 3080JOUR 3724First Person JournalismCOMM 3084JOUR 3727Writing for MagazinesNewJOUR 3728Special Report: In-Depth Reporting7
8OLD #NEW #TITLECOMM 2211JOUR 3741Journalism Workshop: ReportingCOMM 2212JOUR 3742Journalism Workshop: LayoutCOMM 2213JOUR 3743Journalism Workshop: MultimediaCOMM 2214JOUR 3744Journalism Workshop: PhotographyCOMM 3205JOUR 3760The Journalist and the LawCOMM 3323JOUR 3763The Murrow YearsCOMM 3333JOUR 3764TV News and Today’s WorldCOMM 3335JOUR 3765Television NewsCOMM 3321JOUR 3769History of TV and Radio NewsCOMM 3101JOUR 3772NewsmakingNewJOUR 3776Social Media for JournalistsCOMM 3082JOUR 3781Arts JournalismCOMM 3085JOUR 3782Science JournalismCOMM 3086JOUR 3783Theater JournalismCOMM 3941JOUR 3785Writing for the MediaCOMM 4709JOUR 4713PodcastingCOMM 4201JOUR 4727Advanced Magazine Article WritingCOMM 4707JOUR 4733PhotojournalismNewJOUR 4741Practicum: The ObserverNewJOUR 4742Practicum: FNNNewJOUR 4743Practicum: The RamNewJOUR 4744Practicum: WFUVCOMM 4002JOUR 4750Values in the NewsCOMM 4111JOUR 4766TV News InnovatorsCOMM 4606JOUR 4767History of Women’s MagazinesNewJOUR 4773Public MediaCOMM 4611JOUR 4784Advanced Business JournalismCOMM 1800COMM 1098InternshipCOMM 1999COMM 1999TutorialCOMM 2800COMM 2098InternshipCOMM 2999COMM 2999TutorialCOMM 3800COMM 3098InternshipCOMM 3999COMM 3999TutorialCOMM 4800COMM 4098InternshipCOMM 4701COMM 4701Internship SeminarCOMM 4705COMM 4705Special TopicsCOMM 4801COMM 4801Internship Experience ICOMM 4901COMM 4901Internship Experience IICOMM 4999COMM 4999Tutorial
Communications Course Renumbering, Sorted by Old NumberOLD #NEW #TITLECOMM 1010COMC 2121Introduction to Communication and Media Studies(to be discontinued after fall 2016)COMM 1011COMC 2329Media IndustriesCOMM 1500JOUR 1761The Power of News: Introduction to Press, Politics and Public PolicyCOMM 1800COMM 1098InternshipCOMM 1999COMM 1999TutorialCOMM 2000COMC 2271Theories of Media, Culture, and SocietyCOMM 2010DTEM 2459Social History of Communication TechnologyCOMM 2012COMC 2159Communication Technologies and SocietyCOMM 2083JOUR 1701Introduction to Multimedia Journalism (with Lab)COMM 2202JOUR 2725Writing WorkshopCOMM 2206JOUR 2722Intermediate Feature WritingCOMM 2211JOUR 3741Journalism Workshop: ReportingCOMM 2212JOUR 3742Journalism Workshop: LayoutCOMM 2213JOUR 3743Journalism Workshop: MultimediaCOMM 2214JOUR 3744Journalism Workshop: PhotographyCOMM 2222DTEM 2425Digital Video Production ICOMM 2302JOUR 2714Radio and Audio ReportingCOMM 2303DTEM 2427Digital Audio ProductionCOMM 2471FITV 1501Understanding FilmCOMM 2500DTEM 1401Introduction to Digital Technologies and Emerging MediaCOMM 2501COMC 3114Effective SpeakingCOMM 2523DTEM 2421Digital Production for New MediaCOMM 2525DTEM 1402Digital CulturesCOMM 2527DTEM 2471Writing for Online MediaCOMM 2601COMC 2221Fashion as CommunicationCOMM 2602COMC 2258Myth and Symbol of American CharacterCOMM 2603COMC 2234Media and the ArtsCOMM 2610COMC 2377Mass Communication and SocietyCOMM 2701COMC 2175Persuasion and Public OpinionCOMM 2702COMC 2113Interpersonal CommunicationCOMM 2775FITV 2533Fashion, Costume, and FilmCOMM 2800COMM 2098InternshipCOMM 2999COMM 2999TutorialCOMM 3010JOUR 3715Writing for Broadcast NewsCOMM 3080JOUR 3724First Person JournalismCOMM 3081JOUR 3723Interviews and ProfilesCOMM 3082JOUR 3781Arts JournalismCOMM 3083JOUR 3716Intermediate Television ProductionCOMM 3084JOUR 3727Writing for MagazinesCOMM 3085JOUR 3782Science JournalismCOMM 3086JOUR 3783Theater JournalismCOMM 3099JOUR 3711Advanced Multimedia ReportingCOMM 3101JOUR 3772Newsmaking9
10OLD #NEW #TITLECOMM 3102COMC 3171Orality and LiteracyCOMM 3103COMC 3340Freedom of ExpressionCOMM 3104COMC 3373Mass Opinion: Its Measures and MeaningsCOMM 3106COMC 3380International CommunicationCOMM 3108FITV 3579Movies and the American ExperienceCOMM 3110COMC 3330Peace, Justice, and the MediaCOMM 3111COMC 3237Gender Images and MediaCOMM 3112COMC 3350Media LawCOMM 3205JOUR 3760The Journalist and the LawCOMM 3301FITV 2611Television Production ICOMM 3305FITV 3624Writing TV DramasCOMM 3307DTEM 3476Social MediaCOMM 3309COMC 3375Children and the MediaCOMM 3310FITV 3678Television Comedy and American ValuesCOMM 3320FITV 2601History of TelevisionCOMM 3321JOUR 3769History of TV and Radio NewsCOMM 3323JOUR 3763The Murrow YearsCOMM 3332FITV 1601Understanding TelevisionCOMM 3333JOUR 3764TV News and Today’s WorldCOMM 3335JOUR 3765Television NewsCOMM 3350COMC 3186Sports CommunicationCOMM 3401FITV 3553Hollywood GenresCOMM 3403FITV 3578American Film ComedyCOMM 3404FITV 3658Italian Americans on ScreenCOMM 3405FITV 2511Screenwriting ICOMM 3407FITV 3571The Science Fiction GenreCOMM 3408FITV 3565The Documentary IdeaCOMM 3409FITV 3511Screenwriting IICOMM 3410FITV 3588Global CinemaCOMM 3414FITV 3585Transnational Asian CinemaCOMM 3422FITV 2501History of Film, 1895–1950COMM 3425FITV 3551Film History, 1950 to the PresentCOMM 3438FITV 3555The City in Film and TelevisionCOMM 3451FITV 3545Film and Television of HitchcockCOMM 3470FITV 3501Film Theory and CriticismCOMM 3476COMC 3370Ethical Issues and MediaCOMM 3489FITV 3638British Cinema and TVCOMM 3500COMC 3173Marketing and the MediaCOMM 3501COMC 3174Public RelationsCOMM 3502COMC 3172Principles of AdvertisingCOMM 3505COMC 3272History and Culture of AdvertisingCOMM 3566COMC 3374Media EffectsCOMM 3571COMC 3235Popular Music as CommunicationCOMM 3601COMC 3232Class, Taste, and Mass CultureCOMM 3681COMC 3268Media and National Identity
OLD #NEW #TITLECOMM 3750FITV 3537Plays and ScreenplaysCOMM 3800COMM 3098InternshipCOMM 3941JOUR 3785Writing for the MediaCOMM 3978JOUR 3717Online JournalismCOMM 3999COMM 3999TutorialCOMM 4001FITV 4570Films of Moral StruggleCOMM 4002JOUR 4750Values in the NewsCOMM 4003COMC 4170Dissent and DisinformationCOMM 4004COMC 4360Communication Ethics and the Public SphereCOMM 4005DTEM 4480Digital Media and Public ResponsibilityCOMM 4111JOUR 4766TV News InnovatorsCOMM 4201JOUR 4727Advanced Magazine Article WritingCOMM 4311COMC 4222Media and the EnvironmentCOMM 4411COMC 4348Religion, Theology, and New MediaCOMM 4603COMC 4279Media and Popular CultureCOMM 4604COMC 4248Multiculturalism: Diversity and MediaCOMM 4606JOUR 4767History of Women’s MagazinesCOMM 4607COMC 4177Communication for Social ChangeCOMM 4611JOUR 4784Advanced Business JournalismCOMM 4701COMM 4701Internship SeminarCOMM 4705COMM 4705Special TopicsCOMM 4706COMC 4338American Political CommunicationCOMM 4707JOUR 4733PhotojournalismCOMM 4708FITV 4625Writing TV SitcomsCOMM 4709JOUR 4713PodcastingCOMM 4711COMC 4241Communication, Popular Culture, and PhilosophyCOMM 4800COMM 4098InternshipCOMM 4801COMM 4801Internship Experience ICOMM 4811COMC 4211Media and ModernityCOMM 4901COMM 4901Internship Experience IICOMM 4999COMM 4999TutorialNewCOMM 1000Fundamentals of Communication and Media StudiesNewCOMC 1101Communication and Culture: History, Theory, and MethodsNewCOMC 2112Strategic Communication Theory and PracticeNewCOMC 2117Language, Culture, and ConsciousnessNewCOMC 2236The Rock Revolution in Music and MediaNewCOMC 2277Media and SexualityNewCOMC 2278Media, Culture, and GlobalizationNewCOMC 3247Race, Class, and Gender in MediaNewCOMC 3260Media Regulation and the Public InterestNewCOMC 3378Media, Millennials, and Civic DiscourseNewDTEM 2411Digital Research MethodsNewDTEM 2412Digital EthnographyNewDTEM 2413Participatory MethodsNewDTEM 2414Media Ecology11
OLD #NEW #TITLENewDTEM 2417Data VisualizationNewDTEM 4440Privacy and SurveillanceNewDTEM 4470Values in DesignNewFITV 2534Fashion in British Film and TVNewFITV 2612Writing and Producing the Web SeriesNewFITV 3601Television Theory and CriticismNewFITV 3637Queer Studies in Film and TelevisionNewFITV 3647Gender, Race, Class, and TelevisionNewJOUR 2787Fashion JournalismNewJOUR 3718On-Air ReportingNewJOUR 3728Special Report: In-Depth ReportingNewJOUR 3776Social Media for JournalistsNewJOUR 4741Practicum: The ObserverNewJOUR 4742Practicum: FNNNewJOUR 4743Practicum: The RamNewJOUR 4744Practicum: WFUVNewJOUR 4773Public MediaCourse Prerequisites COMC 1000 or COMM 1010 must be taken before COMC 1101. DTEM 1401 must be taken before DTEM 1402. JOUR 1701 must be taken before any intermediate oradvanced writing/reporting course (i.e., any JOUR coursewhere the second two digits are 71 or 72). FITV 1501 must be taken before FITV 2501 or FITV 3501 FITV 1601 must be taken before FITV 2601 or FITV 3601.Ethics, Law, and Policy Course RequirementA course in ethics, law, and policy (ELP) is required forstudents majoring in communication and culture, digitaltechnologies and emerging media, or film and television, as wellas for students minoring in communication and culture or filmand television. An ELP course is also required for studentsmajoring or minoring in communication (FCRH/FCLCstudents enrolling prior to fall 2016 or PCS student).The ELP requirement may be fulfilled by taking any course inCOMC, DTEM, FITV, or JOUR with the last digit of 0, whichincludes the following courses: COMC 3260: Media Regulation and the Public Interest COMC 3330: Peace, Justice, and the Media COMC 3340: Freedom of Expression COMC 3350: Media Law COMC 3370: Ethical Issues in Media COMC 3380: International C
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