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Developing critical and analytical skills is vital to succeed in contemporary culture. In this course students will learn a variety of theoretical and critical approaches to rhetorical criticism enabling them to critically analyze the messages that surround us. This course offers students the tools to analyze the ways rhetoric undergirds or undermines existing power structures, and how it might reshape them.

Prerequisite(s): CMST 2100 or permission of instructor. Not open to non-degree graduate students.

Distribution: Writing in the Discipline Single Course

School of Communication

The School of Communication provides a student-centered, dynamic environment designed to elevate, empower, and engage students to become skilled, ethical citizens and professionals who can excel in diverse local and global communities.

College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media Communication studies or Journalism/Media Communication CMST 3340 Rhetorical Criticism ( For students in Communication...