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Risk/Crisis Communication, both as a discipline and a practice, has been discussed and enacted as long as there has been information to communicate because of an extraordinary event. Governments, businesses, universities, even individuals - all of engaged in one form of risk or crisis communication or another. Whether successful in its intentions or not, the act is there. This class is a theoretically-driven course to inform our practices as both creators of messages and critics of those same messages. (Cross-listed with JMC 4300).

Prerequisite(s): CMST 1110; JMC 3350 (or other research methods courses as confirmed by instructor of record); junior or senior standing

Computer Engineering, Bachelor of Science

...substitute ENGR 100 for CMST 1110 3 Engineering...4220/8226 Programming Languages 4300/8306 Deterministic Operations...