CMST 4600 COMMUNICATION THEORY AND APPLICATION (3 credits)
This course begins by introducing students to two broad categories of theory development - objective and interpretive. Then concepts and assumptions associated with each of these two perspectives are employed to critically evaluate several specific theories that fall within different of the sub-disciplines of the field of communication: interpersonal, group, organizational, mass, public/thetorical, cultural, and intercultural/gender. Along with critically evaluating and comparing/contrasting different communication theories, emphasis is placed on how the theories can be effectively applied in concrete settings and circumstances. (Cross-listed with CMST 8606)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Junior standing; and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25.
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