Presentation on theme: "IPS Courses Required Courses (11 credits) –TC 800, TC 802, TC 820, COM 901 (or other approved research course) Diversification Requirement (9 courses;"— Presentation transcript:
IPS Courses Required Courses (11 credits) –TC 800, TC 802, TC 820, COM 901 (or other approved research course) Diversification Requirement (9 courses; 1 course from each of 3 areas) –Information and communication technology –Information and society –Economics and policy Independent study option (TC 890 up to 4 credits)
Information and Communication Technology TC 840: Foundations of Digital Media Arts and Technology TC 861: Information Networks and Technology
Information and Society TC 822: Ethnicity, Race, Gender and Telecommunication TC 872: International Telecommunication and Development JRN 815: Seminar in Press and Society ADV 865: Advertising and Society CAS 826: Health Communication for Diverse Populations COM 828: Cross-Cultural Communication
Economics and Policy TC 850: Telecommunication and Information Management TC 852: Economic Structure of Telecommunication Industries TC 853: Information Technology and Organizations TC 854: Economics of Media Markets and Strategies TC 877: Comparative and International Telecommunication
Faculty Descriptions of Courses They Teach TC 802, Prof. LaRose TC 820, Prof. Greenberg or Wildman TC 822, Prof. Mody TC 850, Prof. Bauer TC 872, Prof. Mody TC 877, Prof. Mody or Bauer Other TC courses described in other track sessions
TC 820 : Mass Communication Theory and Research The course objective is to provide a basic understanding of mass communication theory and quantitative behavioral research related to the mass media. Readings are designed to present conceptual approaches to fundamental research issues and the relevant findings.
ADV 865: Advertising & Social Responsibility This course examines the role and impact of advertising in society. It considers the economic, legal & regulatory, ethical, and social issues that surround advertising.
JRN 815: Seminar in Press and Society This course explores the role of the media, particularly the mass media, in American society. It considers various regarding what the media should (and shouldnt) do. The course focuses on the question: What, if any, responsibilities do the media owe to American society?
CAS 826: Health Communication for Diverse Populations The goals of the course are to: (a) familiarize students with alternative perceptions of health and disease, (b) understand how members of different cultures communicate about health and disease both within their culture and with members of other cultures, and (c) learn how to develop effective and culturally- appropriate health intervention strategies.
COM 828: Cross-Cultural Communication This course provides an introduction to the basic theories, processes, and methods for studying intercultural communication, employing 2 perspectives: –Intercultural communication as the interaction (exchanging messages or conversations) between people from different cultural backgrounds. –A comparison of the ways people in different cultures use communication.
COM 901: Communication Research Design I This course provides an overview of basic statistical techniques for communication research, with a focus on bivariate and multivariate regression and correlation, and analysis of variance.