Spring 2021 classes offered in Communication as of Thursday, 03/25/2021 at 08:00 AM
schedSpringCOMM report generated: 25-MAR-21


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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm10230993IA

MWF09:00-09:50ONLHitchcock-Tinseth,RC2525
0990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm11231003IA

MWF08:00-08:50ONLYoung,GW2518
7990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm12231013IA

MWF09:00-09:50ONLYoung,GW2524
1990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm13231263IA

MWF10:00-10:50ONLMackinney,RA2525
0990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm14231023IA

TR13:00-14:20ONLHitchcock-Tinseth,RC2525
0990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm15231033IA

MWF11:00-11:50ONLHitchcock-Tinseth,RC2522
3990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm16231043IA

MWF12:00-12:50ONLYoung,GW2525
0990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm17230943IA

MWF13:00-13:50ONLYoung,GW2514
11990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm18231053IA

MWF14:00-14:50ONLMackinney,RA2518
7990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm19231063IA

TR09:00-10:20ONLYoung,GW2524
1990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm20231223IA

TR08:00-09:20ONLHitchcock-Tinseth,RC2521
4990

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COMM 100 Fund Speech Comm27231313IA

TR13:00-14:20ONLWelliver,TB2518
7990

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COMM 103 Critical Listening & Thinking1231073IA

MWF09:00-09:50ONLMackinney,RA454302990

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COMM 105 Intro to Human Communication1231083IA

TR13:00-14:20ONLDonaldson,AP4542
3990

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COMM 108 Oral Interpretation1231093IA

TR11:00-12:20ONLMackinney,RA2724
3991

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COMM 110 Intercollegiate Spch & Debate1231161IA

MW17:00-18:20ONLDonaldson,AP102
8990

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COMM 110 Intercollegiate Spch & Debate2231172IA

MW17:00-18:20ONLDonaldson,AP102
8990

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COMM 110 Intercollegiate Spch & Debate3231203IA

MW17:00-18:20ONLDonaldson,AP109
1990

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COMM 213 Interpersonal Communication1231143IA

MWF15:00-15:50ONLMackinney,RA2719
8990

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COMM 300 American Public Discourse1231103IA

TR09:00-10:20ONLReitzel,AC3030
0991

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COMM 300 American Public Discourse2231283IA


-ONLFrye,JJ2526
-1990

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COMM 309B Gender and Communication1231113IA

TR15:00-16:20ONLRossman,LL2224
-2995

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COMM 309B Gender and Communication2231123IA

TR17:00-18:20ONLDonaldson,AP2222
0993

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COMM 310 Adv Intrclgte Spch & Debate1231181IA

MW17:00-18:20ONLDonaldson,AP107
3990

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COMM 310 Adv Intrclgte Spch & Debate2231192IA

MW17:00-18:20ONLDonaldson,AP100
10990

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COMM 310 Adv Intrclgte Spch & Debate3231213IA

MW17:00-18:20ONLDonaldson,AP106
4990

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COMM 319 Communication Research1231134IA


-ONLFrye,JJ3022
8990

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COMM 324 Nonverbal Communication1230974IA


-ONLPaynton,ST3029
1993

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COMM 387 Int'l Education Colloquium1231351IA
01/25M19:00-21:20ONLSebro,T209
11990

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02/08-02/12
-ONLSebro,T



990

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COMM 404 Theories of Comm Influence1230984IA


-ONLFrye,JJ3031
-1993

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COMM 415 Communication Theory1231274IA


-ONLPaynton,ST3029
1990

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COMM 472 Convention Experience1231321IA


-ONLFrye,JJ101
9990
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COMM 480 Marxist Rhetorical Foundations1230954below

TR12:00-13:50ONLRossman,LL2617
9990

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COMM 490 Capstone Experience1230962IA

MW09:00-09:50ONLDonaldson,AP3018
12990
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COMM 495 Field Experience in Speech Com1231251IA


-ONLSchnurer,MD31
2990
NONETexts
COMM 495 Field Experience in Communicat9234522IA





10
1990
NONETexts
COMM 495 Field Experience in Communicat10235341IA


-ONLRossman,LL510
-5990
NONETexts
COMM 495 Field Experience in Speech Com11235351IA


-ONLFrye,JJ50
5990
NONETexts
COMM 495 Intercultural Dialog00
1-6IA


-ONL
00
0990
NONETexts
COMM 499 Directed Study

1-4IA


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Schnurer,MD10
1990
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schedSpringCOMM report generated: 25-MAR-21
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COMM 480 Marxist Rhetorical Foundations23095IA,Special Topic Description: In contemporary rhetorical theory, scholarship on the economy of rhetoric has become increasingly popular. This seminar explores one major entry point into the conversation - Rhetoric and Marxism. Beginning with the premise that Marxist theory offers a fundamental rethinking of the humanist subject of classical rhetorical theory, this seminar will ask three ongoing questions: (1) how does Marxist theory offer a way to problematize rhetoric as an economic object?; (2) how does Marxist theory disrupt and transgress traditional conceptions of rhetorical agency?; (3)


how does Marxist theory both restrict and expand the materiality of rhetorical labor practices? In addition to these three considerations, the seminar will also, ask us to consider the rhetorical implications of Marx's own thought.