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What courses do faculty in the Department teach?

The faculty typically offers 6-8 graduate seminars a semester.  These courses reflect a mix of foundational topics and special topics that showcase contemporary and compelling areas of inquiry within the field of communication.  A full listing of graduate courses offered by the Department can be found in the official Graduate School Bulletin.  Below is a sample of some of the courses recently taught by our faculty.

Rhetoric courses

CAS 503 Rhetorical Criticism (Professor Browne)

CAS 505 Historical Development of Rhetorical Theory (Professor Kennerly)

CAS 506 Contemporary Rhetorical Theory (Professor Demo)

CAS 506 Contemporary Rhetorical Theory (Professor Eberly)

CAS 506 Contemporary Rhetorical Theory (Professor Engels)

CAS 507 Issues in Rhetorical Theory (Professor Vivian)

CAS 509 Democratic Deliberation (Professor Gastil)

CAS 515 Rhetoric and Media (Professor Kennerly)

CAS 530 Political Communication and the Media (Professor Stuckey)

CAS 597 Special Topic in Rhetoric (Professor Wilson)

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Communication science courses

CAS 509 Democratic Deliberation (Proessor John Gastil)

CAS 559 Life Span Communication (Professor NussBaum)

CAS 560 Communication Theory (Professor Solomon)

CAS 561 Quantitative Research Methods (Professor Shen)

CAS 597 Personal Influence (Professor Smith)

CAS 597 Special Topic: Affect, Persuasion and Health (Professor Shen)

CAS 597 Special Topic: Communication and Aging (Professor Nussbaum)

CAS 567 Health Campaigns (Professor Smith)

CAS 597 Special Topic: Measurement (Professor Dillard)

CAS 597 Special Topic: Communication and Social Support (Professor MacGeorge)

CAS 597 Special Topic: Interpersonal Communication and Health (Professor Solomon)

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