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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.

Graduate CAS Courses at University Park --

CAS 503 - Rhetorical Criticism
CAS 503 - Textual Criticism
CAS 505 - Historical Development of Rhetorical Theory
CAS 506 - Contemporary Rhetorical Theory
CAS 506 - Rhetoric and Cultural Memory
CAS 506 - Rhetorics and Publics
CAS 506 - Sound Characters: Mouths, Voices, and Data Before and After Digitality
CAS 507 - Issues in Rhetorical Theory: Archives of Gender & Sexuality
CAS 507 - Issues in Rhetorical Theory: Publics, Gender, Race
CAS 507 - Issues in Rhetorical Theory: Rhetoric / Archive / Information
CAS 507 - Issues in Rhetorical Theory: Giorgio Agamben, Judith Butler, and Jacques Rancière
CAS 509 - Democratic Deliberation
CAS 515 - Rhetoric and Media
CAS 530 - Political Communication and the Media
CAS 550 - Social Influence
CAS 551 - Persuasion
CAS 555 - Interpersonal Communication
CAS 557 - Health Communication
CAS 559 - Life Span Communication
CAS 560 - Theory Construction
CAS 561 - Quantitative Research Methods
CAS 564 - Measurement in Communication Science
CAS 565 - Interpersonal Communication & Well-Being
CAS 567 - Health Campaigns
CAS 597 - Special Topic: Affect, Persuasion, and Health
CAS 597 - Advice
CAS 597 - American Political Rhetoric in Depression and War
CAS 597 - Computer Mediated Communication
CAS 597 - Media and Memory
CAS 597 - Meta-analysis
CAS 597 - Political Leadership, Presidents, and Contemporary Social Issues
CAS 597 - Rhetoric & Public Policy
CAS 597 - Rhetoric and Race
CAS 597 - Rhetoric, Revolution and Revolt
CAS 597 - Risk Communication
CAS 597 - Sound Characters: Rhetorics, Poetics, Audio, Listening
CAS 597 - Sovereignties: Agamben, Butler, and Rancière
CAS 597 - Special Topic: Communication and Social Support
CAS 597 - Structural Equation Modeling