COMM310: Persuasion and Propaganda

About This Course

Examination of classical and contemporary theories of rhetoric (persuasion and propaganda) as they apply to speech, media, campaigns, social movements, and popular culture.

Course At A Glance

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Communication and Media Studies

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Course Prerequisites

3 credit hours

COMM101: Principles of Communication

Survey course designed to provide students with an introduction to human communication processes. Students will acquire a theoretical basis for understanding and evaluating specialized content areas within the discipline which include: (1) Interpersonal/Relational Communication, (2) Media Studies, (3) Corporate/Organizational Communication, and (4) Rhetorical Studies.


3 credit hours

COMM115: Professional Communication

Introduction to the rhetorical dimensions of public communication in the professional world including the use of technology to enhance multi-media presentations.


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