ADCO 100501 Introduction to Communications
Introduces the four main divisions in communication studies: interpersonal communication, mass media theory, group and organizational communication. Examines the influence and impact of electronic communication. Practical application of theory focuses the course.
Wed 6:15–9:15, Aug 30–Dec 13, Robert Rosenthal
ADCO 1030 Public Speaking
ADCO103002 Syllabus - Prof. Pouravelis
While introducing the theory, composition, delivery and criticism of speeches, this course attends to four key communication elements: message, speaker, audience and occasion. Explores various modes and varieties of speaking. This is a performance course.
ADCO 1030 01 Mon 6:15–9:15, Aug 28–Dec 11, Howard Enoch
ADCO 1030 02 Tues 6:15–9:15, Aug 29–Dec 12, Claudia Pouravelis
ADCO 1030 03 ONLINE ASYNCHRONOUS , Aug 29–Dec 12, William Boozang
FULLY ONLINE SECTION - Asynchronous. No days or times are specified; students must participate weekly per all communications and instructions from the professor, must adhere to course schedule, and submit all course work on time.
ADCO 311201 Career Strategies for Success
Course examines the critical elements involved in self assessment, career exploration, goal setting, adult development, decision making, job search strategies and career progression. Looks at how to integrate career information resources, and explores specific techniques and strategies designed for a competitive job market.
Sat 9–3:30, Oct 28–Dec 16, Amy Flynn
ADCO 500201 Public Relations
Public Relations is a vital and versatile communication tool. This course explores the techniques and media used to influence special publics, including the news media. It reviews the principles and practices of on-line communications, how electronic media differ from traditional media, reaching new audiences, advantages and limitations. Students study examples of public relations campaigns and design their own. Focuses on non-profit public relations, corporate problems and the relationship between management strategies and promotional objectives.
Sat 9–3:30, Sept 2–Oct 21, Donald Fishman
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