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Internet resource requirements for UW Communication graduate courses

Students should ensure that they can access all Internet resources required for UW Communication courses reliably and safely before registering for any course. Participation in UW Communication courses typically requires students to access Internet resources that may not be accessible directly in some places outside of the UW campus. Specifically, students in UW Communication courses will need to access UW resources including Canvas, UW Libraries which require users to login with a UW NetID, and potentially some external resources such as Zoom, Google Docs, YouTube, and/or eBook websites. Contact the course instructor to request a list of the Internet resources the course will employ prior to enrolling if you are concerned about whether you will be able to access course-required resources.

For students who are off-campus and are in a situation where direct access to course-required resources is not possible, UW IT recommends that students use the official UW VPN, called Husky OnNet VPN (see instructions are below). However, students who are outside the US while taking this course should be aware that they may be subject to laws, policies and/or technological systems which restrict the use of any VPNs. UW does not guarantee students’ access to UW resources when students are off-campus, and students are responsible for their own compliance with all laws regarding the use of Husky OnNet and all other UW resources.

UW-IT provides the Husky OnNet VPN free for UW students via this link, and advises students to use it with the “All Internet Traffic” option enabled (see the UW Libraries instructions and UW-IT’s FAQs regarding the Husky OnNet VPN). Doing so will route all incoming and outgoing Internet through UW servers while it is enabled.

Number Title
Foundation Courses
COM 500 Communication Theory Development
COM 501 Methods of Inquiry
COM 502 Communication Scholarship and Public Life
Methods Courses
AIS 501 Documentary Film/Video Research Methods in Native Communities**
AIS 502 Documentary Production in American Indian Communities**
COM 511 Content Analysis
COM 512 Critical, Social, and Practice-Based Approaches
COM 513 Fieldwork Research Methods
COM 514 Critical Discourse Analysis
COM 515 Rhetorical Criticism
COM 517 Survey Research
COM 518 Cultural Studies Methods
COM 519 Visual Cultural Studies Methods
COM 520 Statistical Methods in Communication
COM 521 Advanced Statistical Methods in Communication
COM 527 International Communication Research Methods
COM 528 Internet Research
Seminars on Communication Topics
AIS 503 Documentary Theory, Form, and Practice**
AIS 504 Survey of Indigenous Media**
COM 530 Philosophical Issues in Rhetorical and Communication Theory
COM 531 Rhetoric and Society
COM 532 Classical Rhetoric
COM 534 Studies in Contemporary Rhetoric
COM 538 Theories and Criticism of Communication Technologies
COM 539 Theories of Technology and Society
COM 540 The Rhetoric of Science
COM 551 Political Communication
COM 552 Social Construction of News
COM 553 Public Opinion and Communication
COM 562 International Communication Systems
COM 563 Black Cultural Studies
COM 564 Media, Myth, and Ritual
COM 565 Mass Media Structure
COM 567 Gender, Race, and Communication
COM 568 Relational Communication*
COM 570 Organizational Communication
COM 576 Interpersonal Communication
COM 577 Communication in Small Groups
COM 578 Intercultural Communication
COM 580 Nonverbal Communication Theory and Research
COM 584 Ways of Speaking
Variable Credit Courses
COM 590 Selected Readings (1-5 Credits)
COM 591 Independent Research (1-5 Credits)
COM 592 Directed Research (1-5 Credits)
COM 593 Communication Internship (1-5 Credits)
COM 594 Professional Proseminar (1 Credit)
COM 596 Communication Pedagogy (1 Credit)
COM 597 Special Topics in Communication (3-5 Credits)
Special Courses
COM 600 General Examination Preparation or M.C. Project (1-10 Credits)
COM 700 Master’s Thesis (1-10 Credits)
COM 800 Doctoral Dissertation (1-10 Credits)

* This course is under development and will be taught as COM 597 (Special Topics) until it is added to the official UW course catalog.

** These courses are taught as part of the Native Voices M.C. program. Though seating is limited and instructor permission is required for enrollment, they are open to all Communication graduate students.

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