Please click here to see the list of all Department of Communication graduate courses. All courses are 5 credits unless otherwise indicated. To view course descriptions, click here.

Independent Study

COM 590, 591, 592, and 593 are available every quarter. If you wish to enroll in any of these independent study courses, complete the 590-593 Course Permission Form describing the nature of your proposed work.

Graduate Courses for Autumn Quarter 2014

Course # Title Instructor
COM 500 Communication Theory Development Kirsten Foot and Ralina Joseph
COM 513 Fieldwork Research Methods Matt Powers
COM 519 Visual Cultural Studies Methods Leilani Nishime
COM 580 Nonverbal Communication Theory and Research Valerie Manusov
COM 594 Professional Proseminar Ethics (CR/NC) Nancy Rivenburgh
COM 596 Communication Pedagogy Leah Ceccarelli

Graduate Courses for Winter Quarter 2015

Course # Title Instructor
COM 501 Methods of Inquiry Valerie Manusov
COM 539 Theories of Technology and Society Kirsten Foot
COMĀ 540 The Rhetoric of Science Leah Ceccarelli
COM 563 Black Cultural Studies Ralina Joseph
COM 594 Writing for publication (CR/NC) Nancy Rivenburgh
COM 596 Communication Pedagogy Leah Ceccarelli
COM 597 Digital Media and Movements Lance Bennett
COM 597 Online Impression Management Katy Pearce

Graduate Courses for Spring Quarter 2015

Course # Title Instructor
COM 514 Critical Discourse Analysis Jessica Robles
COM 527 International Communication Research Methods Nancy Rivenburgh
COM 528 Designing Internet Research Mako Hill
COM 594 Community Engagement (CR/NC) Nancy Rivenburgh
COM 596 Communication Pedagogy Leah Ceccarelli
COM 597 Rhetoric and Material Culture Christine Harold