Communication Capstone

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Spring 2018

Course Goals:
This course will review communication studies fundamentals as applied theoretically and in practice. You will reflect upon your academic experience, prepare for your next step, and publically demonstrate your abilities. In this course you will ask yourself critical questions:
1. Who am I—personally and professionally?
2. What are my dreams beyond “what I want to do after I graduate”?
3. How does my academic work merge with my plans?
4. What obstacles might prevent me from achieving my dreams?
5. Do I represent myself in a way that helps me achieve my goals?

Required Textbook:

There is no assigned book for this course.

Syllabus: 

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Spring 2017

Course Description:

This course will review communication studies fundamentals as applied theoretically and in practice. You will reflect upon your academic experience, prepare for your next step, and publically demonstrate your abilities. In this course you will ask yourself critical questions:

1. Who am I—personally and professionally?
2. What are my dreams beyond “what I want to do after I graduate”?
3. How does my academic work merge with my plans?
4. What obstacles might prevent me from achieving my dreams?
5. Do I represent myself in a way that helps me achieve my goals?

Readings:

Readings will demonstrate the trends and major issues in the field of communication. Readings will be assigned and distributed electronically and free of charge. At times you will be required to collect readings and share them with the class. These assignments will help you gain a deeper understanding of the related area of your choice as well as trends in the field.

Syllabus: 

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Spring 2017

Course Description:

This course will review communication studies fundamentals as applied theoretically and in practice. You will reflect upon your academic experience, prepare for your next step, and publically demonstrate your abilities. In this course you will ask yourself critical questions:

1. Who am I—personally and professionally?
2. What are my dreams beyond “what I want to do after I graduate”?
3. How does my academic work merge with my plans?
4. What obstacles might prevent me from achieving my dreams?
5. Do I represent myself in a way that helps me achieve my goals?

Readings:

Readings will demonstrate the trends and major issues in the field of communication. Readings will be assigned and distributed electronically and free of charge. At times you will be required to collect readings and share them with the class. These assignments will help you gain a deeper understanding of the related area of your choice as well as trends in the field.

Syllabus: 

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Spring 2016

Course Description:

This course will review communication studies fundamentals as applied theoretically and in practice. You will reflect upon your academic experience, prepare for your next step, and publically demonstrate your abilities. In this course you will ask yourself critical questions:

1. Who am I—personally and professionally?
2. What are my dreams beyond “what I want to do after I graduate”?
3. How does my academic work merge with my plans?
4. What obstacles might prevent me from achieving my dreams?
5. Do I represent myself in a way that helps me achieve my goals?

Readings:

Readings will demonstrate the trends and major issues in the field of communication. Readings will be assigned and distributed electronically and free of charge. At times you will be required to collect readings and share them with the class. These assignments will help you gain a deeper understanding of the related area of your choice as well as trends in the field.

Syllabus: 

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Fall 2016

Course Description:

This course will review communication studies fundamentals as applied theoretically and in practice. You will reflect upon your academic experience, prepare for your next step, and publically demonstrate your abilities. In this course you will ask yourself critical questions:
1. Who am I—personally and professionally?
2. What are my dreams beyond “what I want to do after I graduate”?
3. How does my academic work merge with my plans?
4. What obstacles might prevent me from achieving my dreams?
5. Do I represent myself in a way that helps me achieve my goals?

Required Texts:

None

Syllabus: 

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Spring 2016

Course Description:

This course focuses on research in communication. After a brief introduction of basic concepts, selected methodologies will be examined. Students will engage in individual research projects, utilizing one of these methodologies. Students will submit a written report as well as give a public oral presentation of their original research.

Required Texts:

None

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Fall 2015

Course Description:

This course focuses on research in communication. After a brief introduction of basic concepts, selected methodologies will be examined. Students will engage in individual research projects, utilizing one of these methodologies. Students will submit a written report as well as give a public oral presentation of their original research.

Required Texts:

None.

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Spring 2015

Course Description:

This course focuses on research in communication. After a brief introduction of basic concepts, selected methodologies will be examined. Students will engage in individual research projects, utilizing one of these methodologies. Students will submit a written report as well as give a public oral presentation of their original research.

Required Texts:

None.

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Fall 2014

Course Description:

This course focuses on research in communication. After a brief introduction of basic concepts, selected methodologies will be examined. Students will engage in individual research projects, utilizing one of these methodologies. Students will submit a written report as well as give a public oral presentation of their original research.

Required Texts:

None

Syllabus: 

Kristen L. Majocha, Communication Capstone, Spring 2013

Course Description:

This course focuses on research in communication. After a brief introduction of basic concepts, selected methodologies will be examined. Students will engage in individual research projects, utilizing one of these methodologies. Students will submit a written report as well as give a public oral presentation of their original research.

Required Texts:

Syllabus: 

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