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2011-2012 Catalog & Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Communication Pre-Major Transfer


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Communication courses give a practical foundation in basic communication skills necessary for admittance to a senior college major program in journalism or mass communications. A variety of courses is offered including mass communications, reporting, editing, feature and editorial writing, photography, public relations, and advertising. The program also includes the active production of school publications. As electives for non-communication majors, these courses serve as outlets for creative talent and school service and enable students to become more discerning consumers of the mass media. The courses listed below are suggested for students who wish to major in Communications and transfer to a four-year college.

The following is the suggested sequence of courses for this degree. A + indicates courses with a prerequisite or co-requisite. However, courses that do not have a prerequisite do not have to be taken in order. For example, GOVT 2301  does not have to be taken before GOVT 2302  since GOVT 2301  is not a prerequisite for GOVT 2302 . Nevertheless, the general sequence should still be followed. Part-time students may require more than four semesters to complete their course work.

Pre-Major Transfer Guide


Credit Hours: 16


Credit Hours: 16


Semester III


Credit Hours: 16


Semester IV


Credit Hours: 14


Total Semester Credit Hours: 62


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