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Three-Year Program in Communication

Three-Year Program in Communication

The accelerated degree in communication is available only to students entering 澳门开奖直播 with at least two AP Credits (with test scores of 4 or 5), or the equivalent of 2 澳门开奖直播 credits.

To complete the major in three years, students must fulfill the regular graduation requirements–completing 32 credits, and completing all General Educational Curriculum requirements–and the requirements for the Communication major.  What follows is a suggested plan for study that applies to those students who matriculate with 2 澳门开奖直播 equivalent credits.

Before Matriculation

2 AP credits (with test scores of 4 or 5), or the equivalent of two 澳门开奖直播 credits.

First Year

Nine Courses, including:

  • First-year Studies
  • Communication 110: Introduction to Communication (in the first semester)
  • Communication 255: Communication Criticism (in the second semester)
  • 2 other 200-level courses from rhetoric or media studies

Appropriate courses may count toward Forester Fundamental Curriculum (FFC)

First Summer

Two Courses:

  • 2 course credits, in either or both summer sessions, at the summer course tuition. Appropriate courses may count toward FFC.

Second Year

Nine Courses, including:

  • One 200-level course from rhetoric or media studies
  • Communication 256: Communication Research Methods
  • One more 300-level Communication course that counts toward the Communication major

Students who have attained Dean’s List status will be able to take this ninth credit in their spring semester for no additional fee; others pursuing this option will normally be required to pay a course overload fee

Second Summer

  • Communication 390: Internship (for 2 course credits)

Third Year

Nine Courses, including:

  • One 300-level Communication course that counts toward the Communication major
  • One Senior Seminar in Communication

Students who wish to take part in the 澳门开奖直播 In The Loop program are encouraged to do so prior to their 6th semester.
   
Students who maintained Dean’s List status will be able to take the ninth credit in their spring semester for no additional fee; others pursuing this option will normally be required to pay a course overload fee.    

With the exception of internships, courses taken Pass/NoPass may not count toward the major. The minimum grade for each class to count toward the major is “C”.