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Syllabi Objectives – Fall 2007
MC 1301 Introduction to Mass Communication - Laurie Fluker

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

• Increase your knowledge and understanding of the mass communication process and the mass media industries;

• Increase your awareness of how you interact with those industries and with media content to create meaning;

• Recognize how mass media technologies have changed the cultures that use them;

• Explore the portrayal of minorities, women, and others in mainstream media;

• Evaluate the effects those portrayals have on perceptions and understand among people of different ethnic backgrounds;

• Identify how these portrayals have affected your own perceptions of others who are different;

• Demonstrate skill and knowledge as consumers of media content;

• Understand the influence of alternative and ethnic media on American culture;

• Define and understand media literacy;

• Analyze how the organizational and economic natures of contemporary media reflect the dominant culture.



MC 1301 Introduction to Mass Communication - Susan Weill

Upon successful completion ofMC 1301, students will have an understanding of:

• major events and developments in mass media history and practice

• media literacy from a consumer perspective, including content and audience diversity issues;

• basic media theories, ethical concerns and laws

• career opportunities in mass communication fields



MC 1301 Introduction to Mass Communication - Amber Willard

Students in this course will:

• increase their knowledge and understanding of the mass communication process

• increase their knowledge and understanding of the mass media organizations

• identify the ways in which communication technologies have changed the cultures that use them

• understand media literacy and its importance in today's world

• assess and evaluate the representation of minorities, women, and others in mainstream media

• understand their roles consumers of media content



MC 1313 Writing for the Mass Media - Kym Fox

When you have successfully completed this course, you should be able to:

• Differentiate among the demands of different types of media writing and adjust your writing style and approach based on those demands

• Identify news values and concepts critical to accurate, clear news writing in multicultural society

• Understand the importance of using culturally diverse sources in the mass media

• Identify appropriate sources of information for various media writing styles and develop a strategy for incorporating divers sources to accurately reflect the community

• Analyze the role of a culturally diverse workforce within the mass media industry

• Write concisely and accurately in the various media disciples studied, including print, broadcast, public relations and advertising

• Construct a basic hard news story with a summary lead and inverted pyramid story organization and

• Construct a feature story using appropriate lead and story organization

• Construct a news story for the Internet and understand the convergence of various media on the Internet

• Create a press release using news writing conventions

• Create advertisements following basic copy writing techniques

• Demonstrate a basic understanding of media law and ethics

• Be conversant in current events

• Construct a broadcast story for the Internet and understand the convergence of various media on the Internet



MC 2319 Visual Communication - David Nolan

This course is designed to help you integrate words and pictures in mass communication from a multicultural perspective. It will help you explore the idea that memorable visual messages with text have the greatest power to inform, educate, and persuade an individual. At the end of the semester, you should be able to:

• Look at images created in different media and evaluate them from a multicultural perspective.

• Demonstrate basic knowledge in the historical and cultural evolution of visual communication.

• Examine your personal, cultural, critical and ethical perspectives concerning visual communication.

• Understand the principles of visual design and be sensitive to issues of race, culture, class, ethnicity and gender as they relate to design.



MC 2374 Information Gathering and Analysis - Chuck Kaufman

This course is designed to promote critical thinking rather than memorization of facts and figures. When you successfully complete this course, you should be able to:

• Obtain information from a variety of sources with special attention to the diversity of information;

• Analyze information by methods designed to give it meaning;

• Identify and challenge many of the barriers to gathering information;

• Conduct meaningful and productive interviews;

• Evaluate the integrity and reliability of various sources of information;

• Be conversant in current events.



MC 2374 Information Gathering and Analysis - Bob Mann
This course is designed to promote critical thinking rather than memorization of facts and figures. When you successfully complete this course, you should be able to:

• Obtain information from a variety of sources with special attention to diversity;

• Analyze information by methods designed to give it meaning;

• Identify and challenge many of the barriers to gathering information;

• Conduct meaningful and productive interviews;
• Evaluate the integrity and reliability of various sources of information;

• Be conversant in current events and the news media in general



MC 2374 Information Gathering and Analysis - Kym Fox

This course is designed to promote critical thinking rather than memorization of facts and figures. When you successfully complete this course, you should be able to:

• Obtain information from a variety of sources with special attention to the diversity of the sources;

• Analyze information by methods designed to give it meaning

• Identify and challenge many of the barriers to gathering information

• Conduct meaningful and productive interviews

• Better understand how mass media messages are constructed

• Evaluate the integrity and reliability of various sources of information

• Describe the ethical standards for gathering and using information

• Be conversant in current events



MC 3306 Writing for the Electronic Media - Larry Carlson

Students will learn the basic of news and how to write report and produce on deadline for electronic media. Students will be able to conduct interviews, develop news sources and write and produce stories and public service announcements for airing on KTSW-FM. Students will be versed in the issues that confront electronic media journalists on a daily basis, and the challenges facing the electronic media in the future.



MC 3307 Audio Production - Dan Schumacher

This course provides the student with an understanding of the principles used in communication with audio and to develop skills in operation of the major tools used that process.



MC 3311 Video Production - Ray Niekamp

By the end of the semester, the student should be able to:

• Operate a studio television camera and a digital video camera

• Operate the equipment found in most studio control rooms, including a video switcher, character generator, audio console, VTR, and teleprompter

• Produce and direct a short program live in the studio

• Shoot and edit a program segment with digital field equipment and non-linear editing equipment



MC 3312 TV News - Tim England

This course serves the dual purpose of a) providing advanced instruction in news writing and b) teaching the basics of field reporting and news editing. It is structured to build on the broadcast

writing style taught in Mass Communication 3306 and 3310 and the production techniques taught in Mass Communication 3311. A student who successfully completes 3312 should be prepared for entry-level positions in television journalism

MC 3320 Advanced Media Reporting and Writing-Kym Fox

Objectives: When you have successfully completed this course, you will be able to:

• Produce topical and timely story ideas

• Analyze a story assignment and develop a reporting strategy

• Produce fully reported and well-written, in depth stories worthy of publication

• Produce fully reported and well-written, feature stories worthy of publication

• Self-edit stories to better anticipate editing questions

• Rewrite stories to meet editors' satisfaction

• Understand the role of online reporting and convergence as it relates to print journalism

• Produce a photograph and graphic appropriate to accompany a story online or print publication

• Analyze and develop a strategy for accessing government proceedings and documents for use in reporting

• Recognize, evaluate and resolve basic ethical dilemmas

• Understand the importance of using culturally diverse sources in the mass media

• Identify appropriate sources of information and develop a strategy for incorporating diverse sources to accurately reflect the community

• Analyze the role of a culturally diverse workforce within the mass media industry

MC 3343 Introduction to Public Relations-Bruce Smith

Objectives: By the end of this semester, you should have attained knowledge and understanding of:

• The role and functions of public relations in an industrialized society.

• The historical evolution of public relations, career opportunities in the field, and professional/ethical/legal responsibilities.

• An understanding of public relations activity in firms, social agencies, trade organizations, government, education, sports and entertainment.

• The basic process of public relations, and the use of communication strategies to achieve organizational goals.

• Concepts of public relations, audience analyses, and persuasion.

• Practical guidelines for using written, spoken and visual techniques to reach selected audiences.



MC 3343 Intro to Public Relations-Judy Oskam

Course objectives: By the end of the semester, you should have attained knowledge and understanding of:

• The role and functions of public relations in an industrialized society

• The historical evolution of public relations, career opportunities in the field and professional/ethical/legal responsibilities

• An understanding of public relations activity in firms, social agencies, trade organizations, government, education, sports and entertainment

• The basic planning process of public relations and the use of communication strategies to achieve organizational goals

• Concepts of public relations, audience analyses, and persuasion

• Practical guidelines for using written, spoke and visual techniques to reach key audiences


MC 3343 Introduction to Public Relations-Larry Carlson

Course Objective: This course is designed to develop in the students a broad and basic understanding of public relations—its history and development, its nature and function;

and its economic, moral and ethical role in the business world and society at large. Above all, it is hoped that students will understand and apply good public relations, in its many forms, to their own professions and personal lives.

MC 3343 Introduction to Public Relations-Dara Quackenbush

Course Objectives:

• Students will gain a broad understanding of today's public relations industry from a real world perspective and will become familiar with the various functions and responsibilities of public relations.

• Students will understand the steps of the public relations process

• Students will be able to develop elements of a PR plan

• Students will leam how public relations practitioners work with the media to help create a company's branding and positioning

• Students will understand the difference between marketing, public relations, and advertising

MC 3355 Mass Media and Society-Tom Grimes

The Course Objective:

The mass media are not simply entertainment and news sources for people who have a little extra time watch TV or listen to the radio or iPod based music, read newspapers, magazines, or books, or play around on the Internet. Rather, the mass media drive our economy, our politics, and our culture. They are immensely powerful and go far beyond

just entertaining or informing. Therefore, this course is designed to help you understand why this is the case and how, in the future, the mass media are likely to further shape the economy, politics, and culture.



MC 3355 Mass Media and Society-Frederico Subervi

Main Objectives Improve our understanding of:

• The complexity of the U.S. society, especially two of its major driving forces:

social class and race/ethnicity

• The structural characteristics of the media such as their ownership, concentration, and geographical distributions

• Political, economic, social and cultural factors that influence those media structures

• The characteristics of the new and entertainment content that are produced by various types of media

• How that news and entertainment content may or may not adequately represent certain segments of groups (as well as their respective distinctive issues) in society

• The actual and potential effects of the media

• How certain media messages sometimes question, challenge, and/or transform society


• Help students become more skilled and knowledgeable consumers of media and their content

• Provide the foundations for successful and productive career in any professional or academic field related to the mass media




MC 3355 Mass Media and Society-Michael McBride

Course Objectives: This course will help you to:

• Understand the differences between mass mediated communication and other forms of communication

• Consider the impact of media technology as well as media content

• Grasp theories and principles that apply to relationships between mass media and society

• Analyze how and why information and images are presented in the media and to critically assess the quality of media content

• Discern the proper roles and responsibilities of media professionals in the mass media industry

• Become a more literate media consumer



MC 3360 Research Methods in Mass Communication-Sandy Rao

Course Objectives:

• Learn about the various research methods available in different areas of mass communication

• Develop skills required to conduct research

• Have a better understanding of the mass communication discipline

MC3360 Research Methods-Kate Peirce

Course overview and objectives: In this course we will look at the various types of scholarly research techniques. We will discuss proper procedures for methods of investigation such as surveys, content analyses and experiments. We will also study the scientific methods of research, sampling procedures and data analysis techniques. By the end of the course, you will be able to produce a research paper on some aspect of the mass media using social science research procedures.



MC 3367 Advertising-Michael McBride

Course Objectives: At the end of this course, you should be able to:

• Define what advertising is and understand advertising strategy as applied by many companies today

• Apply analytical and critical thinking skills used in advertising decision-maiking

• Understand the role that advertising agencies play in the larger advertising process

• Develop rudimentary creative work for different media

• Perform basic audience analysis and target marketing

• Select basic media for advertising campaign plans

• Assess advertising through limited testing and evaluation methods

• Appreciate the scope and importance of advertising in modem American society



MC 3367 Introduction to Advertising-Cunhyeong "Jun" Ci

Course Objectives: The main objectives of this class are to help students become well versed in various aspects of advertising and prepare for advanced advertising classes.



MC 3367 Introduction to Advertising-Jordan Viator

Course Objectives: By the end of the semester, you should have attained knowledge and understanding of:

• The role and functions of advertising in an industrialized society

• The historical evolution of advertising, career opportunities in the field and professional/ethical/legal responsibilities

• An understanding of advertising activity in agencies and other marketing settings

• The basic process of advertising and the use of communication strategies to achieve organizational goals

• Concepts of advertising, audience analyses and persuasion.

• Practical guidelines for using written, spoken and visual techniques to reach selected audiences



MC 3367 Advertising-Bruce Smith

Objectives: By the end of the semester, you should have attained knowledge and understanding of:

• The role and functions of advertising in an industrialized society

• The historical evolution of advertising, career opportunities in the field, and professional/ethical/legal responsibilities

• An understanding of advertising activity in agencies and other marketing settings. The basic process of advertising, and the use of communication strategies to achieve organizational goals

• Concepts of advertising, audience analyses, and persuasion.

• Practical guidelines for using written, spoken and visual techniques to reach selected audiences

MC 3367 Advertising-Larry Carlson

Course Objective: This course is designed to develop in the students a broad and basic understanding of public advertising—its history and development, its nature and function; and its economic, moral and ethical role in the business world and society at large.



MC 3368 Advertising Copywriting-Jody Gibson

Course Objectives: This class will enable students to create effective messages for various advertising media by mastering the principles of good copywriting. Through lecture, class discussions, conceptual copywriting exercises and ad copy assignments, student will hone their basic copywriting skills. Crucial skills include revisions, precision, integration (of words and images) and criticism-criticism from your boss or client (on in this case, professor and/or peers) is what improves your work, and it’s also a fact of life in the business of advertising.


MC 3372 Advertising Media Planning-Cunhyeong "Jun" Ci

Course Objectives: The main objectives of this class are to help students ^understand the media environment and languages used in media planning 2) develop a simple media plan. And 3) appreciate the work of media professionals.



MC 3375 Electronic Media Programming-Tim England

Course Objectives:



  • To review the history of broadcast and cable programming

  • To help you understand and interpret programming strategies in the television, cable, and radio industries;

  • To familiarize you with the concepts, vocabulary, and practices of programmers;

and

  • To give you experiences in analyzing and reporting on programming strategies and the possible ramifications of those strategies.

MC 3383 Editing for Clear Communication-Bob Bajackson

Objectives Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

• Have command of noun-verb agreements

• Have command of nouns and their antecedents

• Have an understanding of spelling and punctuation

• Make appropriate word usage choices

• Exhibit a command of Associated Press style

• Identify information lapses and question suspect factual information

• Write accurate headlines according to style

• Understand and apply basic design concepts by producing a camera ready newsletter



MC 3383 Editing for Clear Communication-Susan Weill

Objective:

Upon successful completion of MC3383, a student will demonstrate knowledge of the processes and skills necessary for being an editor, understand the fundamental ethical and legal ramifications of editing and aware of the important role of editing and gate keeping in the mass media.

MC 3390 Publication Design and Production-David Nolan

Course Objectives:

We will try to cover everything about publication design, layout and production. As such, we cannot possible become experts in any one given area. I will spend the bulk of this course discussing the themes, philosophies and principles that are inherent to all areas of design. We will also spend a good deal of time analyzing design, as well as hands-on work in creating your own using Adobe InDesignCS2. A firm understanding of typography, graphics, and color are needed before you can succeed at any type of design, so expect those areas to be of primary focus. Design is much more than just slapping text and photographs on a page. Professional design is a problem-solving discipline, and this course prepares you to apply design methods and tools to communicate projects.

MC 3394 Management of Electronic Media-Larry Carlson

Course objectives: This course is intended to:

• Introduce you to managerial aspects of the television, radio, and cable television industries.

• Delineate the major management function within television, radio, and cable television and describe the important issues that confront individual managers.

• Explore management career opportunities in television, radio, and cable television industries

MC 4301 Mass Communication Law-Gilbert Martinez

Course Objectives At the conclusion of this course, students should be able to:

• Read and digest supreme and appellate court opinions

• Discuss the development of print and broadcast media law

• Identify and discuss the various cases as they pertain to media law

• Understand and discuss the importance of the First Amendment and the Bill of Rights

• Apply media law principles to various mass communication scenarios

• Develop into a more sophisticated mass media consumer



MC 4301 Mass Communication Law-Frank Walsh

Course Objectives At the conclusion of this course, students should be able to:

• Understand and discuss the importance of the First Amendment

• Apply media law principles to the practice of the various mass communication fields

• Identify and discuss the various statutes and court cases as they pertain to media law

• Understand the background and role played by federal agencies in the practice of advertising and public relations



MC 4302-History of Mass Media-Bob Mann

Objectives In this class it would be my hope that you:



  • Develop genuine appreciation for the struggles and the courage of the past.

  • Absorb the specifics of change, the roles of key figures, and the impact of media history as it relates to the nation and the world at large

  • From history, learn to be a better consumer of today's messages from daily journalism and all components of the mass media.

  • Develop a working, conversational knowledge of media history and can call upon it in your professional challenges and in your chosen social arenas.

  • In December, when we go our separate ways, desire to read more history, to understand media better, have enhanced your aptitude for critical thinking, that you are a better citizen and a kinder, more astute number of the human race.


MC 4302 History of Mass Media-Tom Grimes

The course Objective:

The new ("new" as of about the mid-1990s) digital media-iPods, various Internet fueled communication systems and devices, fiber optic communications-and the consumer consumption habits that go with them are upending the economy of traditional mass media systems and changing our culture as well. The availability of multiple media sources, and their ease of use, have changed the way people entertain themselves, get news about what's happening in the world, and the way in which commerce is pursued. The new media have also changed both the culture of the country and its politics. My point? To understand why these new media are as unsettling to the established order as they are, one must understand what came before them. Understanding that helps explain why the new media are causing both opportunity, and enormous pain and confusion, for traditional mass media. Knowing the history of the mass media in this country will also give is concrete, predictable markers that will help us see the future of the media.

MC 4303-International Advertising-Federico Subervi

Main objectives

• Overview of the complexity and dynamics of the diverse U.S. Latino population and of the national cultures from which they come from/are part of

• View and learn to critically analyze print and TV advertisements directed to various segments of U.S. Latino and Latin American populations.

• Help students become more skilled and knowledgeable consumers of media and their content.

• Provide additional foundations for a successful and productive career in any professional or academic field related to the mass media



MC 4304 Advertising Strategy and Execution-Jody Gibson

Course Objectives

This class will enable students to conceptualize, execute and present original advertising campaigns consulting of three ads for four different clients. These campaigns will be combined and utilized to create a portfolio of finished advertising executions for students to showcase their creative abilities when interviewing.

MC 4307 Advertising Campaigns-Jody Gibson

Course Objective and description:

This course comes as close to real-life application as it gets. You'll implement the theory learned in previous advertising courses into actual fieldwork by relating advertising campaigns for real clients. Using your text as a guide (combined with your culminated knowledge), you'll develop comprehensive campaigns that will help you gain an understanding of the advertising campaign process first-hand, and you'll discover how all the pieces- research, planning, strategy, creative, budgeting, media, promotions, etc.-finally fit together.

MC 4309 Visual Literacy: Film-Judy Oskam

Course Objectives:

By the end of the semester, you should have attained knowledge and understanding of:

• The role of visual literacy as it relates to the media and society

• The evolution of visual literacy and professional/ethical/legal responsibilities

• The development ofphotovoice as a research methodology and tool for social expression and change

• How we interpret, use and create images that impact communication and decision making

• How to create a semester project that included both visual and reflective elements

• Practical guidelines for visual composition

MC 4311 Independent Study-Judy Oskam

Course Objectives:

By the end of the semester, you should have attained knowledge and understanding of:

• The importance of theory in mass communication research

• The history evolution of mass communication theory

• An understanding of media effects

• Practical guidelines for using communication theory in research

MC 4313 Writing for Public Relations-Linda Y. Jackson

Course objectives:

Writing skills utilize and required in the public relations profession will be examined and applied through instruction and assignment during the course of the semester. Competencies are developed by writing news releases, feature articles, newsletters, advertising, magazine, and brochure.

MC 4313 Public Relations Writing-Chuck Kaufman

Objectives:

Students will learn about the use and precise meanings of words and how to use the effectively and economically. Think critically, creatively and strategically. Get ready for the workplace.

MC 4313 Writing for Public Relations-Dara Quackenbush

Course objectives:

Students will learn about and practice writing a wide range of materials that PR professionals might be asked to write. This includes press releases, pitches, backgrounders and position papers.

MC 4320 Public Relations Campaigns- Dara Quackenbush
Course Objectives:

Students will learn about public relations from a real world perspective. This will be done primarily by working in account teams to provide public relations services to a client. Additionally, students are expected to learn about the practice of public relations by meeting PR practitioners and analyzing case studies.



MC 4320 Public Relations Campaigns-Frank Walsh

Course Objective:

Mass Communications 4320 stresses the planning, development and implementation of comprehensive public relations campaigns.

MC 4336 Web Design and Production-Cindy Royal

Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, students will possess:

• An understanding of HTML, Flash and other Web design technologies

• A broad perspective on the Web design and communication environment

• The ability to create Web sites that are functional and well designed

• The ability to produce engaging multimedia to accompany sites

MC 4356 Multimedia Journalism-Cindy Royal

Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, students will possess:

• Students will understand the unique characteristics of online journalism and how interactive media is changing the journalism profession.

• Students will gain the ability to assess the credibility of Web sites and to understand the ramifications of working with online sources.

• Students will create stories to be published online using Web log (blog) software.

• Students will create multimedia reporting packages utilizing current software programs.

MC 4382 Media Ethics-Lori Bergen

Course objectives:



  • Help students develop, apply and improve their personal professional ethics and values.

  • Encourage personal contemplation, critical thinking and writing about ethical and professional matters by keeping a personal ethics journal.

  • Create a professional document or code of ethics to help students when applying for jobs in media industries.

  • Stimulate thinking about appropriate personal professional conduct and contributions each media practitioner might make to society.

  • Encourage open, non judgmental discussion via case studies on controversial issues.

  • Prepare students to resolve professional disputes that they may encounter in their careers

as media professionals.

MC 5255 Teaching Techniques in Mass Communication-Sandy Rao

Course Objectives:

• To acquaint teaching assistants with strategies for effective teaching

• To equip them with techniques for conducting the basic undergraduate writing course

• To help increase their proficiency in leading discussion sections

• To assist them to develop class materials such as presentations situations

• To assist them in having a fair grading procedure

• To teach them effective presentation techniques

• To evaluate student instructional responsibilities

MC 5301 Mass Media and Society-Tom Grimes

The Course Objective:

The mass media are not simply entertainment and news sources for people who have a little extra time to watch TV or listen to the radio or iPod based music, read newspapers, magazines, or books, or play around on the Internet. Rather, the mass media drive our economy, our politics, and our culture. They are immensely powerful and go far beyond just entertaining or informing. Therefore, this course is designed to help you understand why this is the case and how, in the future, the mass media are likely to further shape the economy, politics, and culture.

MC 5302 Research Methods in Mass Communication-Kate Peirce

Course objectives:

The student will be able to use the tools of mass communication research to research and write a scholarly paper on the some aspect of mass communication. Topics include but are not limited to the scientific method, content analysis, survey research and basic statistical analysis.

MC 5303 Theories of Mass Communication-Sandy Rao

Course Objectives:

• Students will be exposed to a variety of theories that can be applied to the study of mass communication.

• Students will review mass communication literature in terms of its theoretical relevance.

• Students will study the process of theory building and identify the theoretical linkage; which will help them in their pursuit of further research.

• Students will be able to better understand how the entire process of mass communication (including print, broadcasting, public relations or advertising) works.


MC 5304 Internet and Mass Media-Ray Niekamp

Objectives:

• To enhance the student's understanding of the Internet as an increasingly important medium of mass communication.

• To examine the social implications of Internet use

• To examine in Internet effect on traditional mass media

• To examine the major issues surrounding the Internet, such as privacy and security.



MC 5304 Visual Literacy: Film-Judy Oskam

Course Objectives: By the end of the semester, you should have attained knowledge and understanding of:

• The role of visual literacy as it relates to the media and society

• The evolution of visual literacy and professional/ethical/legal responsibilities

• The development ofphotovoice as a research methodology and tool for social expression and change

• How we interpret, use and create images that impact communication and decision making

• How to create a semester project that included both visual and reflective elements

• Practical guidelines for visual composition



MC 5304 Mass Media and Politics-Federico Subervi

Course Goals and Objectives:

• Familiarize the students with the most important literature on political communication

• Understand the dynamics of ethnicity and ethnic politics

• Learn about the literature on ethnic politics and specifically Latino politics

• Learn about emerging literature on Latino media and politics

• Contribute, with original research, to the knowledge about and understanding of political communication in ethnic politics with special focus on Latinos

MC 5308 Seminar in Advertising and Public Relations-Elizabeth (Gigi) Taylor

Course Objectives:

This course is designed to give student an opportunity to integrate material learned in previous courses, to enhance the ability to analyze situations, and to develop and present solutions. Specifically, this course is intended to help

• Develop analysis and presentation skills

• Improve the ability to see similarities/dissimilarities between different situations and draw appropriate conclusions.

• Articulate and defend position statements or decisions.



Understand current issue facing the advertising and PR industries.


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