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    Weber State University
   
 
  Nov 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Course Descriptions


 
   •  COMM 1130  - Media Writing
   •  COMM 1270  - Analysis of Argument
   •  COMM 1500  - Introduction to Mass Communication
   •  COMM 1560  - Audio Production and Performance
   •  COMM 2010 HU - Mass Media and Society
   •  COMM 2110 HU - Interpersonal and Small Group Communication
   •  COMM 2200  - In-studio Video Production and Performance
   •  COMM 2210  - Intercollegiate Debate
   •  COMM 2250  - Essentials of Digital Media
   •  COMM 2270  - Argumentation and Debate
   •  COMM 2730  - Radio Production Workshop
   •  COMM 2751  - Narrative Digital Filmmaking
   •  COMM 2890  - Cooperative Work Experience for The Signpost
   •  COMM 2920  - Short Courses, Workshops, Institutes and Special Programs
   •  COMM 3000  - Communication Theory
   •  COMM 3050  - Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Management
   •  COMM 3060  - Listening and Interviewing
   •  COMM 3070  - Performance Studies
   •  COMM 3080  - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 3085  - Family Communication
   •  COMM 3090  - Gender and Communication
   •  COMM 3100  - Small Group Facilitation and Leadership
   •  COMM 3120  - Advanced Public Speaking
   •  COMM 3130  - News Reporting and Writing
   •  COMM 3150  - Communication Research Methods
   •  COMM 3200  - Live Event Production
   •  COMM 3220  - Editing
   •  COMM 3230  - Health Communication
   •  COMM 3350  - Visual Communication
   •  COMM 3400  - Introduction to Public Relations
   •  COMM 3440  - Public Relations Writing
   •  COMM 3460  - Public Relations and Social Media
   •  COMM 3550  - Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 3650  - Communication Law
   •  COMM 3730  - Media Programming and Audiences
   •  COMM 3740  - Writing for Screen and Television
   •  COMM 3780  - Broadcast News Writing and Production
   •  COMM 3820  - Persuasive Communication
   •  COMM 3850  - Advertising
   •  COMM 3890  - Advanced Cooperative Work Experience with Signpost
   •  COMM 3891  - Advanced Cooperative Work Experience with KWCR
   •  COMM 3892  - Advanced Cooperative Work Experience with Public Relations
   •  COMM 3893  - Advanced Cooperative Work Experience with Studio 76
   •  COMM 4130  - In-depth and Investigative Journalism
   •  COMM 4150  - Rhetorical Theory and Criticism
   •  COMM 4160  - Contemporary Rhetorical and Communication Theories
   •  COMM 4210  - Intercollegiate Debate
   •  COMM 4400  - Public Relations Media and Campaigns
   •  COMM 4440  - Developing and Evaluating Health Communication Campaigns
   •  COMM 4500  - Topics in Communication
   •  COMM 4750  - Advanced Cinematography and Editing
   •  COMM 4760  - Media Management & Distribution
   •  COMM 4800  - Special Study and Individual Projects
   •  COMM 4801  - College of Arts & Humanities Leadership Lecture Series
   •  COMM 4840  - Teaching Journalism and Advising Student Media in the Secondary School
   •  COMM 4850  - Teaching Speech and Directing Speech Activities in the Secondary School
   •  COMM 4890  - Communication Internship
   •  COMM 4920  - Short Courses, Workshops, Institutes and Special Programs
   •  COMM 4990  - Senior Seminar
   •  CS 1010 CA - Introduction to Interactive Entertainment
   •  CS 1022  - Software Development
   •  CS 1023  - Selected Programming Language
   •  CS 1030  - Foundations of Computing
   •  CS 1400  - Fundamentals of Programming
   •  CS 1410  - Object-Oriented Programming
   •  CS 2130  - Computational Structures
   •  CS 2140  - Computer Systems Administration
   •  CS 2250  - Structured Computing in a Selected Language
   •  CS 2335  - Introduction to User Experience Design for Web & Mobile
   •  CS 2350  - Client Side Web Development
   •  CS 2400  - Project Management
   •  CS 2420  - Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms
   •  CS 2450  - Software Engineering I
   •  CS 2550  - Introduction to Database Design and SQL
   •  CS 2630  - Client Side Frameworks
   •  CS 2705  - Network Fundamentals and Design
   •  CS 2780  - Windows Application Programming
   •  CS 2800  - Individual Projects & Research
   •  CS 2810  - Computer Architecture/Organization
   •  CS 2890  - Cooperative Work Experience
   •  CS 2899  - Associate Degree Assessment
   •  CS 2920  - Short Courses, Workshops, Institutes and Special Programs
   •  CS 3030  - Scripting Languages
   •  CS 3040  - Windows/Unix/Linux Infrastructure and Administration
   •  CS 3050  - Enterprise Computing
   •  CS 3100  - Operating Systems
   •  CS 3210  - UNIX System Programming and Internals
   •  CS 3230  - Object Oriented User Interface Development with Java
   •  CS 3250  - Advanced Object Oriented Programming
   •  CS 3260  - Mobile Development for the iPhone
   •  CS 3270  - Mobile Development for Android
   •  CS 3280  - Object Oriented Windows Application Development
   •  CS 3540  - Database Administration
   •  CS 3550  - Advanced Database Programming
   •  CS 3610  - Introduction to Game Industry
   •  CS 3620  - Server-Side Web Architecture
   •  CS 3630  - Rich Internet Application Development
   •  CS 3645  - Advanced User Interface Design
   •  CS 3650  - Human-Computer Interaction
   •  CS 3705  - Protocol Analysis
 

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