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COM CO 101: The World of Communication: The Human Storyteller
Undergraduate Corequisites: Students must have taken or be taking CAS WR120 or equivalent while taking COM CO101.
Introduces students to many fundamental principles of communication. Students also learn about the intertwined nature of communication professions as they explore the major fields of study in communication. Guest lectures from various industries inform students of potential future career paths. Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Social Inquiry I, Digital/Multimedia Expression.
COM CO 106: Public Speaking and Social Media Communication
We will examine construction methodologies and best practices regarding verbal and visual aspects of in-person and virtual presentations, investigate timely digital tenets of modern careers including developing your online footprint, ethical/legal guidelines, and transferring online success to offline outcomes. Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Digital/Multimedia Expression, Oral and/or Signed Communication.
COM CO 201: Introduction to Communication Writing
Undergraduate Prerequisites: First Year Writing Seminar (e.g., WR 100 or WR 120)
The College of Communication's core undergraduate writing course. Students refresh their grammatical and stylistic skills and apply those skills to professional writing assignments. Prepares students to write with clarity, conciseness, precision, and accuracy for the communication fields. Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Writing-Intensive Course, Oral and/or Signed Communication, Research and Information Literacy. (Students on the Hub cannot take WR100 as a pre-requisite.)
COM CO 500: Directed Study
COM CO 520: COM Co-Op
COM CO 575: COM Prof Exp
COM CO 704: Teaching Techniques
Required for and open only to COM CO 101 graduate teaching assistants. Designed to acquaint teaching assistants with strategies for effective teaching and equip them with techniques for conducting the basic undergraduate communication course. Students increase their proficiency in leading discussion sections, appraising student progress, and handling problem situations.