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|COMM 3306 - International Communication Abroad|
Applies communication theory and practice to a wide range of documents, artifacts, museums, and landmarks. Available to students participating in a Dialogue of Civilizations sponsored by the Department of Communication Studies. Content is adapted by the faculty depending on the location of the class. For example, students may study the classical foundations of communication and contemporary political discourse in Athens or British history and documentary film production in London. Often includes meetings with foreign professors, government officials, community organizers, and local artists that have shaped their own country in unique and innovative ways. May be repeated without limit.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Off-campus instruction
Communication Studies Department
Faculty Led Study Abroad