Course #: COMM 100
Class #: 12483
This course is designed to provide an introductory survey of the study of communication. The course begins with a general history of the evolution of human communication, and goes on to examine such areas as definitions, models, and basic concepts in communication; the range of verbal and non-verbal codes, and their complex interrelations in the message systems of modern electronic media; and various communication contexts, with emphasis on the structure and function of interpersonal communication and mass communication, particularly broadcast and cable television.
1/25/2021 - 5/12/2021
Richard Raben (PI)
Permission is required to register for this course after it has met once.
* Tuition estimate is based on minimum, single-course cost to a new student who is not enrolled in a multi-course program. State residency, online/in person modality, and matriculation to a degree program may affect cost.