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Fall 2019 Courses in CMST

Posted by on Friday, March 15, 2019 in Course Offerings.

Below are the courses offered in CMST for Fall 2019. For more information, log into YES and search “cmst” in “class search.”

For details on how these courses relate to parts of the CMST major, click here.

CMST 1002: Introduction to Communication Studies-01
TR, 11:00a – 12:15p
Travers, Courtney C.

CMST 1002: Introduction to Communication Studies-02
MWF, 10:10a – 11:00a
Stob, Paul H.

CMST 1500: Fundamentals of Public Speaking-01
MWF, 10:10a – 11:00a
Wood, Dustin A.

CMST 1500: Fundamentals of Public Speaking-02
TR, 02:35p – 03:50p
Sandoz, M L

CMST 1500: Fundamentals of Public Speaking-03
TR, 01:10p – 02:25p
Koch, John P.

CMST 1500: Fundamentals of Public Speaking-04
MWF, 01:10p – 02:00p
Wood, Dustin A.

CMST 1500: Fundamentals of Public Speaking-05
TR, 09:35a – 10:50a
Butt, Neil S.

CMST 1500: Fundamentals of Public Speaking-06
TR, 11:00a – 12:15p
Butt, Neil S.

CMST 2110: Persuasion
TR, 02:35p – 03:50p
Travers, Courtney C.

CMST 2120: Business Communication
MWF, 12:10p – 01:00p
Wood, Dustin A.

CMST 2800: Rhetoric and Civic Life
MWF, 12:10p – 01:00p
West, Isaac N.

CMST 2950: Rhetoric of Mass Media
TR, 09:35a – 10:50a
Kim, Bohyeong

CMST 3001: Rhetoric of the American Experience, 1865 to 1945
MWF, 11:10a – 12:00p
Stob, Paul H.

CMST 3110: Women, Rhetoric, and Social Change
MWF, 02:10p – 03:00p
Dow, Bonnie J.

CMST 3200: Social Media and Everyday Life
TR, 01:10p – 02:25p
Kim, Bohyeong

CMST 3600: The Rhetorical Tradition
MWF, 01:10p – 02:00p
West, Isaac N.

CMST 3800: Communication and Media Studio
W, 03:10p – 06:00p
Engineering & Science Building 302
King, Claire S.

CMST 3890: Selected Topics in Communication Studies – Debate as Community Engagement
TR, 04:00p – 05:15p
Sandoz, M L
Note: This course will examine theory and practices for establishing and maintaining educational debate programs in the community. Students will receive classroom training and also participate in local debate leagues as coaches, tournament directors, and league administrators. The class will work closely with civic groups such as Free Speech the Movement: Nashville Elementary and Middle School Debate Consortium (FStM) and the Nashville Urban Debate League (NUDL).