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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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General Communications Courses

224-11100 Time Management   NLA

    Learn and practice processes for identifying personal and work goals, plan steps to achieve those goals, and prioritize tasks to take those steps. Learn to use day-planners as devices to control and monitor your time and activities and your progress toward your goals. Learn how to deal with clutter, paper, and deadlines. Examples are chosen from the field of communication. 1 credit. Block course. (IRR)

224-29200 Minicourses in Communications   NLA

    A series of short courses in specialized areas of communications that do not meet the College guidelines for liberal arts designation. Visiting lecturers and faculty of the school participate in areas of their expertise. May be repeated. Prerequisites: Vary depending on the topic; refer to Undergraduate Course Offerings each semester. 1-2 credits. Pass/fail. (IRR)

224-29300 Minicourses in Communications   LA

    A series of short courses in specialized areas of communications that meet the College guidelines for liberal arts designation. Visiting lecturers and faculty of the school participate in areas of their expertise. May be repeated. Prerequisites: Vary depending on the topic; refer to Undergraduate Course Offerings each semester. 1-2 credits. Pass/fail. (IRR)

224-32600 Media Industries   NLA

    Introductory overview of media and media-related industries (film, television, radio, corporate communications, sound recording, journalism, advertising, and public relations) with an emphasis placed on the interrelationship between the corporate and economic structures of the Hollywood system and media production. The course combines lectures, classroom exercises, and panel discussions with creative and corporate professionals currently working in the industry. Prerequisites: Junior standing. 1 credit. (Offered in Los Angeles F-S)

224-41200 Selected Topics   LA

    Exploration and analysis of a specific area of communication. Topics vary based on student demand and on faculty expertise and research interest -- consult the department. Course content and pedagogical methods meet College guidelines for liberal arts designation. May be repeated once. Not a production course. Total number of credits in any combination of 221-41200, 221-41210, 224-41200, 224-41210, 225-39000, and 225-39010 may not exceed 6. Prerequisites: Junior standing; others vary depending on the topic; refer to Undergraduate Course Offerings each semester. 3 credits. (IRR)

224-41210 Selected Topics   NLA

    Exploration and analysis of a specific area of communication. Topics vary based on student demand and on faculty expertise and research interest -- consult the department. Course content and pedagogical methods do not meet the College guidelines for liberal arts designation. May be repeated once. Not a production course. Total number of credits in any combination of 221-41200, 221-41210, 224-41200, 224-41210, 225-39000, and 225-39010 may not exceed 6. Prerequisites: Junior standing; others vary depending on the topic; refer to Undergraduate Course Offerings each semester. 3 credits. (IRR)

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