Ithaca College

Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies

Culture and Communication Courses

CLTC-10000 Introduction to Culture and Communication LA U

Introduction to the interdependent relationship between symbols, rituals, artifacts, and patterns of thought of cultural groups and the communication practices of those groups. Core concepts are demonstrated through an illustrative case focused on a social issue, problem, or other phenomenon. Students are also introduced to resources and basic skills that enhance study in the liberal arts. 3 credits. (F,S)

CLTC-48000 Senior Seminar in Culture and Communication LA U

In this capstone course in the culture and communication degree program, each student will undertake a major scholarly research project involving a topic related to her or his designated area of inquiry. Drawing on the skills and knowledge developed through previous course work, and with the mentoring of the seminar instructor, each student will execute a suitable research design and present the results both in writing and orally in a public forum. Prerequisites: Senior standing in culture and communication major; TVR-26200, CNPH-30000, CNPH-30100, OCLD-34000, or SPCM-32800. 3 credits. (S)