Course Descriptions

The School of Professional Communication offers a wide array of courses ranging in topic from introductory written and oral communication to more specialized themes such as corporate, intercultural, interpersonal, and visual communication.  Our courses give students an essential education that will enhance their communication proficiency in an increasingly communication-driven workplace.

CMN 200 - The Craft of Professional Writing
CMN 210 - Text, Image and Sound
CMN 211 - Language and Power
CMN 215 - Messages, Modalities and Media
CMN 216 - Communication Revolutions
CMN 222 - Digital Discourse and Design
CMN 225 - Communication in Place
CMN 269 - Countercultural Communication
CMN 279 - Introduction to Professional Communication
CMN 288 - Promotional Comm and Social Media
CMN 305 - Strategic Public Relations in Prof Comm
CMN 306 - Risk and Crisis Communication
CMN 313 - Organizational Problem Solving and Report Writing
CMN 314 - Professional Presentations
CMN 315 - Issues in Communication and the Contemporary Workplace
CMN 316 - Questioning Numbers
CMN 317 - Governance in the Information Society
CMN 321 - Technical Comm as Knowledge Translation
CMN 323 - Introduction to Professional Practice
CMN 324 - Strategic Storytelling in Industry
CMN 325 - Communication and the Digital Enterprise
CMN 376 - ProCom Internship
CMN 402 - Theorizing Communication
CMN 406 - Communication in an Indigenous Context
CMN 408 - Proposal and Grant Writing
CMN 413 - Corporate Communications
CMN 414 - Interpersonal Communication in Management
CMN 443 - Contemporary Intercultural Communication
CMN 447 - Communication and Law
CMN 448 - Introduction to Visual Communication
CMN 450 - Participatory Media and Communication
CMN 480 - Research Methods in ProCom I
CMN 490 - Research Methods in ProCom II
CMN 600 - Science, Communication and Society