All of the following courses (12 credit hours)–

200. INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (3 cr.)
220. AMERICAN ELECTRONIC MEDIA (3 cr.)
245. ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE (3 cr.)
Prerequisite: CO 100.
495. SENIOR CAPSTONE IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES (3 cr.)

All of the following courses (9 credit hours)–

315. INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION (IMC) (3 cr.)
407. CREATING FOR INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION (3 cr.) Prerequisite: CO 315.
417. INTEGRATED MARKETING CAMPAIGNS (3 cr.) Prerequisite: CO 315 and CO 407.

Three of the following courses (9 credit hours)—

201. INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION RESEARCH (3 cr.)
399. SEMINAR/SPECIAL TOPICS INCOMMUNICATION (1-3 cr.)  *Must be appropriate for track; consult advisor.
415. BRANDING (3 cr.)
440. EVENT PLANNING (Required: CO315) (3 cr.)
497. INTERNSHIP (3, 6 cr.)

One of the following courses (3 credit hours)–
300. SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATIONS (3 cr.)
305. INTERVIEWING PRINCIPLES (3 cr.)
400. ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION (3 cr.)
441. RHETORICAL THEORY AND CRITICISM (3 cr.) Prerequisites:  EN 103 and EN 111, OR EN 111 and EN 112, OR EN 114 and EN 116.

One of the following courses (3 credit hours)–
225. JOURNALISM (3 cr.)
321. MINORITIES, STEREOTYPES, AND THE MEDIA (3 cr.)
322. WOMEN IN MASS MEDIA (3 cr.)
323. MEDIA SALES AND MARKETING (3 cr.)

One of the following courses (3 credit hours)–
286. MEDIA LITERACY (3 cr.)
446. PERSUASIVE COMMUNICATION THEORY (3 cr.)
465. MEDIA ETHICS (3 cr.)

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