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Course Rotations

*Rotations are contingent on availability of faculty

Communication Studies

Following is the course rotation for the Armstrong Campus

This course rotation is tentative and is dependent on the availability of faculty. 
 
The following courses will be offered Fall 2020:
COMM 1110: Human Communication
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
COMS 3030: Professional Communication Skills – Special Topics Course
COMS 3332: Small Group Communication
COMS 4333: General Semantics
COMS 5333: Communication and Gender
COMS 5333G: Communication and Gender
COMS 7300: Professional Communication Presentation Skills
The following courses will be offered Spring 2021:
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
COMM 2332: Media & Society
COMM 5333: Theories of Mass Communication
COMS 3334: Communicating in the Workplace
COMS 4337: Rhetoric of Social Movements
COMS 5332: Nonverbal Communication
COMS 5332G: Nonverbal Communication
COMM 7500 Interracial Communication
The following courses will be offered Fall 2021:
COMM 1100: Human Communication
COMM 1100: Public Speaking
COMS 3337: Persuasion
COMS 5330: Communication Theory
COMS 5331: Communication & Conflict
COMS 5335: Family Communication
COMS 5330G: Communication Theory
COMS 5331G: Communication & Conflict
COMS 5335G: Family Communication
The following courses will be offered Spring 2022:
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
COMM 2332: Media & Society
COMM 3337: Mass Communication Law
COMS 2330: Introduction to Communication Research
COMS 3030: African American Communication – Special Topics Course
COMS 3335: Interpersonal Communication
COMS 3338: Rhetorical Criticism
COMS 7200: Organizational Communication
COMS 7500: Selected Topics – Interracial Communication

Following is the course rotation for the Statesboro Campus

This course rotation is tentative and is dependent on the availability of faculty. 
 
The following courses will be offered Fall 2021, 2023, 2025:
COMM 1100: Human Communication
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
COMM 3331: Media Criticism
COMS 2330: Introduction to Communication Research
COMS 3332: Small Group Communication
COMS 3335: Interpersonal Communication
COMS 3336: Introduction to Performance Studies
COMS 3337: Persuasion
COMS 3338: Rhetorical Criticism
COMS 4333: General Semantics
COMS 4337: Rhetoric of Social Movements
COMS 4338: Organizational Communication
COMS 5330: Communication Theory
COMS 5330G: Communication Theory
COMS 5335: Family Communication
COMS 5335G: Family Communication
COMS 7200: Organizational Communication in Diverse Contexts
The following courses will be offered Spring 2022, 2024, 2026:
COMM 1100: Human Communication
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
COMS 2330: Introduction to Communication Research
COMS 3332: Small Group Communication
COMS 3334: Communication in the Workplace
COMS 3335: Interpersonal Communication
COMS 3337: Persuasion
COMS 3338: Rhetorical Criticism
COMS 3339: Intercultural Communication
COMS 4330: Rhetoric of International Relations
COMS 4333: General Semantics
COMS 5330: Communication Theory
COMS 5330G: Communication Theory
COMS 5331: Communication & Conflict
COMS 5331G: Communication & Conflict
COMS 5332: Nonverbal Communication
COMS 5332G: Nonverbal Communication
COMM 7150: Communication & Leadership in the Public Arena
COMM 7300: Applied Crisis Communication Theory
The following courses will be offered Fall 2022, 2024, 2026:
COMM 1100: Human Communication
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
COMM 4331 Gender, Media, Representation
COMM 4332: Contemporary Communication Application
COMS 2330: Introduction to Communication Research
COMS 3331: Argumentation
COMS 3332: Small Group Communication
COMS 3335: Interpersonal Communication
COMS 3337: Persuasion
COMS 3338: Rhetorical Criticism
COMS 3430: Communication & Leadership
COMS 4332: Political Communication (offered in 2024)
COMS 4333: General Semantics
COMS 5330: Communication Theory
COMS 5330G: Communication Theory
COMS 7400 Communication Training & Development
The following courses will be offered Spring 2022, 2024, 2026:
COMM 1100: Human Communication
COMM 1110: Public Speaking
COMS 2330: Introduction to Communication Research
COMS 3330: Health Communication
COMS 3332: Small Group Communication
COMS 3335: Interpersonal Communication
COMS 3337: Persuasion
COMS 3338: Rhetorical Criticism
COMS 4333: General Semantics
COMS 4336: Performance, Culture, Communication
COMS 4339: Philosophy of Communication
COMS 5330: Communication Theory
COMS 5330G: Communication Theory
COMS 5333: Communication & Gender
COMS 5333G: Communication & Gender
COMS 5334: Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace
COMS 5334 Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace
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Film

This course rotation is tentative and is dependent on the availability of faculty. 
 
The following course is offered in fall semesters:
FILM 2200: Introduction to Cinema Studies
The following courses are offered in alternate fall semesters:
FILM 3332: Documentary Film
OR
FILM 3333: Film Genres
The following course is offered in spring semesters:
FILM 3331: History of Cinema
The following courses are offered in alternate spring semesters:
FILM 3490: TV Theory & Criticism
OR
FILM 3030: Selected Topics (such as women in film, gangster film)
OR 
FILM 5020: Film Theory & Criticism
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Multimedia Journalism

This course rotation is tentative and is dependent on the availability of faculty. 
 
The following courses are typically offered both fall and spring semesters each year:
MMJ 2332: Intro to Journalism
MMJ 3330: News Reporting & Writing I
MMJ 3331: News Reporting & Writing II
MMJ 3631: Fundamentals of Multimedia Journalism
MMJ 3711/4711: Multimedia Journalism Practicum
MMJ 4339: Public Affairs Reporting
MMJ 4791: Multimedia Journalism Internship
The following courses are typically offered each spring semester:
MMJ 3333: Photojournalism
MMJ 3335: Copy Editing
The following courses are typically offered each fall semester:
MMJ 3332: Feature Writing
MMJ 3334: Audio Production for Journalists
The following courses are typically offered once every other year in the spring:
MMJ 4333: Opinion Journalism
OR
MMJ 4334: Magazine Writing & Editing
MMJ 4332: Sports Journalism
OR
MMJ 4337: STEM Journalism
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Multimedia Film & Production

This course rotation is tentative and is dependent on the availability of faculty. 
 
The following courses will be offered in the fall semesters:
MMFP 2331: Multi-Camera Production
MMFP 2335: Introduction to Media Writing
MMFP 2336: Audio Production & Sound Design
MMFP 3132: Studio Production
MMFP 3331: Single Camera Production
MMFP 3335: Lighting & Cinematography
MMFP 3437: Digital Media Post-Production
MMFP 3532: Producing & Production Management
MMFP 4132: Studio Applications
MMFP 4233: Narrative Film Production
MMFP 4332 Senior Project
The following courses will be offered in alternate years in the fall semester:
MMFP 3234: Directing for the Screen
OR 
MMFP 3436: Advanced Audio Production
The following courses will be offered in the spring semesters:
MMFP 2331: Multi-Camera Production
MMFP 2335: Introduction to Media Writing
MMFP 2336: Audio Production & Sound Design
MMFP 3132: Studio Production
MMFP 3331: Single Camera Production
MMFP 3531: Screenwriting for Film & Television
MMFP 3532: Producing & Production Management
MMFP 4331: Sports Production
MMFP 4335: Documentary Writing & Production
MMFP 4432: Senior Project
MMFP 4791: MMFP Internship
The following courses will be offered in alternate years in the spring semester:
MMFP 3333: Sports Broadcasting
OR
MMFP 3431: Broadcast Performance
MMFP 3335: Lighting & Cinematography
OR
MMFP 3437: Digital Media Post-Production
The following courses will be offered in the summer:
MMFP 2335: Introduction to Media Writing
MMFP 3532: Producing & Production Management
MMFP 4131: Television Pilot (long term)
MMFP 4791: MMFP Internship
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Public Relations

This course rotation is tentative and is dependent on the availability of faculty. 
 
The following courses are typically offered both fall and spring semesters each year:
PRCA 3100: Introduction to Public Relations
PRCA 3330: Public Relations Writing
PRCA 3339: Public Relations Publications
PRCA 3711: Public Relations Practicum
PRCA 4330: Public Relations Research
PRCA 4339: Public Relations Campaign Strategies
PRCA 4711: Public Relations Practicum
PRCA 4791: Public Relations Internship
The following courses are typically offered every fall semester:
PRCA 3331: Corporate Public Relations
PRCA 4332: Public Relations Crisis Communication
The following courses are typically offered every other fall semester:
PRCA/INTS 3333: International Public Relations (odd years)
PRCA 3335: Non-Profit Public Relations (odd years)
PRCA 4331: Public Relations Firms (even years)
The following courses are typically offered each spring semester:
PRCA 3332: Public Relations Event Management
PRCA 3334: Social Media & Public Relations
PRCA 4335: Senior Seminar
The following courses are typically offered every other spring semester:
Health Promotion (even years)
The following courses are typically offered during the summer:
PRCA 3100: Introduction to Public Relations
PRCA 3330: Public Relations Writing
PRCA 4791: Public Relations Internship
An Upper Division Public Relations Elective
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Theatre

Following is the course rotation for the Armstrong Campus

This course rotation is tentative and is dependent on the availability of faculty. 
 
The following courses will be offered Spring 2021:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Theatre Practicum
THEA 3234: Acting for the Screen
THEA 3332: African American Theatre
THEA 3337: Directing
THEA 3711: Practicum: Professional Development
THEA 4330: Theatre History I
THEA 4335: Scene Design
The following courses will be offered Fall 2021:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2330: Script Analysis
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3131: Stage Makeup
THEA 3200: Stage Design Concepts
THEA 3233: Audition & Business
THEA 4711: Practicum
The following courses will be offered Spring 2022:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3030: Sound Design
THEA 3230: Voice for the Stage
THEA 3231: Movement for the Actor
THEA 4331: Theatre History II
THEA 4336: Light Design
THEA 4711: Practicum
The following courses will be offered Fall 2022:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2300: Script Analysis
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3200: Stage Design Concepts
THEA 3330: Scene Study
THEA 3332: African American Theatre
THEA 3850: Problems in Design
THEA 4330: Theatre History I
The following courses will be offered Spring 2023:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3336: Theatre Management
THEA 3337: Play Directing
THEA 3711: Practicum
THEA 4330: Theatre History I
THEA 4333: Acting Styles
THEA 4335: Scene Design

Following is the course rotation for the Statesboro Campus

This course rotation is tentative and is dependent on the availability of faculty. 
 
The following courses will be offered Fall 2020:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2330: Script Analysis
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3234: Acting for the Screen I
THEA 3333: Irish Theatre
THEA 3337: Directing
THEA 3711: Practicum
THEA 4711: Practicum
The following courses will be offered Spring 2021:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 3131: Makeup
THEA 3230: Voice for the Stage
THEA 3233: Audition
THEA 3330: Scene Study
THEA 3711: Practicum
THEA 4330: Theatre History I
THEA 4336: Lighting Design
THEA 4711: Practicum
The following courses will be offered Fall 2021:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2330: Script Analysis
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3200: Scene Design Concepts
THEA 3231: Movement for the Actor
THEA 3337: Directing
THEA 3711: Practicum
THEA 4333: Acting Styles
THEA 4337: Costume Design
THEA 4711: Practicum
The following courses will be offered Spring 2022:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3131: Makeup
THEA 3230: Voice for the Stage
THEA 3711: Practicum
THEA 4330: Theatre History II
THEA 4335: Scene Design
THEA 4711: Practicum
THEA 5530: Playwriting
The following courses will be offered Fall 2022:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2330: Script Analysis
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3234: Acting for the Screen I
THEA 3333: Irish Theatre
THEA 3336: Theatre Management
THEA 3337: Directing
THEA 4711: Practicum
The following courses will be offered Spring 2023:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3131: Makeup
THEA 3230: Voice for the Stage
THEA 3233: Audition
THEA 3330: Scene Study
THEA 3711: Practicum
THEA 4330: Theatre History I
THEA 4336: Lighting Design
The following courses will be offered Fall 2023:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2300: Script Analysis
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3200: Scene Design Concepts
THEA 3231: Movement for the Actor
THEA 3337: Directing
THEA 4333: Acting Styles
THEA 4337: Costume Design
THEA 4338: World Theatre/Japanese Theatre
THEA 4711: Practicum
The following courses will be offered Spring 2024:
THEA 1100: Theatre Appreciation
THEA 2332: Stagecraft
THEA 2333: Fundamentals of Acting
THEA 2711: Practicum
THEA 3131: Makeup
THEA 3230: Voice for the Stage
THEA 3711: Practicum
THEA 4330: Theatre History II
THEA 4332: Children’s Theatre & Storytelling
THEA 4335: Scene Design
THEA 4338: World Theatre-Russian
THEA 5530: Playwriting
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Professional Communication & Leadership

This course rotation is tentative and is dependent on the availability of faculty. 
 
The following courses will be offered in the fall:
COMM 7100: PCL Research
COMM/LEAD 7700: PCL Internship
COMM/LEAD 7900: Comprehensive Project or Thesis
WRIT 7100: Professional Communication Strategies
WRIT 5540G: Plain Language in Workplace Writing
The following courses will be offered in the spring:
COMM 7150: Communication and Leadership
COMM/LEAD 7700: PCL Internship
COMM/LEAD 7900: Comprehensive Project or Thesis
COMS 7200: Organizational Communication in Diverse Context
The following courses will be offered in the summer: 
COMM/LEAD 7700: PCL Internship
COMM/LEAD 7900: Comprehensive Project or Thesis
WRIT 5540G: Plain Language in Workplace Writing
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Last updated: 1/11/2021