The A to Z of Undergraduate Courses

Now that I’ve highlighted our programs, I figured it would be helpful to follow-up with a dynamic list of all School of Communication undergraduate courses (based on the 2012-2013 Hofstra University Bulletin):

Journalism (JRNL)
•  JRNL 001 – Media Ethics
•  JRNL 010 – Journalism Tools
•  JRNL 011 – News Writing and Reporting
•  JRNL 013 – Advanced News Writing and Reporting
•  JRNL 014 – Multimedia Journalism Video
•  JRNL 015 – Broadcast News Writing and Reporting
•  JRNL 016 – TV News Reporting and Production
•  JRNL 017 – Advanced TV Reporting and Production
•  JRNL 020 – Survey of News Issues
•  JRNL 021 – Critical View of Broadcast Media
•  JRNL 025 – Radio Reporting and Production
•  JRNL 026 – Radio Feature Reporting and Production
•  JRNL 027 – Radio Magazine Production
•  JRNL 031 – Sports Writing
•  JRNL 041 – Photojournalism
•  JRNL 050 – Feature and Magazine Writing
•  JRNL 053 – Copy Editing
•  JRNL 054 – Magazine Production
•  JRNL 055 – Basic Layout and Design for Journalists
•  JRNL 056 – Desktop Publishing
•  JRNL 057 – Web and Publication Design for Journalists
•  JRNL 058 – Editorial and Review Writing
•  JRNL 059 – Information Graphics
•  JRNL 071 – Health, Science and Environmental Reporting
•  JRNL 072 – Investigative and Depth Reporting
•  JRNL 074 – Television Sports Reporting and Producing
•  JRNL 075 – News Producing and Management
•  JRNL 076 – Advanced Broadcast Journalism
•  JRNL 080 – Online Journalism
•  JRNL 150 – Independent Study/Readings in Journalism
•  JRNL 151 – Independent Study/Readings in Journalism
•  JRNL 170 – Internships
•  JRNL 171 – Internships
•  JRNL 180 to 189 A-Z – Special Topics
•  JRNL 199 – Departmental Honors

Mass Media Studies (MASS)
•  MASS 001 – Mass Media: History and Development
•  MASS 011 – Mass Communications in Contemporary Society
•  MASS 012 – Media Literacy: Criticism and Analysis
•  MASS 015 – Theories of Media
•  MASS 020 – Survey of News Issues
•  MASS 101 – Understanding Global Media and News Systems
•  MASS 104 – Media and the Law
•  MASS 109 – The Mass Media, Politics and Policy Making
•  MASS 110 – Media and Urban and Suburban Communication
•  MASS 112 – Surveying Public Opinion: Introduction to Public Opinion Research
•  MASS 115 – Celebrity, Culture and Media
•  MASS 120 – Research in Mass Media Studies
•  MASS 125 – Media and Popular Culture
•  MASS 128 – Privacy and Public Life in a Media Age
•  MASS 130 – Media Technologies and Public Policy
•  MASS 150 – Independent Study/Readings in Mass Media Studies
•  MASS 151 – Independent Study/Readings in Mass Media Studies
•  MASS 170 – Internships
•  MASS 171 – Internships
•  MASS 180 to 189 A-Z – Special Topics
•  MASS 199 – Departmental Honors

Public Relations (PR)
•  PR 100 – Fundamentals of Public Relations
•  PR 101 – Public Relations Research Methods and Case Studies
•  PR 102 – Public Relations Research Methods and Assessment
•  PR 103 – Copywriting
•  PR 104 – Public Relations Case Studies
•  PR 105 – Media Relations
•  PR 106 – Public Relations Tools
•  PR 107 – Public Relations Campaigns
•  PR 150 – Independent Study
•  PR 151 – Independent Study
•  PR 170 – Public Relations Internships
•  PR 171 – Public Relations Internships
•  PR 180 to 189 A-Z – Special Topics
•  PR 199 – Departmental Honors

Radio, Television, Film (RTVF)
•  RTVF 001 – Sound and Image Aesthetics
•  RTVF 010 – (AA) Introduction to Film and Television Study
•  RTVF 011 – History and Theory of Audio and Radio
•  RTVF 014 – Media Production Practicum
•  RTVF 015 – Survey of Electronic Media
•  RTVF 016 – Television Aesthetics and Criticism
•  RTVF 021 – Fundamentals of Radio Production
•  RTVF 023 – Radio Reporting and Production
•  RTVF 024 – Introduction to Television: Multi-camera Production
•  RTVF 025 – Introduction to Digital Media
•  RTVF 026 – Introduction to Television: Field Production and Editing
•  RTVF 027 – Introductory Film Production
•  RTVF 034 – Foundations of Television and Web TV Writing
•  RTVF 040 – Fundamentals of Television Production
•  RTVF 041 – Radio Feature Reporting and Production
•  RTVF 042 – Radio Magazine Production
•  RTVF 043 – Radio Station Imaging and Production
•  RTVF 044 – Advanced Television Technologies
•  RTVF 047 – Intermediate Film Production
•  RTVF 060 – Documentary Film and Video Production
•  RTVF 061 A-Z – Radio Production Practicum
•  RTVF 064 – Intermediate Television Production
•  RTVF 065 – Television Production Practicum
•  RTVF 066 – Television Lighting
•  RTVF 074 – The Television Producer
•  RTVF 080 – Experimental Film and Video Production
•  RTVF 084 – Advanced Single Camera Production
•  RTVF 085 – Television Sports Reporting and Producing
•  RTVF 090 – Acting for the Camera
•  RTVF 091 – Radio Announcing
•  RTVF 094 – Television Performing
•  RTVF 100 – Principles of Digital Editing
•  RTVF 104 – Television Graphics
•  RTVF 106 – Advanced Television: Post-Production
•  RTVF 107 – Cinematography and Lighting for Film
•  RTVF 110 – Introduction to Screenwriting
•  RTVF 111 – Writing for Radio
•  RTVF 114 – Advanced Television Writing: The Sitcom
•  RTVF 118 – Advanced Screenwriting I
•  RTVF 119 – Advanced Screenwriting II
•  RTVF 120 – Sound Design for Film
•  RTVF 129 – Script Analysis
•  RTVF 131 – Contemporary Issues in Radio Broadcasting
•  RTVF 134 – The Television Industry
•  RTVF 137A – Film History
•  RTVF 137B – Film History
•  RTVF 138 – Film Adaptation
•  RTVF 139 – Film Theory
•  RTVF 144 – Television Directing
•  RTVF 145 – Advanced Television: Media Action Projects Hofstra (MAP Hofstra)
•  RTVF 147 – Directing for the Screen
•  RTVF 148 – Producing the Motion Picture
•  RTVF 149 – The Art of Film Editing
•  RTVF 150 – Independent Studies/Readings
•  RTVF 151 – Independent Studies/Readings
•  RTVF 152 – The Radio Industry
•  RTVF 157 – Film Genres
•  RTVF 158 – Film Authorship
•  RTVF 161 – Advanced Audio Production
•  RTVF 164 – Advanced Television Production I
•  RTVF 165 – Advanced Television Production II
•  RTVF 167 – Advanced Film Production
•  RTVF 168A – Senior Film Projects I
•  RTVF 168B – Senior Film Projects II
•  RTVF 170 – Internship Program
•  RTVF 174 – Advanced Video/Television Internship
•  RTVF 177 – Documentary Film
•  RTVF 178 – Film Studies Thesis
•  RTVF 180 to 189A-Z – Special Topics
•  RTVF 199 – Departmental Honors

Speech Communication and Rhetorical Studies (SPCM)
•  SPCM 001 – (CP) Oral Communication
•  SPCM 004 – Interpersonal Communication
•  SPCM 005 – Histories and Theories of Rhetoric
•  SPCM 007 – (CP) Public Speaking
•  SPCM 009 – Introduction to Performance Studies
•  SPCM 011 – Voice and Diction
•  SPCM 024 – Readers Theatre
•  SPCM 033 – Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction
•  SPCM 043 – Fundamentals of Organizational Communication
•  SPCM 053 – Histories and Theories of Gender and Intercultural Communication
•  SPCM 055 – Intercultural Communication
•  SPCM 057 – Gender and Communication
•  SPCM 059 – Rhetoric and Popular Culture
•  SPCM 077 – Speechwriting
•  SPCM 078 – Persuasion
•  SPCM 107 – Argumentation and Debate
•  SPCM 117 – Advanced Public Speaking
•  SPCM 119 – Small Group Communication
•  SPCM 121 – Advanced Performance Studies
•  SPCM 124 – Communication, Culture, Healing
•  SPCM 125 – Dramatic Activities in Educational and Therapeutic Settings
•  SPCM 126 – Performance Art: Theory and Practice
•  SPCM 127 – Puppetry in Performance
•  SPCM 128 – American Public Address: The Rhetoric of Conflict and Controversy
•  SPCM 129 – Performing History
•  SPCM 138 – Social Protest: Rhetoric and Performance
•  SPCM 139 – Political Communication
•  SPCM 147 – Intercollegiate Forensics
•  SPCM 150 – Independent Study/Readings
•  SPCM 151 – Independent Study/Readings
•  SPCM 170 – Speech Communication and Rhetorical Studies Internship
•  SPCM 171 – Speech Communication and Rhetorical Studies Internship
•  SPCM 180 to 189 A-Z – Special Topics in Speech Communication and Rhetorical Studies
•  SPCM 181 A-Z – Special Topics in Speech Communication and Rhetorical Studies
•  SPCM 187 A-Z – Special Topics in Speech Communication and Rhetorical Studies
•  SPCM 189 A-Z – Special Topics in Speech Communication and Rhetorical Studies
•  SPCM 197 – Senior Seminar
•  SPCM 198 – Departmental Seminar
•  SPCM 199 – Departmental Honors