Southeastern COmmunication REview
SCORE: Newsletter for Southeastern Louisiana University communication majors
Vol. 2, No. 48 — Thursday, April 12, 2018
NOCA Feature Story of the Day:
New Concentrations for the Communication Degree
By Sarah Cooper
Reports of changes to the Communication curriculum catalog have been a cause of concern for some students. Change can be intimidating in any situation, but these changes are simple and can possibly work in your favor. To begin, the changes will only affect students in the 2018-2019 catalog year. All incoming Communication majors will adhere to this plan starting in the Fall semester. This can also affect any current student that voluntarily chooses to change their catalog year. Some of the main changes are the addition of a Standards of Communication Technology (Comm 155) and the division of Communication Theory and Research (Comm 391) into two separate classes, Communication Theory (Comm 392) and Research Methods (393). Areas of focus, or concentrations, will be implemented to ensure that students are taking pertinent classes that apply to their field of study. The four official concentrations are Organizational Communication and Speech, Public Relations, Broadcast Production and Multimedia Journalism, and General Communication.
Each concentration will have a predetermined list of classes from which a student can choose from. The Fine Arts and Statistics prerequisites have also been modified. Students will be required to take one fine art class instead of two and the Math 241 requirement can be substituted with Philosophy 201. The catalog changes have the potential to be extremely beneficial to students. These changes could especially be helpful for current freshmen and sophomores that are indecisive about what to concentrate in or are struggling with meeting prerequisite requirements. If you have any questions about the revisions or are interested in changing to the new catalog, visit D Vickers Room 223 to consult with one of the advisors to determine if this change is right for you.
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Editor of the Day: Julia Ernest
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