Prerequisites: COM 260 or COM 272Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Alternate Years. Mass Communication. 3 Credit Hours. Session Cycle: FallYearly Cycle: Annual. Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Annual. Prerequisites: COM 203 or COM 204Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Alternate Years. Bryant’s Commitment to an Inclusive Environment: Bryant University does not discriminate or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, parental status, marital status, age, disability, citizenship status, veteran status, genetic information, or any other classification protected by law in matters of admissions, employment, housing, or services or in the educational programs or activities it operates. 2019 - 2021. An important focus of the class is on examining some of the epistemological assumptions upon which various theoretical positions are based. The first will be to examine various theories and research about the codes and communicative functions of nonverbal behaviors. Department. This integrated marketing communication course is an overview of promotional activities and their effective integration in the communication endeavors of the firm. Specifically, students learn the communication skills that producers and reporters use when researching and writing news stories, conducting interviews, and delivering news live on the air or via the Internet. This course provides students with an introduction to the area of health communication, an area that is large and multifaceted. 3 Credit Hours. Jump To Ratings. Explain the process by which communication knowledge is generated and advanced. Session Cycle: SpringYearly Cycle: Alternate. COM 361. The focus will be on all forms of communication within the organization including small group, interpersonal, intercultural, and public. This course will focus on examining the intricate parts to the crisis/risk communication process, plan and implementation. Prerequisites: Honors ProgramSession Cycle: FallYearly Cycle: Annual. Furthermore, students will be introduced to various theories in communication as well as some of the common areas within the field (interpersonal, mass, health, intercultural, small group, etc.) Advanced Television. Topics range broadly from identifying and representing in writing an organization’s identity to more narrowly, techniques for optimizing content across a wide range of media. This course uses the Sociological Imagination as the lens through which to analyze of the content of television. Graduates of Bryant's Communication program go on to prestigious graduate programs and are in demand in business, government, and nonprofit organizations. Advanced writing and speaking skills now need to be complemented by computer literacy and an understanding of the mass media, as well as an appreciation for the complexities in human interaction. Event Planning. "Communication is a skill needed to excel in any path. While the topic may vary, the focus is a combination of theory-based reserch as well as real-world application that students can use in any field they choose to enter. Students will also discuss the impact of new technology such as HDTV and internet television. This course is also recommended for those who have an interest in journalism (both TV and print) or public relations for the non-profit sector. At least one special event will be completed with each client. Department Department of Communication. 3 Credit Hours. Increasingly, people with finely-tuned communication skills are in demand to direct that information. Building upon knowledge gained in Introduction to Health Communication, students will be presented with various theories and models that are used in the field as well as strategies and campaigns that are currently being enacted in society. Script to Screen. Session Cycle: FallYearly Cycle: Annual. Students will … The curriculum sequence emphasizes communication messages about efficiency, appropriateness, power, teamwork, and using communication in professional settings. Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Alternate Years. 115 likes. Login Sign Up. This separate chain of schools is currently called Bryant … Thus, storytelling is a powerful tool for more effective communication in any professional environment. Students will learn how communication is defined and how research in the field is performed and evaluated. This course is designed to introduce you to theoretical and applied issues in the study of social influence. Examples of course topics include: marital and family communication, lifespan communication, and the impact of mood and emotion on communication. 4. Bryant University is ranked No. How do the popular media portray gender and sexuality? COM 443. Session Cycle: FallYearly Cycle: Annual. Bryant University Zhuhai Campus; ... Sharmin Attaran. Public Speaking. Students take their basic writing skills and, with peer and instructor evaluation, shape and refine those skills through storytelling writing that will have vast implications for a variety of professional careers. 207-226 (with Jennifer Budinsky). This course will also focus on integrating developing technologies in the broadcast field utilized by the video journalist. COM 480. The department’s focus is on oral, written, and mediated communication skills that are essential in both professional and personal lives. This course provides students with the necessary tools for examining mass media content from a critical perspective. Studying communication at Bryant gives students an opportunity to analyze and evaluate various forms of communication while developing their own specific communication skills. 5 / 5. Bryant University Master of Arts Health Communication. COM 280. COM 260. 3 Credit Hours. This course is designed to help students learn how to communicate in public contexts. COM 367. The Department of Communication offers a diverse academic program with the common mission of fortifying the intellectual and social skills necessary for effective human communication. To help them better understand the communication literature, students will also be introduced to some basic statistical techniques used in the analysis of research data. The course emphasizes the interpersonal and ethical aspects of modern writing style and structure, with special attention to professional or career writing. We’ll examine exactly how everyone from the Producer to the Reporter to the Technical Crew directly impact the success or failure of a live broadcast. This class teaches the process of telling great stories in differing lengths and formats for diverse platforms. Classroom instruction is reinforced by hands-on experience, as students work in production groups to create network-style, multi-camera broadcasts of Bryant athletic events. 3 Credit Hours. By the end, students should be able to research, outline, and organize public messages that are informative, persuasive, and celebratory in nature; analyze an audience; understand how verbal and nonverbal components of delivery influence speaker credibility; develop strategies to reduce and manage fears about communicating in public contexts; create and use visual aids appropriate to the message; answer questions effectively and efficiently; and develop the ability to think critically and creatively. Prerequisites: COM 252Session Cycle: FallYearly Cycle: Alternate Years. Written Communication. Students in the Communication major will: Describe the process of interpersonal and mediated communication. We’ll look at key job elements of those responsible for controlling the components that must come together for a successful broadcast. 3 Credit Hours. This course examines the major theories used in the study of human communication and the primary theoretical perspectives assumed by contemporary communication researchers. Sports Media Production. Session Cycle: Fall, SpringYearly Cycle: Annual. First Recipient, “Since 1863 Faculty Award” for “Dedication and Commitment to Making Bryant a Better Place,” Bryant University, 2009. 3 Credit Hours. This will provide an understanding of the importance, persuasiveness, and effect of nonverbal communication, and the role it plays in the overall communication process. This course is designed to introduce students to major issues involved in the management, production, and distribution of the mass media. Covering a live sporting event is one of the most dynamic forms of video-mediated communication. COM 460. This course is cross-listed with LCS 230. Specific topics to be covered may include jealousy, deception, infidelity, gossip, unrequited love, sexual coercion, stalking, breakups, and codependent relationships. Students will accomplish these objectives by surveying theory and research in key areas of small group communication including cohesiveness, conflict, power, conformity and deviance, social influence, group roles and processes, group structures, leadership, and decision-making skills. Communication at Bryant / Communication As dedicated teachers, the department's faculty members work closely with students in collaborative research, by supervising internships, and advising about graduate school and careers. take very seriously and as such, the department cultivates the ability to think in creative and critical ways and to effectively communicate the results of that thinking. Topics include units of meaning, sentence structure, speech production, language in context, language in society, native and non-native language development, shades of meaning, conversational norms, language change over time, artificial language, and writing systems. COM 391. COM 380. Students who received credit for COM 203, Introduction to Communication cannot receive credit for COM 204. COM 390. This course focuses on two areas: field production and editing. The class will split into two teams responsible for a live weekly broadcast. Communication and Conflict Management in Intimate Relationships. How do we display and perpetuate gender through our use of language and nonverbal codes? The second way that the course will examine nonverbal communication is to experience actively how people use it, and discover what happens when nonverbal rules are violated. Jump To Ratings. This reality has changed the way communication is practiced at the corporate level. Activities and Societies: Communication Department Social Media Assistant Relevant Coursework: Communication … Prerequisites: COM 272 or COM 280 and junior standingSession Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Alternate Years. The Broadcast Journalism, Film, and Television specialization emphasizes the creation of film and television content. 3 Credit Hours. Small Group Communication. Department Highlight. Other topics include superior-subordinate communication, communication and leadership, and the role of communication in developing organizational identity. Also, students learn how to identify, shape and present the narrative (story) elements of public events as they unfold. Internships and volunteer opportunities will augment the course of study. COM 359. Additionally, strategies for compiling content to tell a compelling story of value and understanding the lifecycle of that content will be explored. 3 Credit Hours. Students will "read" advertisements, both broadcast and print, observe TV programming genres such as "reality TV" and news, study the effects of production values on film content, and deal with texts in other media such as the Internet, videogames, radio, magazines and newspapers. Effective communicators increasingly are in demand to direct the exchange of information that drives our diverse world. The PDF will include all information unique to this page. 3 Credit Hours. Susan Baran spent 20 years in television and radio broadcasting before she began teaching. Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Annual. Other topics include how to direct actors, maintain continuity, and use the soundtrack more creatively. 3 Credit Hours. This course is cross-listed with SOC 359. This allows us to think about a movie not just as an aesthetic object, but also as a consumer item molded in part by the shifting demands of the mass market. This course is cross-listed with LCS 450. Session Cycle: Fall, SpringYearly Cycle: Annual. Developing Relationships, Christopher Morse and Sandra Metts. It does so in two ways. Prerequisites: This course requires departmental permission on the basis of the agreed - upon plan of study. This course is designed to (a) give students a better understanding of the communicative practices that make a small group successful, and (b) provide students with the tools to diagnose and rectify potential obstacles to good group work. Honors The Process of Communication. Students also expand their knowledge of media aesthetics as they create real television programs, from initial concept to actual broadcast on Channel 68 (or other broadcast outlet). The course focuses on both the creation of social media and how it has changed the way we communicate in both our work and social lives. During the course of the semester, students will learn about available resources valuable to researchers in this and other related fields, and will explore a number of different research techniques (e.g., surveys, experiments, content analyses, etc.). Broadcast Journalism, Film, and Television. Department of Communication, Bryant University, Smithfield, RI, United States. The Dark Side of Human Communication. At the undergraduate level, we offer courses leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with optional specializations in Organizational Communication and Social Media, Public Relations and Event Planning, Strategic Healthcare Communication, and Broadcast Journalism, Film, and Television. 3 Credit Hours. This course provides an introduction to contemporary theory and intellectual traditions applied to the study of organizational communication, including the role of organizations in society and cultural practices. Susan R. Baran. COM 368. COM 242. 3 Credit Hours. 3 Credit Hours. This class investigates the role of writing in strategic business communication, from identification of a goal to measurement of success that, regardless of platform, builds, enhances, or maintains an organization’s identity or brand. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to research methods and concepts used in the field of communication. We will also consider the relationship between social structures, culture, structure and agency. COM 343. Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Alternate Years. COM 272. 3 Credit Hours. Special attention is given to the history of new media, how they change and interact with our everyday lives, and how they affect and change communication in everyday interactions. This specialization prepares students for a variety of careers in mass communication (news, sports, advertising, etc.) COM 275. As an honors course, this class takes a deeper, more detailed look at communication as a process and at a number of important concepts (areas of study) in the discipline. We offer a diverse academic program with the common mission of fortifying the intellectual and social skills necessary for effective human communication. Speakers and audiences live and interact in a multicultural society. Selected Publications "Children's Culture and the Environment in the Digital Age," Democratic Communique, 26:1, 2013, pp. In this seminar style course, students will study relevant research and theory and apply this research to real or hypothetical situations. Promoted to full professor in 2016, he also served as Graduate Director for the Communication Department’s Master’s and Certificate of Graduate Studies program. Course assignments are filmed in the television studio, but with an emphasis on the “nontechnical” aspects of electronic journalism. Students will examine the tools filmmakers employ to bring their works to the screen, including cinematography, production design, acting, editing, music, sound design, and narrative structure. 3 Credit Hours. 3 Credit Hours. Session Cycle: FallYearly Cycle: Annual. Media Literacy. COM 265. Morse became a member of the Bryant community as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication in 2008. Contact. Writing for Rich Media. The work will be performed under the supervision of a faculty member who will help design the program of study and the requirements to be met by the student. It is designed to provide an overview of contemporary mass media industries and trends, as well as an examination of the historical, economic, political, and cultural factors that have shaped their development. 3 Credit Hours. The protection and promotion of students from all backgrounds, cultures, and countries is something we as the Bryant Communication faculty, take very seriously and as such, the department cultivates the ability to think in creative and critical ways and to effectively communicate the results of that thinking. Faculty Suite H, Room 2211. subaran@bryant.edu. 3 Credit Hours. 3 Credit Hours. attributions, goals, power, tactics, etc. 6 Communication Internship. This class explores media literacy as an effective learning tool for teachers and parents, specifically as they attempt to strike a balance between traditional school curricula and the influences of a mediated, consumer culture. With a foundation in these assumptions, students should be able to grasp some unity in the midst of diversity. COM 202. Video Journalism. Prerequisites: COM 203 or COM 204 and MATH 201Session Cycle: Fall, SpringYearly Cycle: Annual. Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Communication; Communication Minor; Economics Department; English and Cultural Studies Department; History and Social Sciences Department; Mathematics Department; Modern Languages Department; Psychology Department; Science and Technology Department; College of Business About Kristen M. Berkos, Ph.D.: Kristen M. Berkos is the Director of Graduate Studies in Communication at Bryant University, where she is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication. COM 252. 3 Credit Hours. This course provides students with an in-depth look into the area of health communication and the specific context of health message design, health promotion, and health behavior change. ... Bryant University, 2013. The protection and promotion of students from all backgrounds, cultures, and countries is something we as the Bryant Communication faculty, take very seriously and as such, the department cultivates the ability to think in creative and critical ways and to effectively communicate the results of that thinking. Advanced Interpersonal. Global Communication. COM 353. This course provides an in-depth study of nonverbal communication, such as body language, eye contact, touch, vocalics, etc. COM 346. A genre approach to film study (one which takes the way we might categorize a film as its point of departure) provides the most effective means for understanding, analyzing, and appreciating cinema because it sees moviemaking as a dynamic process of exchange between the film industry and its audience. Learn more about our Communication program. 4.4 / 5. Interns work at least ten hours per week on the job, meet periodically with a supervising faculty member, do research related to the employment field, and prepare a report on the work experience and studies involved. Students engage in individually supervised work in communication and learn to apply communication skills, concepts, and theory to the work environment. COM 204. 3 Credit Hours. Our department offerings gives students an opportunity to study various functions and forms of communication while honing their own individual talents with the guidance of mentoring faculty. 3 Credit Hours. Prerequisites: COM 203 or COM 204 or COM 270Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Varies. Some of the general topics to be discussed include the following: determining methods for incorporating media literacy skills into the "kinderculture," exploring measurements for determining quality media content, examining paradigm shifts in media education over the past five or six decades, and parental media education. COM 345. Readings and discussions center on methods of conducting effective public relations and on legal and ethical issues. Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Varies. Once students learn to read, interpret and critically examine media texts, they will be able to apply those skills to various audiences. Students will be able to discuss the literacies, print and visual, and the societal importance of both on personal and cultural levels. Media’s contribution to effective communication—interpersonal and mass—falls along a continuum of rich to lean, employing criteria such as the presence of instant feedback, the use of multiple cues and natural language, and a medium’s personal focus. Students taking this course will learn about a variety of topics that provide the foundation for work in health and health communication. Prerequisites: COM 203 or COM 204 or COM 270Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Varies. Session Cycle: SpringYearly Cycle: Annual. This course gives students hands-on learning and experience creating broadcast and digital news content. 3 Credit Hours. MKT 371. While the main goal of the department is to provide a broad-based curriculum to serve as many constituents as possible, students can choose to specialize in a specific area within the field of communication. The Sociological Imagination: What We See When We Watch T.V.. 3 Credit Hours. Students in this course analyze and write various messages appropriate to a variety of communication settings and distribution platforms, traditional and digital. Writing for Social Media. COM 360. Session Cycle: Fall, SpringYearly Cycle: Annual. Introduction to Film Studies. The department’s focus is on oral, written, and mediated communication skills that are essential in both professional and personal lives. Students taking this course can expect to apply the knowledge they gain to various aspects of their personal and professional lives, engage in critical thinking skills, and become familiar with the many options and career choices that study in communication can provide. As such, contemporary digital media encourage the writing (and audience expectation) of rich content, stories that contain original text, borrowed text, links to enriching, explanatory, or historical material, embedded video and audio, and opportunities for instant, often synchronous feedback. This course focuses on developing and planning live or taped video segments including setting up interviews, capturing the story, writing the story, editing the story and promoting the story. Session Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Annual. In this way, they build a coherent approach to the discipline that reflects their own interests in the field. Login Sign Up. 5. The Organizational Communication and Social Media specialization is designed for students looking for a communication program tailored to working in an organizational settings such as a corporation, small business, or non-profit organization. Prerequisites: Sophomore standingSession Cycle: VariesYearly Cycle: Alternate Years. Much of today’s Internet writing—personal, professional, and commercial—takes place on social networking sites (SNS). Students can focus on a more general organizational communication specialization with courses such as Small Group Communication and Intercultural Communication or focus specifically on social media communication. The need to assess, understand and implement an effective communication strategy following a crisis or risk event is becoming increasingly important. Social Media Communication. Gender and Communication. COM 472. Students will be introduced to key concepts and issues in intercultural communication; and through the analysis of case studies of intercultural encounters within different settings in the U.S. and abroad, students will learn to understand the ways in which subtle connections between "culture" and "communication" are implicated in a broad range of interpersonal difficulties from "culture shock" to open conflict. COM 344. Communication Research Methods. And on the most practical level, students learn how to meet the challenge of scheduling a production based on "real" events that are often beyond the filmmaker's control. This course emphasizes planning, researching, executing, and evaluating actual public relations campaigns. This class explores the demands, limitations, and potential of effective SNS writing and the different distribution platforms available for SNS writing. This course focuses on the skills needed to become a talk radio or podcast host. This course will also focus on integrating developing technologies in the broadcast field utilized by the talk radio and podcast hosts. Students will research current methods of broadcasting content, tracking engagement based on interaction with content, and building an audience for more profitability. COM 230. After exploring basic elements of the conflict process (e.g. Prerequisites: COM 203 or COM 204, senior standing, and Communication majorSession Cycle: Fall, SpringYearly Cycle: Annual. Public Relations. 3 Credit Hours. The Department of Communication offers a diverse academic program with the common mission of fortifying the intellectual and social skills necessary for effective human communication. Information that is embedded in a narrative (story) is more easily understood and remembered, and increases our interest by generating curiosity and anticipation. Communication 126 – Evolution of Interpersonal Communication An examination of current issues in interpersonal communication from the perspectives of evolutionary psychology and biology. A healthy relationship is dependent on maintaining an open line of communications between local officials and a generally good public opinion of the role that the University plays within the community. The purpose of this course is to explore various topics related to communication. Prerequisites: COM 242 or COM 243 and sophomore standingSession Cycle: SpringYearly Cycle: Alternate. 3 Credit Hours. Professional Writing as Storytelling. There are no second takes--there is only the controlled chaos and dynamic energy flowing as everyone does his or her job to make live television happen. 3 Credit Hours. 3 Credit Hours. The focus will be on the history and development of media organizations and how they have helped shape American culture. Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communication. As such, the Department cultivates in its students the ability to think in creative … COM 366. Media Organizations. Bryant University ~ Communication Program Higher Education Smithfield, Rhode Island 199 followers Effective communication ranks among the top competencies every employer seeks. This hands-on course teaches fundamental skills that filmmakers use to tell fictional narratives (stories) in filmed media. (Note: Students must be available for the broadcast of three Saturday afternoon games during the semester). Lectures, screenings and film assignments also explore how the filmmaker's communicative goal and point of view are expressed in a variety of modern documentary styles. By semester's end students should have a much clearer sense of what goes into the making of movies, and should have become more active, critical viewers of film. Session Cycle: FallYearly Cycle: Annual. Prerequisites: Sophomore StandingSession Cycle: Fall, SpringYearly Cycle: Annual. In addition, the course is designed to encourage students to increase their understanding of the research that is guided by these elements and the application that has to real-world experiences. Because there is no single, grand theory of communication, the explanation of communication behavior has been undertaken by a number of other disciplines including anthropology, literary and cultural studies, cognitive and social psychology, sociology, and linguistics. Each specialization requires six courses that are completed as electives within the required courses, so no additional coursework is needed. The pace is fast, the narrative largely unscripted, and creative and editorial decisions must be made rapidly. Students will be exposed to relevant gender and communication-related social and political issues, research findings, and theory in a wide variety of contexts. 3 Credit Hours. This course will provide students with a subjective awareness of their own and others nonverbal messages. Prerequisites: Sophomore StandingSession Cycle: FallYearly Cycle: Alternate Years. 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