Communication and Information Sciences (CIS)
CIS 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)
CIS 701 Communication/Information Theories of Society (3) A critical review of major theoretical and empirical traditions in communication and information sciences. Focus on European, American, Third World, and applied research. Pre: consent.
CIS 702 Communication/Information Technologies (3) Technological concepts underlying data communications; information processing and computers; communication channels and networks, information storage and retrieval, and computer hardware and software. Pre: consent.
CIS 703 Communication/Information Research Methods (3) Current research methodologies in decision sciences, computer science, library science, and communication. Emphasis on methodologies suitable for interdisciplinary analysis. Pre: consent.
CIS 720 Interdisciplinary Seminar in Communication and Information Sciences (1) Exploration of relationships between disciplines in social sciences, science and technology, and humanities. Faculty and student presentations. CR/NC only. Pre: consent.
CIS 799 Directed Reading and/or Research (V) Individualized program of directed reading and/or research outside the scope of regularly titled courses. Pre: consent. Plan must include goals and rationale.
CIS 800 Dissertation Research (V)
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