Course Information

COM-3550

This course studies advocacy as it relates to social and political change. Advocacy Communication requires unique practices which rely upon public speaking skills and analysis of advocacy discourse. Students will think critically about current social, political and ethical issues, and will develop persuasive and strategy skills as they practice how to mobilize the public, influence public opnion, and negotiate policy decisions. These skills are useful to those anticipating careers in politics, consulting, speechwriting, law, sales, non-profits and religion.

Credits:
3.0
Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
Media and Applied Communication [MC]
Subject:
Communication Arts [COM]
Terms Offered:
(Term Legend)
2014FA, 2013FA
Course Offerings by Term
TermSectInstructorMeeting Location/Days/TimeCapUsed
2014FA01Dr. Deb HaffeyBTS 205 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Dates: 08/20/14-12/12/14
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