Communication and Journalism

Glenda Balas, Chairperson
Department of Communication & Journalism
Communication & Journalism Room 129
MSC03 2240
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
(505) 277-5305
http://www.unm.edu/~cjdept/

Regents Professor
Karen A. Foss, Ph.D., University of Iowa

Professors
Mary Jane Collier, Ph.D., University of Southern California
Miguel Gandert, M. A., The University of New Mexico
Janice E. Schuetz, Ph.D., University of Colorado
W. Gill Woodall, Ph.D., University of Florida

Associate Professors
Glenda Balas, Ph.D., University of Iowa
Patricia Covarrubias, Ph.D., University of Washington
Janet M. Cramer, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Dirk C. Gibson, Ph.D., Indiana University
Pamela Lutgen-Sandvik, Ph.D., Arizona State University
Ilia Rodriguez, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Richard J. Schaefer, Ph.D., University of Utah

Assistant Professors
Tema Milstein, Ph.D., University of Washington
Judith White, Ph.D., Texas A.M. University

Lecturers
Karolyn Cannata-Winge, M.A., University of Missouri-Columbia
Judith Hendry, Ph.D., University of Denver
Karen Schmidt, Ph.D., Arizona State University
Janet Shiver, Ph.D., University of New Mexico

Visiting Faculty
Stephen Littlejohn, Ph.D., University of Utah
Todd Winge, M.A., University of Missouri

Professors Emeritus
Fred V. Bales
Jean M. Civikly-Powell
Charles K. Coates
John C. Condon, Regents’ Professor
Kenneth D. Frandsen
Bob Gassaway
Dennis Herrick


Courses

CJ 101L. Introduction to Communication. (3)



CJ 110. Introduction to Mass Communication. (3)



CJ 115. Communication Across Cultures. (3)



CJ 130. Public Speaking. (3)



CJ 171L. Introduction to Media Writing . (3)



CJ 220. Communication for Teachers. (3)



CJ 221. Interpersonal Communication. (3)



CJ 225. Small Group Communication. (3)



CJ 261. News Photography/Lab. (3)



CJ 262. Radio/Television Performance. (3)



CJ 264. Broadcast Practice. (1 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



CJ 267. Writing for Broadcast Journalism. (3)



CJ 268. Media Theories. (3)



CJ 269. Multimedia and Visual Communication. (3)



CJ 271. Writing for Print Journalism. (3)



CJ 273. Newspaper Practice. (1 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



CJ 278. Writing and Editing for Multimedia Journalism. (3)



CJ 279 . Web Design [Electronic Publishing]. (3)



CJ 292. Beginning Internship in Communication and Journalism. (1 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ 293. Topics. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ 300. Theories of Communication. (3)



CJ 301. Communication Research Methods. (3)



CJ 313. EcoCultural Communication: Humans and "The Environment". (3)



CJ 314. Intercultural Communication. (3)



CJ 317. International Cultural Conflict and Community Building. (3)



CJ 318. Language, Thought and Behavior. (3)



CJ 319. Language and Culture. (3)



CJ 320. Mediation. (3)



CJ 323. Nonverbal Communication. (3)



CJ 326. Gender and Communication. (3)



CJ 327. Persuasive Communication. (3)



CJ 331. Argumentation. (3)



CJ 332. Business and Professional Speaking. (3)



CJ 333. Professional Communication. (3)



CJ 334. Political Communication. (3)



CJ 335. Sociology of Mass Communication. (3)



CJ 336. Rhetoric of Dissent. (3)



CJ 337. Rhetorical Theory. (3)



CJ 339. Rhetoric and the Environment. (3)



CJ 340. Communication in Organizations. (3)



CJ 344. Interviewing. (3)



CJ 360. Broadcast News I. (3)



CJ 361. Photojournalism . (3)



CJ 365. History of Media. (3)



CJ 372. Copy-Editing and Makeup. (3)



CJ 373. Magazine Writing. (3)



CJ 374. Design and Visual Presentation I . (3)



CJ 375. Intermediate Reporting. (3)



CJ 376. Media Management. (3)



CJ 381. Advertising Media Planning. (3)



CJ 387. Introduction to Strategic Communication. (3)



CJ 388. Strategic Planning and Positioning. (3)



CJ 389. Creative Concepts. (3)



CJ 393. Topics in Communication and Journalism. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ 400. Senior Seminar: Perspectives on Communication. (3)



CJ 413. Studies in Intercultural Communication. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ 421. Communication and Relationships. (3)



CJ 425. Theories of Small Group Communication. (3)



CJ *430. American Religious Communication. (3)



CJ *435. Legal Communication. (3)



CJ 443. Topics in Organizational Communication. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ 446. Organizational Analysis and Training. (3)



CJ 450. Health Communication. (3)



CJ 454. Diffusion of Innovations. (3)



CJ 460. Broadcast News II. (3)



CJ 461. Media Criticism. (3)



CJ 463. Topics in Mass Communication. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ 464. Multimedia Visual Production . (3)



CJ 466. Media Ethics and Law. (3)



CJ 467. Mass Communication: International Perspectives. (3)



CJ 469. Multiculturalism, Gender and Media. (3)



CJ 474. Design & Visual Presentation II. (3)



CJ 475. Advanced Multimedia Journalism . (3)



CJ 478. Media Theory and Research. (3)



CJ 485. Public Relations Case Studies. (3)



CJ 488. Strategic Communication Campaigns. (3)



CJ 490. Undergraduate Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ *491. Internship in Communication Education. (3)



CJ 492. Internship in Communication. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ 494. Senior Thesis. (3)



CJ 495. Internship in Strategic Communication [Internship in Advertising]. (1-3, to a maximum of 6 in all CJ internships Δ)



CJ 496. Internship in Multimedia Journalism [Internship in Broadcasting]. (1-3, to a maximum of 6 in all CJ internships Δ)



CJ 499. Internship in Mass Communication. (1-3, to a maximum of 6 in all CJ internships Δ)



CJ 500. Foundations of Communication Theory. (3)



CJ 501. Foundations of Communication Research. (3)



CJ 502. Special Topics in Communication. (1-6, no limit ∆)



CJ 506. Critical and Cultural Studies. (506)



CJ 507. Quantitative Data Analysis. (3)



CJ 507L. Quantitative Data Analysis Lab. (1)



CJ 509. Introduction to Graduate Studies in Communication: Creating a Culture of Research Excellence. (1)



CJ 510. Introduction to Graduate Studies in Communication II: Creating a Culture of Research Excellence. (2)



CJ 514. Seminar: Intercultural Communication. (3)



CJ 517. Culture, Community and Change. (3)



CJ 518. Culture, Sustainability and Change. (3)



CJ 519. Culture, Borderlands and Change. (3)



CJ 521. Seminar: Interpersonal Communication. (3)



CJ 544. Seminar: Organizational Communication. (3)



CJ 550. Health Communication. (3)



CJ 552. Topics in Health Communication. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ 553. Health Communication Campaigns. (3)



CJ 555. Culture, Disparities, and Health Communication. (3)



CJ 557. Seminar: Persuasion. (3)



CJ 566 . Mass Communication Theories. (3)



CJ 567. Media Effects and Public Opinion. (3)



CJ 568. Mass Media Structures and Institutions. (3)



CJ 569. Critical and Cultural Approaches to Media. (3)



CJ 583. Teaching the Basic Course. (1)



CJ 593. Graduate Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



CJ 598. Master’s Project. (1-6)



CJ 599. Master’s Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



CJ 600. History and Philosophy of Communication. (3)



CJ 601. Theories of Communication. (3)



CJ 602. Theorizing Culture and Communication. (3)



CJ 604. Qualitative Research Methods I [Field Research Techniques]. (3)



CJ 605. Qualitative Research Methods II [Textual Analysis]. (3)



CJ 606. Qualitative Methods Practicum. (3)



CJ 607. Communication Research Methods: Quantitative. (3)



CJ 609. Mixed Methods Research Designs. (3)



CJ 699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)



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