An Interdisciplinary Major Housed in the Department of Theatre and Communication Arts
Chair: Dr. Brenda DeVore Marshall, bmarshl, x2290, Ford T105
Transfer Advisor: Dr. Brenda DeVore Marshall, bmarshl, x2290, Ford T105
First-Year Student Contacts: Dr. Janet Gupton, jgupton, x2293, Ford T108
GUIDELINES FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS
- INQS 125--Inquiry Seminar. 4 credits.
- Modern Language course. To meet requirements for B.A. degree and study abroad. 4 credits.
FALL or SPRING SEMESTER
- TCCA 130 Interpersonal Communication - An introduction to the study of face-to-face communication between individuals. 3 credits. (IS) Offered each fall and spring semester.
- TCCA 230 Intercultural Communication: Global Perspectives - Theory and practice of human communication in a multicultural world. Focus on global perspectives. 3 credits. (IS or GP) Offered each fall and spring semester. This course is recommended for students planning to study abroad.
- ANT 111--Cultural-Social Anthropology - Anthropological study of culture and society. 4 credits. (IS or GP)
- Modern Language course. To meet requirements for B.A. degree and study abroad. 4 credits
- Modern Language Course. Second course to meet requirements for B.A. degree and study abroad. 4 credits
GUIDELINES FOR SECOND-YEAR STUDENTS
- TCCA 255 Foundational Theories and Communication - An introduction to communication and rhetorical theory focusing on how humans use symbols to interact with others. 3 credits. (UQ) Offered fall semester only.
- TCCA 220 Performing Literature - Analysis and performance of selections from various literary genres. Focus on literature by U.S. minority authors. 3 credits. (CS or US) Offered spring semester only.
- TCCA 233 Multicultural Communication in the United States - Theory and practice of human communication in a multicultural world. Emphasis on dynamics of human interaction within and across co-cultures in the United states. 3 credits. (IS or US) Offered spring semester only.
OTHER MAJOR SPECIFIC ADVISING INFORMATION
- Intercultural Communication majors should attend required majors conferences scheduled during the fall (group meeting) and spring (individual meetings) for advising information.
- Due to the course rotation schedule in Communication Arts, it is important for prospective majors in Intercultural Communication to meet with a Communication Arts faculty member as early as possible in their Linfield career.