Course Detail

FOUNDATIONAL THEORIES OF RHETORIC AND COMMUNICATION

Subject: TCCA

Catalog Number: 255

Registration Number: 7427

Description:
Introduction to foundational theories of rhetoric and communication. Examination of the way humans use or manipulate symbols to convey information, influence attitudes and beliefs, and engender action. Focus on understanding connections between communication and thought, particularly societal values and ethics, the nature of knowledge and the nature of being and reality. Application of theory to contemporary political, social, and cultural phenomena. Offered fall. 4 credits. (UQ)

Instructor: Brenda DeVore Marshall
Is consent of Instructor Required? No



Course Type: LEC
Location: FORD T104
Time: 1:05PM- 2:35PM  TTh