270 Interpersonal Communication (3) This course focuses on developing com­ munication skills in the dyadic setting including emphasis on essential precon­ ditions, confli ct management, interper­ sonal relationships, non-verbal behavior and creative supportive climates. 280 Oral Interpretation (3) Learning to read types of litera ture aloud in a manner that enhances and enriches the audience's understanding and appreciation of that literature. 282, 382 Intercollegiate Forensics (2-2) Practical speech experience in debate and individual speaking events. Each sec ti on may be repeated once for a

of copy editing techniques. Srudy of the structure and history of the newspaper industry, press eth ics and press laws . Computer operation abili ty required. 332 Principles of Editing and Design (3) Emphasis on copy editing and design skills necessary for quality publication of newspapers, magazines and public rela­ tions li terarure. Editing for style, gram­ mar and punctuation; improving copy; writing headlines and cutlines; effective use of type; use of color and art; and principles of page design. Fee: $15. 334 Article Writing (3) The writing and marketing of non-fic­ tion articles for newspapers and maga­ zines. Prerequisite: 230 or permission. 336 Broadcast Journalism (3) A laboratory course in radio and tele­ vision journali sm, including all aspects of writing and delivery of broadcast news programs and documentaries. Televis ion studi o newscast in g is

181 Introduction to Argumentation and Debate (3) Effective oral communication: invention, analysis, evidence, methods of attack and defense and arrangement of ideas. 202 Introduction to Mass Media (3) Asurvey of mass media, including his­ tory, regu lation, current scope, sup­ port sys tems, effec ts and eth ics of newspapers, magazines, radio, televi­ sion, movies, records and books. 220 Voice and Articulation (3) Voice improvement through study of ana1omical and physiological bases of the normal voice. Trai ning in articu­ lat ion, pronunciation and related oral skills. 223 Beginning Sign Language (2) Introduction and practice in the fu n­ damenta l sk ill s of signs and finger­ spelling for communi cation with the deaf. Provides a basic understanding of the psychological and social impli­ cation of deafness. Does not meet the foreign language requirement. 224 Intermediate Sign Language (2) Design ed for those who possess the basic ski lls of manual communi cation. Further instruction in the deve lop­ ment of sign vocabula ry, finger­ spe llin g, fluency, recep tive and expressive skill s. Prerequisite: 223 or permission. Does not meet the for­ eign language requirement. 230 Introduction to Writing Application (3) This course presents basic principles of writing and how these principles are used in various applications espe­ cially in writing for the mass media. 245 Photography (3) Experience in fundamentals of black and white photography covering both creative and technical aspects. Fee:

The cost of the program is similar to that of a semester on campus at Biola. Six academ ic units can be counted as credit for com 440 (Intern­ shi p), and com 459 (P rac ti ca l and Ethical Issues in Communication Careers), both required courses for th e radio-television-film concentra­ ti on. The additional IO units will be counted as communication electives. The program is open to qualified .;2,J juniors and sen iors. For further infor­ mation, consult Dr. Tom Nash, of the Communica tion Department. MINOR A Communication minor is offered

total of eight units. 312 Phonetics (3)

with completion of a minimum of 21 units, I2 of which must be upper divi­ sion. Must include 457 and 478. Con­ tact the Communication Department regarding specific courses. COURSES Note: In all concentrations the total number of units for major area credit from practicum, internship and directed research courses may no/.exceed nine units.

The science of th e articulate sounds of human speech; classification, reproduc­ tion and proper recording of speech sounds; principles of phonetic change. (See also Intercultural Studies 413.) 321 Introduction to Communication Disorders (3) Survey of the various types and classifi­ ca tions of speech/ language disorders and the role of the speech pathologist in medi cal and educational settings. 324 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech (3) Anatomyand physiology of the speech and heari ng mechanisms. The nor­ mal processes of respiration, phona­ tion , articu lation , resonance and hear­ ing are covered. 326 Language Development (3) Normal development of speech and language in children in terms of syn­ tax, semantics, phonology and prag­ mati cs. Motor and cognitive develop­ ment surveyed. 327 Childhood Language Disorders (3) Study of delayed language development and childhood language di sorde rs. Includes theories concerning etiology, classification, evaluation and therapy. Prerequisite: 32 1, 326 or permission. 328 Stuttering (3) Review of th e theories dealing with the etiology of stuttering and methods of therapy. 330 Journalism Practicum (1) Supervised practical experience in writing and / or ed iting the Chimes. Prerequisite for the Chimes staff: com­ pletion of/ or curren t enrollment in 33 1 or the equivalent. 331 Reporting (3) Basic training in news gathering and extensive writing of news and fearure sto­ ries under time pressure. Introduction

required. Lab fee: $15. 347 Photojournalism (3)

Further study in black and white tech­ niques and introduction to color, with special emphasis on the structure, law and ethi cs of photojournalism. Lab intensive , portfolio oriented. Fee: $30. 350 Studies in Broadcasting (3) Aspects of theory and pract ice of broadcasting. May be repeated with different course content. Fee: $30. 351 Broadcast Announcing and Performance (3) Theory and prac ti ce of professional ann ou ncin g, newscast in g, sports announcing, interviewing and other performance for radio and television. Fee: $10. 352 Introduction to Television and Film Production (3) Introduces student to scripting fo rm, film and television cameras, lighting, ed itin g, compos ition , much more. Lab fee: $40. 353 Television Production (3) Students will write and sen,e on pro­ duction teams to produce a vari ety of fo rmats of television programs. Pre­

100 Introduction to Public Communication (3)

Development of communication skills in public speaking. The course wi ll include attention to audience analysis, speec h, research , organ izat ion and critical thinking. 140 Resident Assistant Practicum (3) Provides students with the opportu­ nity to learn , exercise and refine skills wh ich will facilitate personal growth and increase their ability to so lve problems as a member of the Resi­ dence Life Staff. Student should be enabled to reach higher levels of self­ understanding and deeper in sights into dynamics which enh ance and hinder interpersonal relationships. Cannot be counted toward the major. 160 Introduction to Drama (3) Appreciat ion of drama through an understanding of its historical devel­ opment, forms and styles, and produc­ tion techniques. Lab Fee: $50. 170 Small Group Communication (3) This course focuses on the individ­ ual's communication in a group set­ ting: leadership in groups; group communication norms and processes with emphasis on problem solving and conflict management techniques.

$45. (See also Art 22 1. ) 251 Sound Workshop (3)

An introduction to the sound medium as applied to radio, television and fil m. Lab fee: $25. 261 Fundamentals of Acting (3) Lectures, demonstrations and labora­ to ry expe ri ence in ac ting. Content includes concentrations, observation, control and effective use of the body, pantomime, improvisa tion, stage tech­ niques, the actor's resources and methods of character development. Fee: $50.

requisite: 352. Lab fee : $50. 355 Broadcast Programming and Promotion (3)

Includes audience analysis and consid­ eration of various programming th eo­ ries and techniques. Also promotion techniques for audience acquisition and retention . Fee: $25. 356 Dramatic Script Writing (3) Writing of dramatic scripts for tel evi­ sion or film production. Fee: $25.

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