421 Organic Disorders (3) Communi ca tion disorders relative to cleft palate and other cranial-fac ial anoma li es, cerebral palsy, and mental retardation. Prerequisite: 32 1, 324, or permi ssion. 422 Adult Language Disorders (3) ·s tudy of communi cat ion disorders caused by su-oke and other neurologi­ cal probl ems and injuries. Classi fi ca­ tion , evaluation techniques and therapy principles included. Prerequisite: 321. 423 Voice and Phonological Problems (3) Problems of voice ph onology and articulati on. Areas of et iology, diag­ nosis, and remediation covered. Pre­ requi site: 321,324, or permission. 425 Audiology (3) Anatomy and physiology of th e ear; hearing problems, tes ting and rehabil­ itati on. Practical experience in pure tone threshold testing. Lab fee : $15. 426 Diagnostic and Therapeutic Methods (5) Methods of evaluation and assessment of speech vo ice and language prob­ lems. Introducti on to therapeutic approaches and specific techniques related to speech and language habili­ tation and rehabilitation. Prerequisites: 321,324 or permission. Lab fee: $15. 428 Audiometry (3) Advanced study of procedures and problems in hearing measuremen t. Areas covered will includ e speech audiomet ry, mask ing, recru itment, diagnostic testing and amplification.

357 History of Cinema (3) Survey of the development of the motion picture (1890 to the present.) Films screened in the course will be analyzed from perspectives of art, genre theory, technology, and rhetori­ cal intent. Lab fee: $20. 358 Motion Picture - Pre-Production (3) The first course of a three-cours e sequence (358, 359, 452) in which a dramatic film will be produced. This course emph as izes th e essenti al pre­ production aspects including script development, budgeting, castin g, set construction , and/ or location surveys, and develops skills in using produc­ tion equipment. Prerequ isite: 352. Lab fee : $50. (Alternate Falls) 359 Motion Picture Production (3) Photography, in this course, will be done for the film proj ect begun in 358. Emphasizes lighting, camera operation, sound recording, etc. Prerequisites: 352, 358. Lab fee $50. (Al ternate lntenerms) 364 Acting for Film and Television (3) Use of ac ting skills in front of televi­ sion cameras using scenes from actual televisi on and film scripts. Includes critiques of ac ting methods. Prerequi­ site: 261 or permission. Fee: $25. 383 Survey of Rhetorical Theories (3) Major theories of rhetorical and pub­ lic address from classical to contempo­ rary periods. 384 Public Relations (3) The nature, methods and responsibili­ ties of public relations in contempo­ rary society. 385 Persuasive Communication (3) Techniques of persuasive speaking and communication persuasion theories. Experience in the preparation and delivery of speeches. Prerequisite: 100. 386 Forms of Public Communication (3) Application , practice and analysis of selected communication forms from a rhetorical perspective. Sections offered in religious, political and social issues commun ications . May be repeated with different course content. 387 Organizational Communication (3) The dynamics of organizational com­ munication centering in systems, struc­ tures and patterns; the role of commu­ nication in organizational development. 388 Principles of Information Gathering (3) Fundamentals of gathering informa­ tion for the mass media. Strategies for finding and utilizing information sources, techniques and psychological dynamics of interviews. Emphasis on learning bydoing.

468 Dramatic Performance in Ministry (3) How to select appropriate materi al , stage and direct dramatic presenta­ tions in a church or other Christian ministry setting. 470 Communication Seminar (1-3) Va ri ous aspects and problems in the fie ld of commun ication. 472 lntercultural Communication (3) Relationship between communication an.d cu lture with emphasis on facto rs affecting the quality and processes of interpersonal communica tion between persons of different cultures or subcul- nires. (See also Intercultural Studies 420. ) 474 Advanced Studies in Communication Behavior (3) Selected communication topics varied by semester. Sections offered include: family communi ca ti on, non-ve rbal communication, listening, communica­ tion, and dec ision-making. May be repeated with different course content. 476 Communication Education Seminar (2) Teac hin g techniqu es for the sec­ ond ary schoo l speech co urse and forensic s team. Required for Eng­ lish/ communication secondary educa­ tion majors. Alternate years. 478 Pragmatic Social Theories of Communication (3) Survey and application of social theo­ ries of communication , including gen­ eral semanti cs, confrontations, com­ munication to the grievi ng, humans as manipulators, and nonverbal forms of communication. 480 Directed Research (1-3) Individual research in an area of com­ munication determined in consulta­ tion with the in stru ctor. May be repeated for a max imum of th ree units. Prerequisite: consent.

usually off campus in a work si tuation. Departrnent permission required. May be repeated for a maximum of six units. 450 Communication Practicum (1-3) Directed prac ti cal experience in the various fields of communication. Per­ mission of th e department must be secu red the semes ter prior to enrolling for course . May be repeated for a maximum of six units. 451 Advanced Audio Production (3) Advanced techniques in miking, mix­ ing, recording, processing an d rei n­ forcement of sound. Both technical and arti stic aspects are covered, with a strong laboratory emphasis. Prerequi­ site: 25 1. Lab fee: $50. 452 Motion Picture Post-Production (3) The final course in a three-course film production sequence (358, 359, 452). Emphasizes editing, music, sou nd effects, mixing, laboratory coordination, and distribution. Prerequisites: 352, 358, 359. Lab fee: $50. (Alternate Springs) 453 Advanced Television Production (3) The course gives intensive experience in professional level television produc­ tion. Prerequisite: 353. Lab fee: $50. 455 Broadcast Management and Sales (4) Students do a project including market research, specifyi ng physical fac ilities, programming, personnel and budget for a proposed radio or television sta­ tion. Support of th e proposed station through advertising sales is covered. 457 Communication Theory (3) Social scientific theory in interpersonal and mass commun ica lion with empha­ sis on practical usefulness of th eories. 458 Methods of Communication Research (3) Methodology for communicatio n research, including sampling, ques­ tionnaire design, introduction to sta­ tistics. Stud ents conduct survey research project. A major goal is to become adept at reading and evaluat­ ing research reports. Lab fee: $10. 459 Practical and Ethical Issues in Com­ munication Careers (3) Cove rs ethical and mora l probl ems related to employment, current issues in the industry, and career planning. 461 Readers Theatre (3) Programming and prese ntation of prose , poe try and drama by two or more ac tors using the skill s of oral interpretation as well as those of the actor. Methods of preparation , per­ formance and directing.

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429 Clinical Practicum: Biola Speech/language Clinic (1-2)

Supervised experi ence working with the speech handicapped population in th e Biola Speech Clinic. Permi ssion of the department must be secured the semester prior to enrolling for thi s course . May be repeated for a total of six uni ts. Prerequisite: 312, 321, 326, 426, and departmental consent. 431 Advanced Reporting (3) Public affairs and investigative reporting. Use of local gove rnment , courts and community sources in developing stories. Prerequisite: 33 1. 433 Mass Media Law (3) Legal aspects of the mass medi a: con­ st itution al fr eedom of expression , news ga th ering, access to publi c records and proceedings, libel, pri­ vacy, copyright, advertising, broadcast regulation, and antitrust. 440 Communication Internship (1-3) Limited to qualified juniors or seniors who wi sh to gain practical experience

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