328 Stuttering (3) Review of the theories dealing with the eti­ ology of stuttering and methods of therapy. 330 journalism Practicum (1) Supervised practical experience in writ­ ing and/or editing The Chimes; or produc­ ing The Biolan. Prerequisite: For The Chimes staff-completion of/or current en­ rollment in 331 or the equivalent. 331 Reporting (3) Basic training in news gathering and ex­ tensive writing of news and feature stories under time pressure. Introduction of copy editing techniques. Study of the structure and history of the newspaper industry, press ethics and press laws. Computer op­ eration ability required. 332 Design and Layout for Print Media (3) Basics of editing, design, layout, headline writing, typography, and use of photographs and art work for newspapers, magazines, newsletters and other print media. Fee: $15. 334 Article Writing (3) The writing and marketing of non-fiction articles for newspapers and magazines. Prerequisite: 230 or permission. 336 Broadcast journalism (3) A laboratory course in radio and televi­ sion journalism, including all aspects of writing and delivery of broadcast news pro­ grams and documentaries. Work on the KBBK news staff is required. Lab fee: $15. 347 Photojournalism (3) Further study in black and white tech­ niques and introduction to color, with spe­ cial emphasis on the structure, law and ethics of photojournalism. Lab intensive and portfolio oriented. Prerequisite: 245 or permission. Fee: $30. 350 Studies in Broadcasting (3) Aspects of theory and practice of broad­ casting. May be repeated with different course content. 351 Broadcast Announcing and Performance (3) Theory and practice of professional an­ nouncing, newscasting, sports announcing, interviewing and other performance for radio and television. Fee: $10.

352 Introduction to Television and Film Production (3) Introduces student to scripting form, film and television cameras, lighting, edit­ ing, composition, much more. Lab fee: $40. 353 Television Production (3) Students will write and serve on produc­ tion teams to produce a variety of formats of television programs. Prerequisite: 352. Lab fee: $50.

362 Advanced Acting (3) Development of the actor's individual cre­ ativity and expression: applying techniques to various acting styles and characteriza­ tions; ensemble playing. Prerequisite: 261. 383 Survey ofRhetorical Theories (3) Major theories of rhetorical and public ad­ dress from classical to contemporary periods. 384 Public Relations (3) The nature, methods and responsibilities of public relations in contemporary 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 ofPublic Communication (3) Application, practice and analysis of se­ lected communication forms from a rhetori­ cal perspective. Sections offered in reli­ gious, political and social issues communi­ cations. May be repeated with different course content. 387 Organizational Communication (3) The dynamics of organizational commu­ nication centering in systems, structures and patterns; the role of communication in organizational development. 388 Principles ofInterviewing (3) The gathering of information through asking questions. Literature and research findings on techniques of listening, nonver­ bal communication and pychological dynam­ ics of interview relationships. 421 Organic Disorders (3) Communication disorders relative to cleft palate and other cranial-facial anoma­ lies, cerebral palsy, and mental retardation. Prerequisite: 321 , 324, or permission. 422 Adult Language Disorders (3) Study of communication disorders caused by stroke and other neurological problems and injuries. Classification, evalu­ ation techniques and therapy principles in­ cluded. Prerequisite: 321. 423 Voice and Phonological Problems (3) Functional phonology and organic prob­ lems of voice and articulation. Areas of eti­ ology, diagnosis, and remediation covered. Prerequisite: 321, 324, or permission.

355 Broadcast Programming and Promotion (3)

Includes audience analysis and considera­ tion of various programming theories and techniques. Also promotion techniques for audience acquisition and retention. Fee: $25. 356 Dramatic Script Writing (3) Writing of dramatic scripts for television, film or stage. 357 History ofCinema (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, tech­ nology, and rhetorical intent. Lab fee: $20. 358 Motion Picture - Pre-Production (3) The first course of a three-course se­ quence (358, 359, 452) in which a dramatic film will be produced. This course empha­ sizes the essential pre-production aspects including script development, budgeting, casting, set construction, and/or location surveys, and develops skills in using pro­ duction equipment. Prerequisite: 352. Lab fee: $50. (Alternate Falls) 359 Motion Picture Production (3) Photography, in this course, will be done for the film projects begun in 358. Emphasizes lighting, camera operation, sound recording, directing, etc. Prerequisites: 352, 358. Lab fee $50. (Alternate lnterterms) 360 Workshop in Drama (3) Specialized offerings in drama production in areas such as: scene study, theatre management, mime, stagecraft and make-up. May be repeated with different course con­ tent 361 Rehearsal/Performance {1-3) Enrollment by audition only. Active par­ ticipation in University sponsored dramatic productions. May be repeated for maxi­ mum of 6 units.

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