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1 SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION GRADUATE DEPARTMENTS The School of Communication offers the Master of Arts in the Department of Communication Studies (MA in Communication Studies), the Department of Journalism and Media Management (MA in Journalism), and the Department of Strategic Communication (MA in Public Relations), and the Master of Fine Arts in the Department of Cinema and Interactive Media (MFA in Motion Pictures and MFA in Interactive Media). The School also offers a Ph.D. in Communication. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Admission to Graduate Studies at the Master s Level: The following is a list of the required conditions as well as the required documents/fees for your application for admission to the Master of Arts or Master of Fine Arts degree in Communication: A baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution The School s official application A $65.00 non-refundable application fee Three letters of recommendation 500 word typed statement of academic and professional goals. o Note: for the Interactive Media MFA, please visit for specific instructions about the statement Official transcripts of all college work, both undergraduate and graduate o Note: In addition, international applicants must send an official copy of their diploma for all degrees earned, and all documentation that confers your degree, with English translation for all degrees earned. o Note: All transcripts must be the original document, forwarded directly from the university; Xerox copies, true copies, notarized copies and other types of copies are not acceptable. Official TOEFL or IELTS scores o Note: Only for international applicants Copy of current passport o Note: Only for international applicants. The name entered on the graduate application must exactly match what appears on your passport. Official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores o Note: Required for MA applicants o Note: Interactive Media MFA applicants may send GRE scores or a portfolio o Note: Not required for Cinema MFA applicants Portfolio o Note: Required for Cinema MFA applicants o Note: Interactive Media MFA applicants may send a portfolio or GRE scores 777

2 Contact the Office of Graduate Studies, or for information. Admission to Graduate Studies for the Juris Doctor/Master of Arts in Communication joint degree: Requirements for admission to Graduate Studies for Juris Doctor/Master of Arts in Communication joint degree are: Students must be admitted to the Law School first, prior to enrollment in the School of Communication, checking a box on their application indicating their interest in the joint degree program. Once accepted to the Law School, the student s law school application including LSAT score, undergraduate transcript, and letters of recommendation (two of them required for the JD program) will be sent to the School of Communication for review. The student will then receive notification from the School of Communication regarding his/her admission to the joint degree program. The LSAT score may be submitted in lieu of the GRE score. General notes Students will be admitted to the Law School JD program and the School of Communication (SoC) master s program separately. Students in this joint degree program must commence law study first. Students who have already commenced work on the MA are not eligible for the joint program. Admission to Graduate Studies at the Doctoral Level: The following is a list of the required conditions as well as the required documents/fees for your application for admission to the Doctor of Philosophy in Communication program: A master s degree in communication or another appropriate field. The degree must be in addition to a bachelor s degree. All degrees must be from accredited institutions. The School s official application A $65.00 non-refundable application fee Three letters of recommendation 500 word typed statement of academic and professional goals. Official transcripts of all college work, both undergraduate and graduate o Note: In addition, international applicants must send an official copy of their diploma for all degrees earned, and all documentation that confers your degree, with English translation for all degrees earned. o Note: All transcripts must be the original document, forwarded directly from the university; Xerox copies, true copies, notarized copies and other types of copies are not acceptable. Official TOEFL or IELTS scores o Note: Only for international applicants Copy of current passport o Note: Only for international applicants.. The name entered on the graduate application must exactly match what appears on your passport. Official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores Current Curriculum Vitae (CV) 778

3 500-word typed statement of your academic and professional goals, research area you want to pursue and why, and what in your background has prepared you for this. A copy of the completed master s thesis or comparable scholarly work if not master s thesis has been completed. If the master s thesis is in progress, submit completed chapters. If a thesis is not required by your master s program, submit comparable scholarly work. DEGREE PROGRAMS The School of Communication offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. COMMUNICATION STUDIES (M.A.) is a program designed to provide students with a rigorous educational experience, to develop an advanced understanding of the human communication process, to increase awareness of the interdisciplinary nature of the communication field, and to develop oral, written, critical thinking, and research skills. The 30-credit thesis track program emphasizes the student s development of research skills. The 36-credit non-thesis track program focuses on a theoretical foundation with emphasis on applied communication. Students have the option to concentrate in Communication Studies, Health Communication, or Intercultural Communication. JOURNALISM (M.A.) is an intensive program of academic study and hands-on practice designed to develop competitive, high-level, cross-platform digital media skills appropriate for today s media landscape. Students take a common core of courses designed to provide a foundation in all aspects of contemporary journalism (e.g., writing, reporting, multimedia, data visualization, broadcasting, media law and ethics). In addition, students have the opportunity to focus their work in various areas of study, including broadcast journalism, news and feature writing and various aspects of multimedia journalism. Through a combination of journalism courses and related courses offered by other programs, students may also concentrate some of their work in particular areas of interest (e.g., sports reporting, journalism for social change or international journalism). The program begins in the fall semester and lasts for 18 months. No prior training or experience in journalism is required. PUBLIC RELATIONS (M.A.) offers two tracks. The 30-credit thesis track program provides an opportunity to supplement a working foundation and knowledge with pertinent theory and research methodologies. A second 36-credit, coursework-only nonthesis track program builds from a foundation of public relations and communication courses. JOINT DEGREE JURIS DOCTOR (J.D.)/M.A. IN COMMUNICATION. A powerful background in law and in communication can be a launching pad for a career in law, business, entertainment or government. For this reason, the University of Miami School of Law and School of Communication have brought together these two dynamic fields to offer a joint degree program. Through this joint program, students can acquire a law degree and a master s degree in communication in less time (3 to 3½ years). The joint degree program is intended for students with a variety of goals including students who plan to practice professionally in a communication field such as journalism or strategic communication with a law-related emphasis. Graduates of these programs may also work as in-house counsel for new communication technology companies, or serve with government agencies concerned with communication law or with law firms practicing in that field. This program also provides a solid foundation for future journalists who wish to report on legal affairs, and offers ideal preparation for the rapidly growing field of 779

4 public affairs management, in which practitioners work in business, government and non-profits to communicate with key audiences. The School of Communication M.A. degree programs participating in the joint J.D. program are: Communication Studies (Communication Studies, Health Communication, Intercultural Communication) Public Relations Journalism MOTION PICTURES (M.F.A.) The Motion Picture graduate program provides a studentcentered, learning experience within a globally diverse moving image context. The M.F.A. curriculum emphasizes the relationship between theory and practice and encourages both creative collaboration and independent thinking as it prepares motion picture professionals and artists. M.F.A. candidates are expected to follow a set sequence of courses during the first two semesters of their studies. During the second year of studies, candidates are strongly encouraged to explore not only a primary but also a secondary area of specialization in the program and develop a minimum of two creative projects consistent with their areas of primary interest and secondary specialization. A minimum of six credit hours in each area of specialization is required. Under faculty committee supervision, students will develop one or two creative projects in the third year of their studies. This three-year program culminates with a thesis portfolio that demonstrates, not only skillful execution of craft, but strong conceptual development rooted in collaborative work and innovative uses of technology. Graduate students are encouraged to pursue independent and critical thinking, research and creative work as appropriate to the fulfillment of the requirements of their degree. In addition, the graduate program seeks to support innovative approaches and ideas and to aid in the pursuit of relevant scholarly and creative endeavors. INTERACTIVE MEDIA (M.F.A.) The Interactive Media graduate program aims to prepare a new generation of innovators and leaders in the field of interaction design. The M.F.A curriculum emphasizes exploration of the use of technology, design, and human behavior, to impact, augment, and influence how people communicate. The multidisciplinary curriculum brings together students from different backgrounds to learn about interaction design, gaming, mobile, data visualization, human computer interaction, and other emerging technologies. The program trains students to research, prototype, design, and build projects in business, social, academic, and cultural contexts. COMMUNICATION (Ph.D.) provides students with the theory and research skills required to use communication to make positive change in society, community, and individuals. Possible areas of specialization, within this overarching framework of social and behavioral change include health communication (broadly defined), intercultural communication, organizational communication, international communication, advocacy, and journalism studies and accompanying new/digital media foundations and skills. 780

5 DEGREE REQUIREMENTS DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES COMMUNICATION STUDIES (M.A.) Two programs are offered in Communication Studies. The thesis program emphasizes the student s development of research skills under faculty supervision (30 credits). The nonthesis program focuses on a theoretical foundation with emphasis on applied communication (36 credits). Students will be prepared for leadership positions in public or private organizations at the national or international level, or pursue advanced degrees. Thesis students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours at the graduate level with the approval of a faculty advisor or department chair. Of the 30 credits, 15 credit hours must be at or above the 600-level. Non-thesis students must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours at the graduate level with the approval of a faculty advisor or department chair. Of the 36 credits, 18 credit hours must be at or above the 600-level. Communication Studies students must maintain an overall minimum GPA of 3.0 for all courses. Core courses must be completed during the first year of study, or by completion of 18 credits. No more than six hours will be allowed for advanced projects and directed research. Only one intersession course (3 credits) can be counted towards the degree. Communication Studies Track The goals of the Master of Arts program in Communication Studies are to provide students with a rigorous educational experience, to develop an advanced understanding of the human communication process, to increase awareness of the interdisciplinary nature of the communication field, and to develop oral, written, critical thinking, and research skills. Students may complete coursework in persuasion, and interpersonal, intercultural, organizational, and health communication together with research methods applicable to these areas. Two programs are offered. The thesis track emphasizes student development of research skills under faculty supervision (30 credits). The non-thesis track emphasizes a theoretical foundation based on application of communication courses (36 credits). REQUIRED COMMUNICATION CORE: (Thesis/Non-Thesis Programs) 9 CREDITS COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) ELECTIVES: (Thesis Program) 15 CREDITS (Non-Thesis Program) 27 CREDITS Students may select elective courses within the School of Communication or the University; a maximum of six (6) credits thesis track and nine (9) credits non-thesis track may come from outside the School of Communication. Recommended electives are: COM 609 Special Topic: Seminar in Applied Communication Research (3) COM 609 Special Topic: Seminar in Writing for Publication (3) COM 609 Special Topic: Seminar in Computer-Mediated-Communication (3) COM 615 Social Effects of Mass Communication (3) 781

6 COM 672 Seminar in Persuasive Communication (3) COS 545 Intercultural Communication: International Perspectives (3) COS 546 Intercultural Communication: Domestic Perspectives (3) COS 560 The Executive Communicator (3) COS 591 Advanced Special Topics in Communication Studies (3) COS 599 Advanced Projects and Directed Research (3) COS 651 Survey of Health Communication (3) COS 674 Seminar in Interpersonal Communication (3) COS 682 Seminar in Organizational Communication (3) COS 684 Organizational Communication Audit Procedures (3) COS 690 Communication Studies Practicum (1-3) THESIS COM 710 Master s Thesis (Thesis Program) 6 CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS (Thesis Program) = 30 CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS (Non-Thesis Program) = 36 CREDITS Health Communication Track Health Communication is an emerging specialty in the field of communication. This graduate program is designed to provide a broad introduction to human communication in a healthcare context. Career opportunities in this area include public health leaders, practitioners, and researchers who design, evaluate, and disseminate health communication messages for private and governmental organizations, advertising, public relations and marketing agencies, and journalists. Students will explore the roles of patients and caregivers, social and cultural issues, communication in health organizations, and the role of mass media. Two programs are offered. The thesis track emphasizes student development of research skills under faculty supervision (30 credits). The non-thesis track emphasizes a theoretical foundation based on application of communication courses (36 credits). REQUIRED COMMUNICATION CORE: (Thesis/Non-Thesis Programs) 9 CREDITS COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) ELECTIVES: (Thesis Program) 15 CREDITS (Non-Thesis Program) 27 CREDITS Students may select elective courses within the School of Communication or the University; a maximum of six (6) credits thesis track and nine (9) credits non-thesis track may come from outside the School of Communication. Recommended electives are: COS 599 Advanced Projects and Directed Research (3) COS 651 Survey of Health Communication (3) COS 652 Culture and Health (3) COS 653 Organizations, Communication, and Health (3) COS 654 Risk Communication (3) COS 655 Health Communication Intervention (3) COS 674 Seminar in Interpersonal Communication (3) COS 690 Communication Studies Practicum (1-3) COM 672 Seminar in Persuasive Communication (3) 782

7 HST 536 U.S. Health Care Crisis: Politics and Policies (3) INS 570 Globalization and Health (3) INS 670 Advanced Seminar in International Health (3) NUR 550 Sociopolitical Dynamics of Health Issues (3) SOC 632 Social Psychology of Health and Illness (3) SOC 635 Medical Sociology: Issues in Research and Theory (3) THESIS COM 710 Master s Thesis (Thesis Program) 6 CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS (Thesis Program) = 30 CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS (Non-Thesis Program) = 36 CREDITS Intercultural Communication Track The Intercultural Communication Track is designed to provide students with an understanding of the way communication functions in intercultural settings, how culture affects the communication process, and the reciprocal effects of intercultural perceptions on policy in the history of Eastern-Western relations. Career opportunities in this field include corporate diversity trainer, communication director, human resource manager, international service representative, negotiator, and foreign correspondent with government and business organizations. Two programs are offered. The thesis track emphasizes student development of research skills under faculty supervision (30 credits). The non-thesis track program emphasizes a theoretical foundation based on application of communication courses (36 credits). REQUIRED COMMUNICATION CORE: (Thesis/Non-Thesis Programs) 9 CREDITS COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) ELECTIVES: (Thesis Program) 15 CREDITS (Non-Thesis Program) 27 CREDITS Students may select elective courses within the School of Communication or the University; a maximum of six (6) credits thesis track and nine (9) credits non-thesis track may come from outside the School of Communication. Recommended electives are: COS 545 Intercultural Communication: International Perspectives (3) COS 546 Intercultural Communication: Domestic Perspectives (3) COS 599 Advanced Projects and Directed Research (3) COS 652 Culture and Health (3) COS 674 Seminar in Interpersonal Communication (3) COS 682 Seminar in Organizational Communication (3) COS 690 Communication Studies Practicum (1-3) COM 609 Special Topic: Social Change and Communication (3) COM 672 Seminar in Persuasive Communication (3) CNJ 510 Comparative Media Systems INS 513 Information and Communication in International Relations (3) 783

8 THESIS COM 710 Master s Thesis (Thesis Program) 6 CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS (Thesis Program) = 30 CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS (Non-Thesis Program) = 36 CREDITS DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM AND MEDIA MANAGEMENT JOURNALISM (M.A.) The Journalism M.A. program is designed to prepare students for professional participation in a number of digital and multimedia news environments, including television, online, mobile, magazine, and newspaper. Coursework stresses journalistic values, critical thinking, and storytelling, combined with the digital and technical skills to create content in the context of today s dynamic and evolving media landscape. In consultation with faculty advisors, students are strongly encouraged to develop areas of special interest, and are required to complete an individually produced, in-depth Qualifying Project. Journalism M.A. students must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours at the graduate level with the approval of the Chair of the Department of Journalism and Media Management. Of the 36 credit hours, all must be at or above the 500 level, and 15 must be at or above the 600 level. Students with strong prior experience in a particular area may request a written waiver of a required course from the department chair, upon the demonstration of sufficient expertise in that subject. REQUIRED COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM CORE (All tracks): 18 CREDITS COM 605 Theories and Methods for Mass Communication Research (3) CNJ 614 Media Law and Ethics Seminar (3) CNJ 537 The Business of Modern Journalism (3) CEM 606 Writing and Reporting Across Platforms (3) CVJ 521 Seminar in Visual Storytelling (3) CVJ 522 Infographics and Data Visualization (3) ELECTIVES: 15 CREDITS Students must complete five additional elective courses, chosen with the approval of a faculty advisor. These courses may come from either within or outside of the School of Communication. It is highly recommended that students consider pursuing a professional internship for one of these electives. Elective options include (but are not limited to): CEM 517 Television News Reporting (3) CEM 527 Television News Producing (3) CEM 630 Topics in Electronic Communication (3) CEM 725 Journalism Internship (3) CMP 540 Programming for Designers (3) CNJ 510 Comparative Media Systems (3) CNJ 511 Global Media (3) CNJ 513 Computer-Assisted Reporting (3) CNJ 515 Reporting and the Internet (3) CNJ 523 Sports Reporting (3) CNJ 544 Feature Writing (3) CNJ 599 Advanced Projects and Directed Research (3) CNJ 609 Internship in Journalism and Media Management (3) CVJ 531 Database Journalism (3) 784

9 CVJ 550 3D Design and Graphics (3) CVJ 541 Advanced Audio Video Narratives (3) CVJ 551 Advanced Programming (3) CVJ 519 Interactive Storytelling (3) FINAL QUALIFYING PROJECT (CVJ 715 Multimedia Project): 3 CREDITS Students, in consultation with a faculty committee of their choosing, will complete a final reporting project that reflects in-depth knowledge and analysis of a subject and professional competence in reporting and presenting it for the appropriate medium. TOTAL CREDITS = 36 CREDITS DEPARTMENT OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION PUBLIC RELATIONS (M.A.) Public Relations Thesis Track This program includes a thesis. Students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours at the graduate level with the approval of a faculty advisor. Of the 30 credit hours, 15 credit hours must be at or above the 600 level. No more than six hours will be allowed for advanced projects and directed research (599). Six credit hours will be earned for thesis work. Public Relations students must receive a B or higher in core courses (COM 601, CPR 620, CPR 621, COM 602 OR COM 603). REQUIRED COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS CORE: 12 CREDITS CPR 620 Public Relations Fundamentals (3) CPR 621 Writing for Public Relations (3) Select one of the following courses: COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) or PUBLIC RELATIONS ELECTIVES: 12 CREDITS CPR 501 Crisis Communication and Management (3) CPR 517 Media Relations (3) CPR 533 Sports Publicity, & Promotions (3) CPR 546 Religion, Culture, & Communication (3) CPR 581 Public Relations Experience Program (PREP) (3) CPR 582 International Public Relations (3) CPR 584 Public Relations Management (3) CPR 622 Design Tactics for Public Relations CPR 625 Cases in Public Relations Administration (3) CPR 629 Special Topics Seminar in Public Relations (3) CPR 632 Seminar in Public Relations and Political Campaigns (3) CPR 634 Non-Profit and Public Information Campaigns (3) 785

10 CPR 635 Seminar in Public Relations Measurement (3) CPR 644 Seminar in Public Relations Ethics (3) CPR 650 Strategic Communication in Health Care (3) CPR 660 Corporate Communication and Public Relations (3) COM 615 Social Effects of Mass Communication (3) CPR 690 Public Relations Practicum I (3) No comprehensive examinations are required for this degree. THESIS COM 710 Master s Thesis (Thesis Program) 6 CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS (Thesis Program) = 30 CREDITS Public Relations Professional (Non-thesis) Track Students who elect the professional, non-thesis track must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours at the graduate level with the approval of the faculty advisor. Public Relations students must receive a B or higher in core courses (COM 601, CPR 620, CPR 621, CPR 622, COM 602 OR COM 603). Of the 36 credit hours, 18 must be at or above the 600 level. REQUIRED COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS CORE: 15 CREDITS CPR 620 Public Relations Fundamentals (3) CPR 621 Writing for Public Relations (3) CPR 622 Design Tactics for Public Relations (3) Select one of the following courses: COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) or PUBLIC RELATIONS ELECTIVES (Choose 5): 15 CREDITS CPR 501 Crisis Communication and Management (3) CPR 517 Media Relations (3) CPR 533 Sports Publicity, & Promotions (3) CPR 546 Religion, Culture, & Communication (3) CPR 581 Public Relations Experience Program (PREP) (3) CPR 582 International Public Relations (3) CPR 584 Public Relations Management (3) CPR 625 Cases in Public Relations Administration (3) CPR 629 Special Topics Seminar in Public Relations (3) CPR 632 Seminar in Public Relations and Political Campaigns (3) CPR 634 Non-Profit and Public Information Campaigns (3) CPR 635 Seminar in Public Relations Measurement (3) CPR 644 Seminar in Public Relations Ethics (3) CPR 650 Strategic Communication in Health Care (3) CPR 660 Corporate Communication and Public Relations (3) CPR 690 Public Relations Practicum I (3) COM 615 Social Effects of Mass Communication (3) ELECTIVES: 6 CREDITS 786

11 Six elective credits must be taken outside the School of Communication s Public Relations program, with approval of the program s graduate coordinator. No written comprehensive examinations are required for this degree. COM 720 Continuous Registration Research in Residence (0) (may be required for full time study) TOTAL CREDITS (Non-Thesis Program) = 36 CREDITS J.D./M.A. IN SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION This program allows students to earn a J.D. and an M.A. in Communication in 3 to 3½ years. The three School of Communication programs participating in the joint J.D./M.A. program are Communication Studies, Public Relations, and Journalism. This joint degree program will allow 9 J.D. credits to be applied to the M.A. degree and 6 M.A. credits to be applied to the J.D. degree, saving the student 15 credits between the two programs. In the J.D. program, students will complete 82 credits in the School of Law. Additionally, 6 credits from the School of Communication program will be applied to their Law School transcript, for a total of 88 required J.D. credits. In the M.A. program, students will complete 27 credits in the School of Communication. Additionally, 9 law school credits will be applied toward their master s degree, for a total of 36 required M.A. credits. As defined above, 15 credits will be counted toward both degrees: 6 credits from the School of Law and 9 credits from the School of Communication. During the first year of the joint program, students will be required to attend the J.D. program full-time. Students will be able to take courses in the School of Communication beginning in the fall of their 2L year. Students must complete all J.D. requirements and all M.A. requirements as defined by their programs. Participants in the joint J.D./M.A. program are not required to complete the M.A. capstone project. The thesis-track is not open to students in the J.D./M.A. joint program without specific approval of the School of Communication. Students may take summer law courses, which may reduce the length of the joint degree program by up to one semester. Students may not take more than 16 credits each semester, excluding summer sessions. Seventeen credits per semester may be taken with permission from the Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, School of Law. LAW SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS: Nine Law School credits should come from the following courses: Administrative Law Communications law Constitutional Law II Copyright Law First amendment Law Intellectual Property Law Internet Law Mass Media Law Additional law courses to be considered (depending on the student s particular area of interest) are: Antitrust, Art and the Law, Bankruptcy Law, BA, Civil Procedure, Commercial Law, Consumer Law, Corporate Finance, Criminal Law, Cultural Property & Heritage, Elder 787

12 Law, Election Law, Employment Law, Environmental Law, EU Law, Evidence, Family Law, Financial Regulation, Florida Con Law, Florida Criminal Procedure, Immigration Law, International Finance, International Human Rights, International Law, Latin American Law, Law & Economics, Law & Medicine, Legal Research Techniques, Media & the Law, Mortgage Law, National Security Law, Press Freedoms in the Americas, Public Education Law, Race and the Constitution, Securities Regulation, Sports Law, State & Local Government, Substantive Criminal Law, and Trademark Law. The Law School will accept 6 credits from the following School of Communication courses: (the courses selected will depend on the specific program, e.g., Journalism, Public Relations or Communication Studies, though following consultation with, and approval by, a faculty advisor, substitutions may be allowed) COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) COM 605 Theories and Methods for Mass Communication Research (3) CPR 620 Public Relations Fundamentals (3) CNJ 611 Newswriting and Reporting Seminar (3) or CEM 606 Writing and Reporting Across Platforms (3) CEM 592 Special Topics in Electronic Media: The Business of Modern Journalism (3) COMMUNICATION STUDIES (M.A.): The program has three tracks, each with 9 credits of required courses and 27 credits of elective courses but students in the joint program take 18 credits of electives and transfer 9 credits from the School of Law to make 27 credits. Communication Studies students must receive a B or higher in core courses (COM 601, 602, 603), as well as maintain an overall minimum GPA of 3.0 for all courses. Core courses must be completed during the first year of study, or by completion of 18 credits. Students may select elective courses within the School of Communication or the University; a maximum of six (6) credits thesis track and nine (9) credits non-thesis track may come from outside the School of Communication. Communication Studies Track This program focuses on developing a theoretical foundation with emphasis on applied communication. REQUIRED COMMUNICATION CORE: (Non-Thesis Program) 9 CREDITS COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) ELECTIVES: (Non-Thesis Program) 27 CREDITS COM 615 Social Effects of Mass Communication (3) COM 672 Seminar in Persuasive Communication (3) COS 545 Intercultural Communication: International Perspectives (3) COS 546 Intercultural Communication: Domestic Perspectives (3) COS 560 The Executive Communicator (3) 788

13 COS 591 Advanced Special Topics in Communication Studies (3) COS 599 Advanced Projects and Directed Research (3) COS 674 Seminar in Interpersonal Communication (3) COS 682 Seminar in Organizational Communication (3) COS 684 Organizational Communication Audit Procedures (3) Health Communication Track This program focuses on human communication in a health-care context. REQUIRED COMMUNICATION CORE: (Non-Thesis Programs) 9 CREDITS COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) ELECTIVES: (Non-Thesis Program) 27 CREDITS COS 545 Intercultural Communication: International Perspectives (3) COS 546 Intercultural Communication: Domestic Perspectives (3) COS 591 Advanced Special Topics in Communication Studies: Seminar in Health Communication (3) COS 599 Advanced Projects and Directed Research (3) COS 674 Seminar in Interpersonal Communication (3) COS 682 Seminar in Organizational Communication (3) COM 609 Special Topics (Social Change Communication Theory) (3) COM 672 Seminar in Persuasive Communication (3) HST 536 U.S. Health Care Crisis: Politics and Policies (3) INS 570 Globalization and Health (3) INS 670 Advanced Seminar in International Health (3) NUR 550 Sociopolitical Dynamics of Health Issues (3) SOC 632 Social Psychology of Health Illness (3) SOC 635 Medical Sociology: Issues in Research and Theory (3) SOC 691 Special Topics and Current Issues in Medical Sociology (3) Intercultural Communication Track This program focuses on the way communication functions in intercultural settings, how culture affects the communication process, and the reciprocal effects of intercultural perceptions on policy in the history of East-West relations. REQUIRED COMMUNICATION CORE: (Non-Thesis Program) 9 CREDITS COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) ELECTIVES: (Non-Thesis Program) 27 CREDITS COS 545 Intercultural Communication: International Perspectives (3) COS 546 Intercultural Communication: Domestic Perspectives (3) COS 599 Advanced Projects and Directed Research (3) COS 674 Seminar in Interpersonal Communication (3) 789

14 COS 682 Seminar in Organizational Communication (3) COM 609 Special Topics (Social Change Communication Theory) (3) COM 672 Seminar in Persuasive Communication (3) CNJ 510 Comparative Media Systems(3) INS 513 Information and Communication in International Relations (3) JOURNALISM (M.A.) The program in journalism has 15 credits of required courses and 12 credits of elective courses (plus 9 credits that will be transferred from the School of Law). Law students with particular areas of interest may consult with a faculty advisor in Journalism to request course substitutions. REQUIRED COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM CORE: 15 CREDITS COM 605 Theories and Methods of Communication (3) CNJ 537 The Business of Modern Journalism (3) CEM 606 Writing and Reporting Across Platforms (3) CVJ 521 Seminar in Visual Storytelling (3) CVJ 522 Infographics and Data Visualization (3) ELECTIVE OPTIONS: 12 CREDITS CEM 517 Television News Reporting (3) CEM 527 Television News Producing (3) CEM 630 Topics in Electronic Communication (3) CEM 725 Journalism Internship (3) CMP 540 Programming for Designers (3) CNJ 510 Comparative Media Systems (3) CNJ 511 Global Media (3) CNJ 513 Computer-Assisted Reporting (3) CNJ 515 Reporting and the Internet (3) CNJ 523 Sports Reporting (3) CNJ 544 Feature Writing (3) CNJ 599 Advanced Projects and Directed Research (3) CNJ 609 Internship in Journalism and Media Management (3) CVJ 531 Database Journalism (3) CVJ 550 3D Design and Graphics (3) CVJ 541 Advanced Audio Video Narratives (3) CVJ 551 Advanced Programming (3) CVJ 519 Interactive Storytelling (3) TOTAL CREDITS = 37 CREDITS PUBLIC RELATIONS (M.A. NON-THESIS) This program is focused on public relations with 9 credits of required courses and 18 credits of elective courses (plus 9 credits that will be transferred from the School of Law.) Public Relations students must receive a B or higher in core courses (COM 601, CPR 620, CPR 621, CPR 622, COM 602 OR COM 603). REQUIRED COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS CORE: 15 CREDITS 790

15 CPR 620 Public Relations Fundamentals (3) CPR 621 Writing for Public Relations (3) CPR 622 Design Tactics for Public Relations (3) Select one of the following courses: COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) or The 12 elective credits can be selected from the following courses: CPR 501 Crisis Communication and Management (3) CPR 517 Media Relations (3) CPR 533 Sports Publicity, & Promotions (3) CPR 546 Religion, Culture, & Communication (3) CPR 581 Public Relations Experience Program (PREP) (3) CPR 582 International Public Relations (3) CPR 584 Public Relations Management (3) CPR 625 Cases in Public Relations Administration (3) CPR 629 Special Topics Seminar in Public Relations (3) CPR 632 Seminar in Public Relations and Political Campaigns (3) CPR 634 Non-Profit and Public Information Campaigns (3) CPR 635 Seminar in Public Relations Measurement (3) CPR 644 Seminar in Public Relations Ethics (3) CPR 650 Strategic Communication in Health Care (3) CPR 660 Corporate Communication and Public Relations (3) CPR 690 Public Relations Practicum I (3) COM 615 Social Effects of Mass Communication (3) DEPARTMENT OF CINEMA AND INTERACTIVE MEDIA MOTION PICTURES (M.F.A.) Students must complete a minimum of 66 credit hours with the approval of the faculty advisor. Of the 66 credit hours, at least 24 must be at or above the 600-level, and 12 credit hours at the 700-level must be earned for thesis work. Motion Picture students must maintain an overall minimum GPA of 3.0 for all courses. M.F.A. candidates are expected to follow a set sequence of courses during the first two semesters of their studies. Several courses are required during the second year of studies. Candidates are strongly encouraged to explore not only a primary but also a secondary area of specialization in the program and develop a minimum of two creative projects consistent with their areas of primary interest and secondary specialization. A minimum of 6 credits hours in each area of specialization is required. Under faculty committee supervision, students will develop one or two creative projects in the third year of their studies. All M.F.A. students must demonstrate deeper, critical understanding of motion picture practice in diverse social and cultural contexts. To this purpose, and during their first year of studies, students are expected to produce a short motion picture project abroad. Students are also encouraged to participate in an internship during the summer of the first year or second year of studies. 791

16 This three-year program culminates with a thesis portfolio that demonstrates, not only skillful execution of craft, but strong conceptual development rooted in collaborative work and innovative uses of technology. FIRST YEAR: REQUIRED FALL SEMESTER COURSE WORK: 12 CREDITS CMP 501 Principles of Aesthetics & Analysis (3) CMP 511 Writing the Short Script (3) CMP 520 Cinematography (3) CMP 560 Directing the Actor (3) REQUIRED SPRING SEMESTER COURSE WORK: 12 CREDITS CMP 530 Introduction to Editing (3) CMP 510 Foundations of Screenwriting (3) CMP 570 Producing the Motion Picture (3) CMP 550 Production Workshop I - Narrative (3) SECOND YEAR: REQUIRED FALL SEMESTER COURSE WORK: CMP 650 Production Workshop II Individual Projects (3) CMP 607 Pedagogy and Film (3) 6 CREDITS FALL SEMESTER COURSE OFFERINGS: 6 CREDITS CMP 610 Writing the Feature-length Screenplay (3) CMP 612 Writing for Episodic Television (3) CMP 670 The Business of Motion Pictures (3) CMP 660 Directing Performance and Creative Collaboration (3) CMP 603 Film Directors (3) SPRING SEMESTER COURSE OFFERINGS: 12 CREDITS CMP 611 Re-Writing the Feature Screenplay (3) CMP 653 Documentary Production (3) CMP 661 Directing the Camera (3) CMP 640 Sound Design (3) CMP 630 Advanced Editing (3) CMP 607 National Cinemas (3) THIRD YEAR: RECOMMENDED FALL SEMESTER COURSE WORK: 9 CREDITS CMP 715 MFA THESIS (6) CMP 613 Advanced Writing for Episodic Television (3) CMP 671 Production Management (3) RECOMMENDED SPRING SEMESTER COURSE WORK: 9 CREDITS 792

17 CMP 715 MFA THESIS (6) CMP 672 Marketing and Distribution (3) No more than nine credit hours will be allowed for graduate internships and advanced projects and directed research. Courses may be taken, with program director approval, from other programs or departments within the University of Miami. INTERACTIVE MEDIA (M.F.A.) Students must complete a minimum of 45 credits at the graduate level with an average of B and no grade lower than a C-. Prior written approval is required from both the chair of the interactive media program and the director of graduate studies for transfer credits, for course substitutions as well as for taking a course at another university. Students are required to register for a capstone project seminar. To register for this course, students must complete all courses with a standing 3.0 GPA. The capstone course is designed to help students define and execute their final projects. To graduate, students must complete and present a fully articulated capstone project and related documentation. Students must complete all master s degree requirements within 6 years. Core (Year One 12 credits) CMP 541 Technology Trends CMP 540 Programming for Designers CMP 543 Intro to Systems: Designing Interactivity CMP 542 Physical Computing Individual Elective Experience (27 Credits) CMP 590 Building Interfaces CMP 591 Advanced Systems: Designing Playful Experiences CMP 593 Dynamic Data CVJ 522 Infographics and Data Visualization CMP 555 Application Development for Mobile Devices CMP 621 Game Development Studio CMP 622 UX Research CMP 550 Motion Graphics and Compositing CVJ 550 3D for Graphics CMP 544 Media Activism Electives Students will be able to take 6 elective credits (two courses) across campus. Capstone (6 credits) CMP 625 CoLab Studio: Applied Research Design CMP 624 Capstone Project DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN COMMUNICATION The doctoral program is designed to provide students with the requisite foundation in theory as well as research skills for using communication to make positive change at the societal, community, and individual levels. The program allows learning across content and creative areas, methodological orientations, and platforms of expression for engaged scholarship and 793

18 immersive experience, globally and locally. You will engage with communication theory, research, and practice using advocacy and storytelling, with particular attention to new and social media for social and behavioral change. This will be your niche: conducting research, engaging in immersive experience, and translating these into evaluation-based practice for the well being of community, society and the world. The program includes field research experience and the teaching, writing, and media skills necessary for a career in higher education, research institutions, non-profits, government organizations, media, business, and industry. You may choose from health, environmental, international, intercultural and organizational communication as well as from journalism studies and media development to create an appropriate combination for your career goals. For the doctoral program, students must complete 57 credits of course work beyond the master s degree. Twenty-four credits must be in courses at the 600-level. No transfer credits may count toward these 24 credits, and 12 of the 57 credits must be dissertation credits. The Graduate Admissions and Curriculum Committee decided by consensus that doctoral students cannot take intersession courses. The case for exceptions should be made by department chair/adviser and student at this committee s meetings. REQUIRED CORE COURSES: 21 CREDITS COM 602 Methods of Communication Research (3) COM 604 Advanced Communication Research Methods and Statistics (3) COM 609 Special Topics in Communication (3) COM 698 Seminar in Communication (3) COM 610 Doctoral Colloquium (0) Students must take a total of 9 credits in COM 609 and/or COM 698 or any combination of the two. Students are allowed to take up to six credit hours of Advanced Projects/Directed Readings in total. School of Communication Electives Courses outside the School of Communication 9-12 CREDITS CREDITS Qualifying Examinations All School of Communication Ph.D. students will be given written and oral qualifying examinations following the conclusion of all course work prior to being admitted to candidacy for the Ph.D. degree. A student who fails the exam is given one opportunity to retake it with the permission of the committee and must pass it within one calendar year of failing the first exam. To be admitted to candidacy, students must have successfully completed qualifying exams and received approval from the department chair, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and have submitted all original transcripts and standardized test results. Any student who fails to be admitted to candidacy for the degree within this one-year period will be dismissed from the program. A qualifying exams committee consists of a minimum of four members including the chair. All members must hold a Ph.D. degree or its equivalent. Dissertation 794

19 The dissertation committee may be the same as the student s qualifying exams committee. The guidelines for the composition of the dissertation committee are the same as those for the qualifying exams committee. Students must complete 12 dissertation credits. These credits begin after students have successfully completed their qualifying exams. Students are required to defend a dissertation proposal to the dissertation committee. Students may proceed with the dissertation once the proposal has been approved by the committee and accepted by the director of graduate studies. The dissertation must be an investigation of a substantial scholarly topic and must be defended orally in the presence of the dissertation committee. Students should note that they cannot conduct human subjects research without approval from the University of Miami s Institutional Review Board. Communication Course Listing Communication Studies Course Listing Public Relations Course Listing Electronic Media Course Listing Journalism Course Listing Motion Pictures Course Listing 795

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