COMM 1911: Introduction to Crisis Communication

3 CreditsFreshman Seminar

With this freshman seminar course students will be introduced to key concepts in crisis communication. We will explore key theories and case studies that illustrate the ways individuals and groups communicate during moments of crisis. As a freshman seminar, the course is designed to introduce students to the undergraduate study of communication. Students will begin to develop critical reading and writing skills that are central to a successful undergraduate education. The course bridges the fields of business communication, organizational communication, rhetorical studies, and critical media studies. At the end of the course, students will emerge with better understanding of communicative practices during crises. Students will be encouraged to identify ethical and unethical communication practices. Students will also learn to discuss and recognize the larger societal and political implications of a variety of case studies.

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