LSA Course Guide Search Results: UG, Fall 2019, Subject = COMM

The mission of the Department of Communication and Media is to study and teach about the mass media and emerging media: their evolution, their effects, their uses by everyday people, and their regulation and industry practices. We are dedicated to cultivating thorough-going media literacy among our students, and to producing cutting-edge scholarship about the media’s impact on individuals and society.

Upper-Level Writing Requirement (ULWR)

Courses meeting the LSA Upper-Level Writing Requirement in Communication and Media are numbered COMM 350-399.

Quantitative Reasoning (QR) Requirement.

Comm 221 meets the Quantitative Reasoning requirement set by LSA. This course is offered as an elective in the major.

Capstone Courses

All spaces in the Capstone seminars are reserved for declared senior Communication and Media majors. Majors may only take one single capstone course (COMM 450-490) to count toward the major requirements.

COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA WAITLIST POLICY

Department policy requires students to attend the first two seminars or lectures of the course. For lecture courses with discussion/lab sections, department policy requires students to attend the first two lectures and first discussion/lab section of the course. Failure to do so may result in the student being administratively dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Waitlist and Permission Policies

For all classes, the department uses the electronic waitlist system in Wolverine Access once the class fills. Priority on the waitlist is determined, not by sequential order, but by the department policies listed below.

WAITLIST PRIORITIES IN COMM 101 and COMM 102:

  1. Sophomores, including those with Junior class standing due to Advanced Placement credit (54 credits or less after exclusion of AP credit)
  2. Freshmen
  3. Juniors
  4. Seniors

WAITLIST PRIORITIES IN 200-, 300- and 400-LEVEL COURSES

  1. Senior declared Communication and Media majors
  2. Junior declared Communication and Media majors
  3. Sophomore declared Communication and Media majors
  4. All other undergraduate students in order of sequence on the electronic waitlist

Permission Procedures

Permissions are approved only by faculty after the term begins. Permissions are issued within 24 business hours of department staff receiving them from the instructor. Students offered permission will receive an e-mail with registration information from Wolverine Access.

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