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        On May 28, Chancellor Gary S. May wrote:

        “The events of this week also cause me to believe even more strongly, if that’s possible, in building an inclusive environment that recognizes and respects people of all backgrounds and experiences. I remain committed to that and hope you will do what you can to eliminate racism, sexism, and other negative influences on our progression as a nation.”

        We join Chancellor May in these efforts toward building diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment in the Department of Communication and at the University of California Davis. To learn more, including a list of resources are available for students in crisis, need of support, or who have experienced racism or bias, click?here.

        Important Covid-19 Information:

        In light of the Covid-19 situation, ?all UC Davis Spring 2020 course will move to virtual instruction. ?As a result, the department’s administrative functions have moved to remote work conditions until further notice. ?At this time, the preferred method of contact for departmental staff members is e-mail; please visit our?administrative staff contact page?for further information.

        Major Requirements

        The UC Davis undergraduate major in communication encompasses 65 units, consisting of 25 units of preparatory subject matter and 40 units of depth subject matter
        Required preparatory lower-division courses

        Each student must complete the following courses before graduating. Students must maintain a 2.0 grade average in these courses.

        ANT 4: Introduction to?Anthropological Linguistics?OR?LIN 1: Introduction to Linguistics

        ECS 15: Introduction to Computers?OR?PHI 12: Introduction to Symbolic Logic?OR CMN 12Y: Data Visualization in the Social Sciences

        PSC 1: General Psychology

        SOC 1: Introduction to Sociology

        STA 13: Elementary Statistics?OR?SOC 46B: Introduction to Social Research

        CMN 10v: Introduction to Communication

        Required lower-division course (Choose ONE course below — 4 units)

        CMN 1: Introduction to Public Speaking** ??OR

        CMN 3: Interpersonal Communication Competence** OR

        CMN 5:?Global English and Communication**

        **This is a required lower division course that does not count toward declaration of the CMN major.

        Required upper-division prerequisites (depth subject matter — 20 units)

        CMN 101: Communication Theories

        CMN 102: Empirical Methods in Communication

        CMN 120: Interpersonal Communication

        CMN 140: Introduction to Mass Communication

        CMN 170v: Digital Technology and Social Change OR CMN 172: Computer-Mediated Communication

        Upper-division elective courses (Choose FIVE additional courses from below – 20 units)

        Basic Communication Processes:

        CMN 110: Communication Networks

        CMN 111: Gender Differences in Communication

        CMN 112: Theories of Persuasion

        CMN 114: Communication and Cognition

        Group and Organizational Communication:

        CMN 130: Group Communication

        CMN 131: Strategic Communication in Public Relations

        CMN 132: Social Media for Public Relations

        CMN 136: Organizational Communication

        CMN 139: Advanced Organizational Communication

        Interpersonal Communication:

        CMN 121: Language Use in Conversation

        CMN 122: Nonverbal Communication

        CMN 123: Intercultural Communication

        CMN 124: Family Communication

        Health Communication:

        CMN 161: Health Communication

        CMN 165: Media and Health

        Information and Communication Technology:

        CMN 150v: Computational Social Sciences

        CMN 151: Simulating Communication Processes

        CMN 170v: Digital Technology and Social Change

        CMN 172: Computer-Mediated Communication

        CMN 174: Social Media

        CMN 176: Video Games Theory and Research

        CMN 178: Persuasive Technologies

        Special Topics Classes

        CMN 180: Current Topics in Communication

        CMN 189: Proseminar A (Social Interaction),
        B (Mass Communication), C (Health Communication)
        or D (Organizational Communication)

        Mass Communication:

        CMN 141: Media Effects: Theory and Research

        CMN 142: News Policies and Practices

        CMN 143: Analysis of Media Messages

        CMN 144: Media Entertainment

        CMN 145: Political Communication

        CMN 146: Communication Campaigns

        CMN 147: Children, Adolescents, and the Media

        CMN 148: Contemporary Trends in Media

        Alternate Electives:

        ANT 117: Language and Society

        ANT 120: Language and Culture

        ECN 122: Theory of Games and Strategic Behavior

        LIN 171: Introduction to Psycholinguistics

        LIN 177: Computational Linguistics

        LIN 182: Multilingualism

        POL 165: Mass Media and Politics

        PSC 100: Introduction to Cognitive Psychology

        PSC 107: Questionnaire and Survey Research Methods

        PSC 152: Social Cognition

        PSC 154: Psychology of Emotion

        SOC 126: Social Interaction

        SOC 175: Mass Communication

        STA 102: Introduction to Probability Modeling and Statistical Inference

        STA 106: Applied Statistical Methods: Analysis of Variance

        STA 108: Applied Statistical Methods: Regression Analysis

        (Up to a total of 4 units taken from 198/199/194H per quarter may be counted as an elective, for a total of no more than 8 units.?CMN 192 and 197T do not count toward fulfillment of major requirements.)

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