Syllabus Bank Created

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The Syllabus Bank is now available for CCSN members! If you click on the syllabus links below and you are not logged in as a member, then the content will be restricted.

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Below is a this fall’s initial list (as of 8.9.17). If you are a member, please add to the syllabus bank with some of your own syllabi. Enjoy!

  1. Argumentation and Debate, Joel Ward, Geneva College
  2. Christianity and Communication, Matthew Melton, Lee University
  3. Communication Architecture, Joel Ward, Geneva College
  4. Communication and Religion, Mark Williams, California State University, Sacramento
  5. Communication, Spirituality, and Service, Mary Darling, Spring Arbor University
  6. Communication Theory and Research, Paul Patton, Spring Arbor University
  7. Interpersonal Communication, Core 100 (using Quentin Schultze and Diane Badzinski’s book, An Essential Guide to Interpersonal Communication,┬áBaker Academic, 2015), Mary Darling, Spring Arbor University
  8. Interpersonal Communication, Joel Ward, Geneva College
  9. Introduction to Communication, Mary Darling, Spring Arbor University
  10. Popular Culture, Paul Patton, Spring Arbor University
  11. Principles of Communication, Joel Ward, Geneva College
  12. Relational Communication, Bill Strom, Trinity Western University
  13. Religious Communication, Heidi Campbell, Texas A & M
  14. Rhetoric, Mary Darling, Spring Arbor University
  15. Special Topics: Listen, Laugh, and Love, Quentin Schultze, Calvin College, Professor Emeritus
  16. Syllabus MCOM 171: Introduction to Communication, Bill Strom, Trinity Western University (based on his book More Than Talk: A Convenantal Approach to Everyday Communication, 4th ed., Kendall Hunt, 2013)

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