Scholarships and Honors Program
Scholarships for juniors and first-semester seniors are available through a fund established in the name of Gary Evans. Applications are taken early in the spring semester.
A chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the honorary society of the National Communication Association, has been established.
Pass/No credit Courses
Except for CMST 399 (Internship), CMST majors and minors must take all courses in their major, minor, options, concentrations and licensures on a grade-only basis. The P/NC option is available to non-majors except for CMST 191 and CMST 499. Courses offered on a pass/no credit only or grade only basis are so designated in the course descriptions.
Students declaring a major or minor in CMST should anticipate a minimum of four academic semesters (not including summer sessions) to complete CMST courses in sequence. Students majoring in communication studies must earn a minimum GPA of 2.50 in their major; no grade below a “C” is accepted. These standards apply to both CMST courses and courses taken through other departments to fulfill CMST major requirements.
General Education Program Intensive Requirements
Students may use intensive courses to satisfy both General Education Program and major requirements. Intensive courses will usually be in the student's major or minor program. The Department of Communication Studies offers the following intensive courses in the General Education Program:
Critical Analysis [M]
Dr. Jin Xu
For Communication Club
Dr. Scott Boras