By: Ema Kulenovic, Nick Henkel, Josh Steinbeck Message Design 1, SCC 200, is a required course for the Strategic and Corporate Communication program in the School of Communication. This course introduces students to the basic principles of creating effective message campaigns, the initial stages of planning and designing message campaigns, as well as effective persuasion.
By: Paloma Leiton, Madi Murphy, Julia Ross, and Ashton Smith Research methods is all about learning to “process, exchange, and interpret” ideas and information… what does this mean? While we have all probably created a quick survey utilizing Google Surveys or SurveyMonkey, did you know there is a ‘correct and proper’ way to write a
Written by: Melissa Gutierrez & Madison Sharkey As Communication or Strategic & Corporate Communication majors at Chapman, taking COM 151 (Mass Communication) is a pivotal point in our careers. In this class, students not only learn what Mass Communication is and the essential concepts that are introduced in this class,. So, what is Mass Communication?
by Cara Cummings and Meghan McNamara Are you planning to study abroad or take a travel course? Do you plan on working for an international company? Intercultural Communication (COM211) will help prepare you for all of these experiences and more. As our world continues to become increasingly globalized, competence in intercultural communication has become a vital
With the rise of social media and a 24/7 news cycle big companies and organizations are experiencing different crisis situations that have the potential to make or break the future of their business. Did you know this could be a job?! Welcome to SCC 420, Risk and Crisis Communication. If you want to know you
When asking college graduates to explain the most impactful experience they had in college, most of them say…..studying abroad. When asked what they most regret? Most graduates answer……not studying abroad. Needless to say, going to another country for the purpose of studying and really getting to know the culture is a life changing event for
College. It’s that chapter of life when we think we must suddenly have the answers to everything. With the plethora of expectations that comes with #adulting, it can be quite overwhelming to approach such a drastic life shift; believe me, I was that anxious mess. However, as a current sophomore looking back on her first
When intellectual curiosity meets persistence, anything is achievable. During Fall of my sophomore year, I enrolled in Research Methods with Dr. Keith Weber simply expecting a tough but practical class that I would soon forget; rather, that was the beginning of my love affair with the integration of statistics, theory, and experimentation into the single
As a Strategic and Corporate Communication Major, I have heard and have said the phrase, “I am studying communicationS” many times. These people (including me) have been actually saying it wrong all along. The correct way to say it is without the “s”. They are specifically studying Communication (no S). Why is this? Is there
by Shannon Gerdts, Sophie Weil, and Brittany Zamora Do you find yourself interested in MARKETING and ADVERTISING? What if I told you that you could create an entire marketing campaign! In the School of Communication that sort of hands-on experience is guaranteed. We call that class Message Design II. Keep reading and we’ll give you