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  • Appalachian State University / Commercial Photography (BS)
    City and with many independent photography studios across the country including several world famous photographers such as Annie Leibowitz Norman Jean Roy and David Lachepelle Many pursue careers as successful independent photographers both in the commercial arena and as wedding photographers Graduate school n a People Student Profile Elke Talbot Elke Talbot placed third in the Nikon Everyday Cinema Video Contest in 2015 for her video titled Cake The project challenged students to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary within a two to three minute clip Courses Core courses include Photographic Imaging I Photographic Imaging II History of Photography Form and Media in Photography Issues in Contemporary Photography Shot of the Day Junior Photography Portfolio Advanced Digital Photography View Camera Photography Studio Photography Video Production for Photographers Editorial Photography Professional Photographic Practices Photographic Studio Management Equipment Asset Management Advanced Video Production for Photographers Fashion and Beauty Portraiture Product Photography Commercial Photographic Production Photographic Portfolio Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors A minor is not required with the major but many students do choose to minor in Communications Business or Entrepreneurial Studies View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom FSTOP Faculty and Students to Organize Photographers a student photography club Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Commercial Photography program runs a summer course trip to Italy spending three weeks traveling and photographing the country from Tuscany to the Amalfi coast Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Commercial Photography program is accredited by National Association of Schools of Art and Design It has strong support from industry partners in equipment donations and loans Faculty members have many years of professional experience and transfer this practical knowledge to students This program is one of just a handful of four year degree programs in the country dedicated to commercial photography at an affordable public institution Internship host sites include Amazon s photography studios Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia in New York to local North Carolina independent photographers Internationally recognized photographers present evening lectures Past lecturers include John Fedelle Dixie Dixon David Stoecklein and Michel Tcherevkoff Courses engage in service learning projects for community partners such as Watauga Humane Society Number of Students 120 130 with another 30 40 students pursuing the program s minor Method of Delivery On campus only Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Art John Latimer Program Coordinator latimerjs appstate edu 828 262 6562 Department of Art The Department of Art offers programs in Art Education Art History Art Management Commercial Photography Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Graphic Design and Studio Art College of Fine and Applied Arts Appalachian State University s College of Fine and Applied Arts is a dynamic and innovative group of academic departments including Applied Design Art Communication Military Science and Leadership Sustainable Development Sustainable Technology and the

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  • Appalachian State University / Communication Sciences and Disorders (BS)
    Hearing Science Laboratory Language Disorders Across the Lifespan Speech Disorders Across the Lifespan Cultural Diversity and Communication Disorders Syndromes and Conditions with Associated Communication Disorders Sign Language I Sign Language II Evaluating Research in Communication Sciences and Disorders Writing in the Discipline Communication Development Structural Analysis of Language Audiology Management of Hearing Disorders Neuroanatomy and Physiology Adult Language Disorders Senior Capstone Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors A minor is not required View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom National Student Speech Language Hearing Association NSSLHA a pre professional membership association for students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders National membership is available to undergraduate graduate or doctoral students enrolled full or part time in a communication sciences program or related major ASU American Sign Language Club a student organization that raises awareness for the deaf community and knowledge of ASL through events and fundraisers Operation Smile club a student organization in support of the international medical charity Autism Speaks U a student organization that promotes autism awareness within the local community acts as an advocate for people with autism and sponsors fundraising events for autism research Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements Admission to the program is highly competitive Students apply for admission in their sophomore year Requirements for admission include Have earned at least 45 semester hours and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3 0 at time admission is offered Have obtained a B or higher in CSD 2259 Introduction to Communication Disorders CSD 2260 Anatomy and Physiology RC 2001 and a science course of at least 3 semester hours See a complete list of requirements Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students pursue a major that focuses on normal development of speech language and hearing processes as well as associated disorder areas In their last year in the program students complete 25 observation hours in the university s Communication Disorders Clinic This gives them exposure to individuals with communication disorders Appalachian has a master s degree program in Speech Language Pathology so many students continue in this program The student organization NSSLHA offers community and opportunities to learn about the profession and people it serves Method of Delivery On campus only Careers These require education beyond a bachelor s degree Speech Language Pathologist Audiologist Educator Psychologist Linguist View more career possibilities Contacts Beaver College of Health Sciences Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Dr Louise Keegan keeganlc appstate edu 828 262 8313 Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is devoted to the study of human communication and associated disorders The department offers the Bachelor of Science Degree B S in Communication Sciences and Disorders and the Master of Science Degree M S in Speech Language Pathology Beaver College of Health Sciences The Beaver College of Health Sciences opened in

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  • Appalachian State University / Communication Studies (BS)
    theoretical approaches to communication Students can expect significant reading and discussion Contexts Courses in this area focus on exploring the role communication plays in society politics health settings and other realms Students can expect specialized readings discussion and practical applications Analysis Courses in this area focus on conducting original research in communication Students can expect advanced writing requirements in most of these classes Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Communication Studies BS Communication Electronic Media Broadcasting BS Communication Journalism BS Communication Public Relations BS Minors A minor is required Popular minors include Marketing Business Sociology Psychology Political Science English View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian Communicators a student club for Communication Studies majors Intercollegiate debate team open to all majors AppSpeaks a student club for campus debate and discussion Socrates Café part of the on campus debate discussion program Student Media Showcase a section of the Department of Communication that highlights student writing photography videography and audio work from in class and extracurricular opportunities National Conference for Undergraduate Research a national conference held annually at which students are selected to present research Carolinas Communication Association sponsors the Jarrard undergraduate paper competition Southern States Communication Association sponsors the Clevenger Undergraduate Honors Conference Celebration of Research and Creative Endeavors a day at Appalachian devoted to student research showcasing research in all disciplines by undergraduate and graduate students Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Communication has study abroad opportunities in Poland Belize and Armenia and a dual degree program in Mexico Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students are given opportunities to participate in research and publication with faculty members This program allows students to choose from a broad range of classes giving them a personalized communication degree to fit their career goals Examples include political communication organizational communication rhetoric and public culture health communication critical cultural studies and strategic communication The Department of Communication has an internship coordinator to help students find internship host sites and receive class credit for their work The department has a strong alumni network that keeps alumni faculty and current students connected Students can participate in a dual degree program and earn two undergraduate degrees in communication one from Appalachian and the other from a partner university in Mexico the Universidad de las Américas Puebla UDLAP Watch video Number of Students Approximately 130 Method of Delivery On campus and Online Careers Attorney College universities Consumer magazines Educational and professional Government agencies Meeting planning nonprofit organizations publishing companies Religious organizations Retail stores Trade associations Trade books magazines View more career opportunities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Communication Dr Jean DeHart Department chair dehart2jl appstate edu 828 262 2402 Department of Communication The Department of Communication offers degrees in Communication Studies Electronic Media Broadcasting

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  • Appalachian State University / Communication, Advertising (BS)
    Ethics in Advertising Advertising Campaigns Students also choose courses with a creative emphasis or a business emphasis Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Communication Studies BS Communication Electronic Media Broadcasting BS Communication Journalism BS Communication Public Relations BS Minors A minor is required Popular choices are Marketing Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Business Photography Art View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Advertising Club The advertising club is associated with the American Advertising Federation and is advised by three faculty members The club hosts industry guest speakers and takes field trips to advertising locations across North Carolina The Appalachian This is the university s newspaper run by students for students It features an advertising department where students are paid on commission and learn how to sell advertisement opportunities to local businesses WASU Named mtvU s college radio station of the year in 2012 WASU provides music and talk radio for students and the surrounding area Students can become involved in the advertising side of the station by taking one credit hour class completing six observation hours and passing the final exam AppTV The department s cable television station gives students experience in television production and also provides internship opportunities Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Communication has study abroad opportunities in Poland Belize and Armenia and a dual degree program in Mexico Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Advertising Club acts in conjunction with the American Advertising Association to organize visits to potential employers It also offers opportunities to work on networking and interview skills It is possible to earn this degree fully online This degree s Program of Study allows students to tailor their course list for their individual career goals Example a student wanting to focus on the creative aspect of advertising can choose classes in art and design while a student focused on the industry s business side can take more business classes Faculty members industry experience deepens your connection to the industry and teaches the practical skills that complement theory The Department of Communication offers an internship coordinator to help students find internship host sites and receive class credit for their work The department has a strong alumni network that keeps alumni faculty and current students connected Students can participate in a dual degree program and earn two undergraduate degrees in communication one from Appalachian and the other from a partner university in Mexico the Universidad de las Américas Puebla UDLAP Watch video Number of Students Approximately 150 Method of Delivery On campus or online Careers Advertising Account Executive Advertising Copywriter Advertising Manager Advertising Media Planner Advertising Salesperson Art Director Advertising Consumer Products Salesperson Corporate Designer Creative Director Electronic Publication Specialist Export Manager Fundraising Coordinator Graphic Artist Illustrator Advertising Illustrator Editorial Print Production Coordinator Promotion Coordinator

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  • Appalachian State University / Communication, Electronic Media/Broadcasting (BS)
    Year Guide Related Programs Communication Studies BS Communication Advertising BS Communication Public Relations BS Communication Journalism BS Minors A minor is required Popular minors include General Business Political Science Criminal Justice Computer Information Systems Psychology Sociology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom National Broadcasting Society NBS sessions teach students about job workshops internship opportunities resume building broadcasting issues professionalism and professional contacts NBS also offers hands on experience through videotaping and marketing Appalachian s commencement exercises The Broadcast Education Association BEA offers regional and national conferences and opportunities for students to showcase their works AppTV The department s cable television station gives students experience in television production and also provides internship opportunities WASU Named mtvU s college radio station of the year in 2012 WASU provides music and talk radio for students and the surrounding area To become involved students must take a one credit hour class complete six observation hours and pass the final exam The Appalachian Appalachian s student run newspaper features a video desk and offers students experience reporting in news sports and entertainment Students can join at any level Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Communication has study abroad opportunities in Poland Belize and Armenia and a dual degree program in Mexico Admission Requirements The Electronic Media Broadcasting degree has a resource based admission policy and accepts students each semester based on GPA In order to apply a student must satisfactorily complete COM 1200 and must have at least a 2 0 GPA to be considered Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Electronic Media Broadcasting program is located in the Beasley Media Complex which opened in 2013 and houses 20 audio and video editing suits modern TV studios and interactive classrooms The Kellar Radio Talent Institute provides an opportunity for students to learn from industry professionals about the various aspects of the industry Students must apply On campus learning opportunities include the award winning radio station WASU Appalachian Athletics and AppTV Students are strongly encouraged to participate in internships Host sites include CNN Weather Channel the David Letterman Show and radio and TV stations in Charlotte N C Columbia S C and other markets The Department of Communication offers a full time internship coordinator to help students find internship host sites and receive class credit for their work The department has a strong alumni network that keeps alumni faculty and current students connected Students can participate in a dual degree program and earn two undergraduate degrees in communication one from Appalachian and the other from a partner university in Mexico the Universidad de las Américas Puebla UDLAP Watch video Number of Students 220 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Anchor Person Audio Engineer Creative Director Director Executive Producer Field Producer Floor Manager Media Buyer Radio or TV Narrator News Commentator Radio or TV News Reporter Photojournalist Producer Radio Program Director Radio Reporter Radio or

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  • Appalachian State University / Communication, Journalism (BS)
    Courses Students are required to take classes that explore the multi media nature of journalism and communications including News Reporting and Writing Copy Editing Minorities in Media Health and Mass Media Audio Video Production Feature Writing Photojournalism Design for Print and Interactive Media Multimedia Storytelling Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Communication Studies BS Communication Advertising BS Communication Electronic Media Broadcasting BS Communication Public Relations BS English BA Creative Writing Minors A minor is required Students are advised to choose their minors in one of two ways Students who are interested in preparing to report on or broaden their education with an area of expertise often choose a minor accordingly For example students who want to report on music may choose a music minor while a student who wants to cover business may choose to minor in business Students who are not interested in pursuing an expertise are advised to pick a minor that will further develop a skill set such as writing or multi media storytelling Students often choose a minor in English a foreign language Media Studies Communication or Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology View a complete list of minors View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi Students involved in SPJ make valuable professional contacts and have access to several professional publications for journalists The Appalachian This is the university s newspaper run by students for students Students can join for experience in the writing copy editing leadership marketing and business sides of the newspaper The Peel Literature and Arts Review The student literature and arts review is released at the end of fall while both an online and print edition are released at the end of spring semester AppTV The department s cable television station gives students experience in television reporting and production Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Communication has study abroad opportunities in Poland Belize and Armenia and a dual degree program in Mexico Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian To adapt with the ever changing world of media Appalachian s journalism students learn how to collect information and produce multi media stories Class guest speakers and department wide speaking events by alumni and others enhance students professional knowledge and networking This program gives students a multi faceted skill set useful beyond journalism they develop critical thinking skills learn to find information and report it back to their audience The Department of Communication has an internship coordinator to help students find internship host sites and receive class credit for their work The department has a strong alumni network that keeps alumni faculty and current students connected Students can participate in a dual degree program and earn two undergraduate degrees in communication one from Appalachian and the other from a

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  • Appalachian State University / Communication, Public Relations (BS)
    could turn his interests into a viable career prospect Alumna Profile Melinda Hayton 15 This recent graduate landed an opportunity in New York City one week after her December commencement Courses Students must complete core communications courses plus two writing courses Introduction to Media Publishing Media Graphics Communication Research Methods Public Relations Principles Professional Ethics in PR Public Relations Campaigns and capstone level Public Relations Seminar Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Communication Studies BS Communication Advertising BS Communication Electronic Media Broadcasting BS Communication Journalism BS English BA Professional Writing Minors A minor is required Students should choose a relevant minor in consultation with their academic advisor Suggested minors include English General Business Marketing Non Profit Management Political Science Psychology Sociology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Public Relations Student Society of America provides an opportunity for students to become involved in the professional association of their field PRSSA offers leadership and networking opportunities such as the national PRSA PRSSA conference where students meet other public relations students and professionals from across the nation Carolinas Communication Association sponsors the Jarrard undergraduate paper competition Southern States Communication Association sponsors the Clevenger Undergraduate Honors Conference Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society The Department of Communication has study abroad opportunities in Poland Belize and Armenia and a dual degree program in Mexico Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Appalachian has a PRSSA chapter which gives students the opportunity to attend annual conferences and build leadership skills by holding executive positions Appalachian s PRSSA chapter takes trips to public relations locations in New York City each year In the Public Relations Campaign class students develop a PR campaign for a real client and have the option of entering their campaign in the Arthur W Page Society s Case Study Competition in Corporate Communications The Department of Communication has an internship coordinator to help students find internship host sites and receive class credit for their work The department has a strong alumni network that keeps alumni faculty and current students connected Students can participate in a dual degree program and earn two undergraduate degrees in communication one from Appalachian and the other from a partner university in Mexico the Universidad de las Américas Puebla UDLAP Watch video Number of Students 225 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Campaign Manager Communications Director Corporate Communications Specialist Creative Director Events Planner Fundraiser Grant Writer Human Resources Manager Labor Relations Manager Market Researcher Marketing Analyst Media Analyst Media Relations Coordinator Program Coordinator Nonprofit Public Information Officer Public Relations Manager View more career opportunities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Communication Dr Jean DeHart Department chair dehart2jl appstate edu 828 262 2402 Department of Communication The Department of Communication offers degrees in Communication Studies Electronic Media Broadcasting Advertising Journalism

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  • Appalachian State University / Community and Regional Planning (BS)
    Land Use Regulations Introduction to Quantitative Methods Senior Seminar and an internship Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Geography BA Geography BS General Geography Geography BS Geographic Information Systems Minors A minor is not required Popular minors include GIS Certificate Sustainable Development Building Science View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom The Student Planners Association SPA and Appalachian Geographical Society are student run university recognized organizations consisting of major and non major members who are interested in fellowship outings fun and learning more about planning and geography Gamma Theta Upsilon Honor Society is an international honorary academic society for geographers founded in 1928 To join you must be enrolled in any of the geography majors and meet one of two GPA requirements North Carolina ArcGIS Users Group is a non profit organization that creates a forum for the exchange and distribution of knowledge techniques and data for people across North Carolina using associated with ESRI and GIS software North Carolina Geographic Alliance Since 1987 the North Carolina Geographic Alliance has sought to enhance geographic education in North Carolina Schools Over the years the NCGA has produced teaching materials provided professional development and advocated for geography as an integral part of the curriculum Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society There are currently faculty led trips to study planning and community development in Ecuador and Peru Dr Baker Perry also takes 15 students to study climate change in the Andean region each summer Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Undergraduate students have many opportunities to work with faculty on research projects such as developing an alternative transportation system for Watauga County See more research Students have the opportunity to pursue an undergraduate GIS certificate which makes them even more employable in a high demand job market The Department of Geography and Planning offers a graduate certificate in planning and a Master of Arts in Geography Students can pursue Appalachian s accelerated master s program and receive their graduate certificate in planning or Master of Arts in Geography in one year as opposed to two years by taking graduate coursework during their senior year Number of Students Approximately 60 students in the Department of Geography and Planning Method of Delivery On campus only Careers City Planner Community Developer Environmental Impact Analyst Geographer Geographic Information Systems Industrial Developer Planner Land Developer Map Curator Librarian Park Ranger Planning Director Real Estate Agent Broker Appraiser Soil Conservationist Surveyor Transportation Planner Urban Regional Planner View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Geography and Planning Dr Kathleen Schroeder Department Chair schroederk appstate edu 828 262 7055 Department of Geography and Planning The Department of Geography and Planning promotes the understanding of the spatial dimensions of human behavior within the physical

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