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  • Faculty | Tougaloo College
    Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Humanities English Department Faculty Dorothy Terry Ph D Interim Chair of English Department Assistant Professor of English 601 977 7752 dterry tougaloo edu Carmen Abston Ph D Assistant Professor of English 601 977 5278 cabston tougaloo edu Margaret Anderson Assistant Professor of Speech 601 977 7894 manderson tougaloo edu Carmen Anderico Instructor of Spanish 601 977 7897 canderico tougaloo edu Mary P Davis Associate Professor of French 601

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  • Major Requirements | Tougaloo College
    Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Humanities Liberal Studies Religious Studies Major Requirements Students completing the Interdisciplinary Career Oriented Humanities Major program must demonstrate the knowledge competencies and skills expected to have been attained during matriculation in the program including the values ideas ideals and cultures of human beings in order to better realize the inter relatedness of human knowledge and activity This knowledge will be demonstrated by a mandatory departmental comprehensive examination and the student s Senior Thesis Administered by the Liberal Studies Department faculty the departmental comprehensive examination is comprised of questions derived from courses in the core curriculum and the individual student s chosen area of concentration The examination format may consist of multiple choice questions critical essays and problem solving exercises The minimum competency for the exam is 70 equivalent to a grade of C and success of the exam is based upon the number of students passing the examination in the first or second attempt The Senior Thesis will be written by the student in conjunction with a First and Second Reader which may or may not also include the student s advisor Prior to the submission of the final draft of the student s Senior Thesis both readers will have to approve the academic quality and standards of the final draft The graduating student will also be required to publicly present the findings of their Senior Thesis research and writing to the College community The comprehensive examination data and the quality of the Senior Theses will be used to assess the overall effectiveness of the program and are indicators of knowledge retention and integration by students The student majoring in Humanities will complete four interdisciplinary courses HUM 211 212 311 and 312 and fifteen semester hours beyond the general education level in one humanistic discipline such as Art English Music African American Studies Speech History or Philosophy and Religion This latter discipline will be called the student s primary discipline The student will also complete three semester hours in the performing arts plastic and visual arts or creative writing A very important part of the students program is their career electives In keeping with a carefully developed career plan students will elect a variety of relevant career related courses from throughout the College curriculum Students are also encouraged to elect career internships and cooperative education Either semester of Arts and Ideas HUM 211 or 212 or HUM 311 may be taken separately to satisfy the Humanities requirement in General Education Philosophy and Religion Philosophy and Religion is a service area and does not offer a major Students may elect Philosophy and Religion as their emphasis under the Liberal Studies major The courses in Philosophy and Religion aim to provide the students with an understanding of the place of philosophical and religious thought in liberal learning These courses also aim to provide them with the tools needed for logical and

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  • Course Descriptions | Tougaloo College
    will conduct an individually designed program of reading and research on an approved topic A research paper of substantial length will be produced Required of all ICOHM majors Prerequisites HUM 311 or passing grade on English Proficiency Examination Credit 3 Semester Hour HUM 411 Career Internship The student may elect to complete a twelve week period of at least ten hours per week in an employing organization Prior to registering for the course the student the college sponsor and the supervisor in the host organization agree upon the goals and nature of the experience Students keep a daily log and attend regularly scheduled sessions to explore ethical issues and the relationship of their work experiences to their academic experiences The course is open to any junior or senior in the interdisciplinary humanities program or in any humanistic discipline upon presentation of evidence of having obtained a college sponsor and developed a goal statement The course may be repeated once for credit provided the student does not present credit for Cooperative Education toward the degree Credit 3 Semester Hour Philosophy Courses PHI PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy An historical and thematic survey of some of the major areas of Human Civilization through an examination of literature history music philosophy religion art and other manifestations of culture Some attention will be given to African and Eastern cultures Course may be used to satisfy the Humanities general education requirement Credit 3 Semester Hour PHI 103 Logic and Effective Thinking The development of sound and valid reasoning Includes inductive and deductive reasoning propaganda analysis argument analysis and evaluation detection of fallacies and psychological factors that affect the thinking process Offered each semester Credit 3 Semester Hour PHI 202 Ethics The issues and principles underlying problems of choice and value judgments will be studied Emphasis will be on applying critical thinking to ethical decisions Offered every third semester Credit 3 Semester Hour PHI 301 Introduction to Christian Thought A study of selected Christian concepts Topics include but are not limited to Christology formation of the Bible man nature and purpose of the Church Offered every third semester Prerequisites ENG 102 or Instructor s approval Credit 3 Semester Hour PHI 302 Philosophy of Religion A philosophical investigation of some of the main concepts of religion such as salvation God faith and morality Also examines ritual practices and the justification for holding religious beliefs Includes readings from representative philosophers and theologians Offered every third semester Prerequisites ENG 102 or Instructor s approval Credit 3 Semester Hour PHI 303 Topics in Philosophical Thought Allows the students to investigate areas of the discipline not covered in other course offerings such as Philosophy of Black Americans and Introduction to the Bible Prerequisites ENG 102 or Instructor s approval Credit 3 Semester Hour PHI 304 Black Religion The course will deal with the African American religious experience as a continuum Historical events have influenced Black Religion and have provided a diverse African American philosophical religious world view Students will examine this

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  • Faculty | Tougaloo College
    Relations Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Owens Health and Wellness Active Life Program Central Mississippi Area Health Education Center Community Outreach Delta Health Partners Farm Aid Fitness Center Jackson Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Y O U C A N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Humanities Liberal Studies Religious Studies Faculty William Green Ph D Department Chair Associate Professor of

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  • Major Requirements | Tougaloo College
    Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Humanities Mass Communications Department Major Requirements Students declaring a major in Mass Communication must have and maintain an overall GPA of at least 2 75 Students must make a C or better in all Mass Communication courses The liberal arts curriculum at Tougaloo College requires that students earn 124 hours to complete graduation requirements This includes 56 58 General Education Requirements The department offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications Students must choose from four 4 areas of emphasis directly related to the study of mass communication Journalism Public Relations Advertising and Radio and Television Broadcasting All majors will complete 27 30 hours of required courses and 12 15 hours in the emphasis areas Students may choose up to two areas of emphasis Course Numbering Course number identify the level of the course The following sequences of numbers have been assigned to courses in the Department of Mass Communication 100 Freshman Level 200 Sophomore Level 300 Junior Level 400 Senior Level Students who are at the Freshman Sophomore level will not be allowed to enroll in courses at the Junior Senior level unless all prerequisites have been met Course Abbreviations The following course abbreviations will be used to identify emphasis areas within the Department of Mass Communication COM Core Courses all students are required to take these courses COJ Journalism Emphasis COP Public Relations Emphasis COA Advertising Emphasis COB Radio and Television Broadcasting Emphasis Required Courses for Mass Communications Class Class Name Credit Hours COM 101 Introduction to Mass Communications 3 COM 111 Introduction to Mass Communications Theory 3 COM 112 Basic News Writing 3 COM 113 Voice and Diction 3 COM 211 Research and Writing in Mass Communications 3 COM 212 Media Ethics and Social Responsibility 3 COM 311 Mass Communication Law 3 COM 313 Graphics for Promotional Media 3 COM 411 Internship 3 6 30 33 Credit Hours Mass Communication Electives 6 hours required Class Class Name Credit Hours COM 314 Persuasion 3 COM 412 Mass Media in Society 3 COM 413 Seminar in Mass Communications alternate topics 3

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  • Course Descriptions | Tougaloo College
    cameras and digital darkroom software This course also focuses on how Mass Communication professionals make their own photographs suitable for publications in newspapers magazines and other publications Prerequisites COM 101 COM 111 COM 112 Credit 3 Semester Hours COM 313 Graphics for Promotional Media This course will assist the student in developing skills in evaluating the use of graphics for promotional media in Mass Communication The student will learn how to critically examine the needs of a particular campaign and analyze the visual components necessary for the communication of the message Prerequisites COM 101 COM 111 COM 112 Credit 3 Semester Hours COM 411 Internship Upon completion of all other core requirements and requirements for the emphasis area students will work for a professional mass media organization under the direction of the instructor and the guidance of media personnel Credit 3 6 Semester Hours COM 412 Persuasion This course examines the theoretical aspects of persuasion in the media Students will be introduced to theory and principles of persuasion and tactics by which persuasive messages are developed and conveyed Additionally students will gain the ability to recognize and critically analyze persuasive attempts in the media Prerequisites COM 101 COM 111 COM 112 COM 211 Credit 3 Semester Hours COM 413 Mass Media in Society This course will encourage students to think critically about the role and the impact of the media in contemporary society by examining the media industry media content media consumption and emerging technologies Additionally students will consider controversial issues surrounding the mass media Prerequisites COM 101 COM 111 COM 112 COM 211 Credit 3 Semester Hours COM 414 Seminar in Mass Communication This is a special topics course which will explore current issues in Mass Communication Topics will alternate each time the course is offered Prerequisites COM 101 COM 111 COM 112 COM 211 Credit 3 Semester Hours Journalism Courses COJ COJ 111 Journalism Workshop Under the direction and guidance of the instructor the students enrolled in this course will produce the student newspaper The Harambee This is a one hour course The course may be taken up to four times for credit Students in the Journalism emphasis area are required to register for the course at least three semesters Credit 1 Semester Hour COJ 211 Reporting Principles and Practices This course is designed to give students training and experience in news gathering evaluation news writing and reporting Some course work will be used for the student newspaper Prerequisites COM 101 COM 111 COM 112 COM 211 Co requisite COM 212 Credit 3 Semester Hours COJ 212 Editing Principles and Practices This course centers on the editing process and how it relates to overall newspaper organizations Students will gain experience in editing for the print media and the student newspaper Prerequisites COM 101 COM 111 COM 112 COM 211 COJ 211 Credit 3 Semester Hours COJ 311 Specialized and Featured Writing This course is designed to give students the opportunity to develop writing and reporting skills for the

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  • Faculty | Tougaloo College
    and Research Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Owens Health and Wellness Active Life Program Central Mississippi Area Health Education Center Community Outreach Delta Health Partners Farm Aid Fitness Center Jackson Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Y O U C A N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Humanities Mass Communications Department Faculty Ken Sanders MFA Department Chair Radio Television Broadcasting Assistant Professor of Mass Communications 601 977

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  • The Harambee News Network | Tougaloo College
    N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Humanities Mass Communications Department The Harambee News Network Students have many opportunities to gain hands on practical media experience from their freshman year to graduation with the Harambee News Network When a Mass Communications student graduates from our program she or he is ready to enter the exciting and challenging media profession The Harambee The Harambee is Tougaloo College

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