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2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Speech Communication, Rhetoric, and Performance Studies


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Speech Communication, Rhetoric, and Performance Studies Programs 

Speech Communication, Rhetoric, and Performance Studies Courses 

Associate Professor Trasciatti, Chairperson

Professors Merrill, Sloyer; Associate Professors Russell, Sobnosky, Trasciatti; Assistant Professors Caliendo, Dalton, Skerski.

Candidates for graduation from the School of Communication with the degree of Bachelor of Arts must fulfill the B.A. requirements as listed under the School of Communication . In addition, students majoring in the Department of Speech Communication, Rhetoric, and Performance Studies must choose a concentration in one of three areas: speech communication; communication, citizenship, and public advocacy; or communication, culture, and social action.

Note: The concentration in speech communication is recommended for students wishing to double major in speech communication and rhetorical studies and another major. Students in other concentrations who wish to double major should consult with a department adviser as soon as they choose a major, in order to complete the major requirements on time.

Incoming freshmen and transfer students may declare a major in speech communication and rhetorical studies; matriculated Hofstra University students must have a grade point average of at least 2.0 to declare a major in speech communication and rhetorical studies. All declared majors in speech communication and rhetorical studies must maintain a minimum grade point average in the major of 2.5 and a grade point average overall of 2.0 to remain in the major.
 

 

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