International Communication and Public Diplomacy - Certificate
The Bush School of Government and Public Service, in conjunction with the Department of Communication, offers an International Communication and Public Diplomacy Certificate. The Certificate is designed to help students develop the skills and background to prepare them for careers in government service, business, and other fields that require an understanding of the global communication environment.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|COMM 625||International Communication and Public Diplomacy||3|
|Select one of the following: 1||3|
|Seminar in Communication and Culture 2|
|Seminar in Media Studies 2|
|Directed Studies 3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Leadership in International Affairs: Institutions, Organizations and People|
|Chinese Foreign Policy|
|Women and Nations|
|Nationalism, Immigration and Terrorism in the European Union|
|NATO from Military Alliance to Collective Security|
|The Middle East State System|
|The Political Economy of the Middle East|
|East Asian Security|
|Chinese Domestic Politics in Transition|
|U.S. Foreign Policy in the Persian Gulf|
|Religion and Politics in Iran|
|International Politics of the Middle East|
|Russia and International Politics|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||12|
A student can take no more than two courses (6 hours) from one department for credit towards the certificate.
Courses will be assessed for suitability each time offered, due to changing content and different instructors.
After completing at least two courses in the certificate program, a student may propose an independent study with an appropriate faculty member in any department who agrees to supervise the student’s work for three credit-hours. A student seeking to pursue a directed project needs to submit a proposal, countersigned by the supervising faculty member, describing the project in sufficient detail to permit confirmation that graduate level inquiry will be pursued.
Minimum of 3.0 in each course.