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Communication & Journalism Department|Graduate classes

Stand Out from the Crowd


The University of Wyoming COJO Graduate Program offers a variety of in-depth classes for master's students.

  • COJO 5000. News-Making Processes
  • COJO 5010. Texts of the Mass Media
  • COJO 5030. Seminar in Interpersonal Communication
  • COJO 5061. Rhetorical Theory and Criticism
  • COJO 5070. Research in Communication I (quantitative)
  • COJO 5080. Research in Communication II (qualitative)
  • COJO 5140. Nonverbal Communication Studies
  • COJO 5160. African American Rhetoric
  • COJO 5210. Special Topics in Communication*
  • COJO 5230. Special Topics in Media*
  • COJO 5250. Seminar in Organizational Communication
  • COJO 5310. Mass Communication Theory
  • COJO 5540. Seminar in Communication Theory
  • COJO 5590. Advanced Persuasion
  • COJO 5600. Mass Media Ethics
  • COJO 5620. Seminar in Small Group Communication
  • COJO 5630. Ethics in Personal Relationships
  • COJO 5800. Foundations of Communication and Journalism
  • COJO 5890. Problems in Communication and Mass Media
  • COJO 5900. Practicum in College Teaching
  • COJO 5960. Thesis Research
  • COJO 5961. Graduate Projects
  • COJO 5985. Rhetoric and Social Justice
  • COJO 5990. Internship

*Special topics classes include Visual Communication, Digital Audio Storytelling, Minorities in the Media, Management of Promotions, as well as other classes that reflect the expertise of our faculty.

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