CMST 351 Contemporary Rhetorical Theory
3 semester hours
This course provides a survey of major rhetorical themes and theories, including classical, symbolic, argumentation, critical, feminist, and non-Western approaches to rhetoric. Students will explore the relationship between rhetorical theory and practice, the contributions of rhetorical theory to the social world, and the potential for rhetorical studies to inform issues of democratic governance, marginalized groups, social justice, and technology in society.
Must be completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better.
Junior standing required.
Prerequisite: CMST 203 with a grade of C (2.0) or better.