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Instructional Communication is one of the fastest growing areas of interest in the communication discipline and for good reasons. ICR faculty and courses play an extremely important role in serving undergraduate students by delivering cutting-edge education in integrated communication skills, which are among the top skills sought by employers of college undergraduate students in all fields of study.

About Instructional Communication and Research

Instructional Communication and Research delivers cutting-edge:

  • Instruction
    • for all undergraduate students in integrated communication skills in courses such as CIS 110, 111 and 112 together with the Division of Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Media in the College of Arts and Sciences as part of the university‚Äôs general education curriculum
    • for graduate students in traditional coursework, independent studies, as well as funded and unfunded collaborative research projects
    • Graduate Certificate
  • Research opportunities within traditional classroom settings across the university, beyond the classroom with colleagues across the College in risk and crisis communication, interpersonal communication, mass communication and health communication, and beyond the classroom in collaboration with colleagues across the university in, for example, agriculture, business, education and engineering
  • Faculty development consulting services for colleagues across the university who seek to offer vertical integration of communication skills education and training in their courses and curricula

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