COMMUNICATION

commsThe College of Communication prepares men and women with the skills to be leaders in the field of communication media. With emphasis on quality, clarity, and integrity, students are challenged to communicate God’s principles and good news across cultures and communities. The College of Communication continually encourages students to raise the standard of truth in both their personal and professional lives. Graduates pursue work in design, filmmaking, illustration, writing etc. to use their gifts to serve in an international missions environment in reaching the unreached, all the spheres of society and in active service to others.

 

Course Credits Type Number
Advanced Principles of Communication Practicum 6 FLW Seminar CMC 306
Advanced Principles of Communication Seminar 6 FLW Seminar CMC 305
Author's Training School FLW Course CMC 380
Comics and Cartooning 2 FLW Seminar CMC 161
Cross Cultural Visual Communication 12 FLW Course CMC 265
Cross Cultural Visual Communication Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC 266
Culture Specific Evangelistic Media 1 FLW Seminar CMC 116
Digital Graphics 2 FLW Seminar CMC 163
Documentary Filmmaking School 12 FLW Course CMC 273
Documentary Filmmaking School Practicum 12 FLW Course CMC 274
Experience in Missions Leadership 12 FLW Course CMC 396
Fine Arts Foundations Field Assignment 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 252
Fine Arts Foundations I 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 251
Fine Arts Foundations II 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 353
Fine Arts Foundations Practicum 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 354
Frontier Filmmaking Seminar 6 FLW Seminar CMC 187
Introduction to Communication 12 FLW Core Course CMC 215
Introduction to Communication Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC 216
Introduction to Filmmaking 12 FLW Course CMC 285
Introduction to Filmmaking Practicum 12 FLW Course CMC 286
Media Advocacy 12 FLW Course CMC 271
Media Advocacy Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC 272
Missions Strategies 8 FLW Course CMC 199
PhotogenX Practicum 12 FLW Course CMC 374
School of Acting for the Screen 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 231
School of Acting for the Screen Practicum 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 232
School of Cartooning & Animation 12 FLW Course CMC 261
School of Cartooning & Animation Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC 262
School of Communication Foundations 12 FLW Core Course CMC 211
School of Design 12 FLW Course CMC 225
School of Design Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 226
School of Digital Communication 12 FLW Course CMC 328
School of Digital Communication Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 329
School of Digital Filmmaking 12 FLW Course CMC 385
School of Digital Filmmaking Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 386
School of Frontier Media 12 FLW Core Course CMC/CHR 287
School of Frontier Media Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC/CHR 288
School of Illustration 12 FLW Course ATS/CMC 255
School of Illustration Practicum I FLW Course ATS/CMC 256
School of Illustration Practicum II FLW Course ATS/CMC 257
School of Photography I 12 FLW Course CMC 241
School of Photography II 12 FLW Course CMC 343
School of Photography II Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 344
School of Photography I Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 242
School of Storytelling & Digital Photography 12 FLW Course CMC 277
School of Storytelling & Digital Photography Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 278
School of Strategic Communication 12 FLW Course CMC 319
School Of Strategic Communication Internship FLW Course CMC 392
School of Video Production 12 FLW Course CMC 281
School of Video Production Internship 12 FLW Course CMC 282
School of Writing 12 FLW Course CMC 213
School of Writing for the Screen FLW Course CMC 217
School of Writing Practicum 12 FLW Course CMC 214
Word by Heart 12 FLW Course CMC 233
Word by Heart Field Assignment 12 FLW Course CMC 234
Word By Heart Seminar FLW Seminar CMC 133

The UofN uses two types of credits, FLW (full learning weeks) and LCU (learning component units).

FLW credits are used with traditional residential courses and one of these credits requires a minimum of 50 hours of documented learning activities; these include our normal lectures, small groups, one-on-ones, etc.; and some of these activities are nonformal, in addition to the classroom activities and study assignments.

LCU credits are used for part-time programs like evening courses, intensive seminars, distance learning and other non-residential courses. Each LCU credit requires 25 hours of focused learning activities which can be spread over a period of time.

College Dean

Aleck Cartwright

Contact Details

32 Drumlin Grange
Moneyslane
Co. Down
BT31 9UT
Northern Ireland
United Kingdom

Email

International Committee

  • Anne Abok (Capetown, South Africa)
  • Jay Bringas (Davao, Philippines)
  • Adrian Coates (Capetown, South Africa)
  • Calvin Conkey (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
  • Carol Conkey (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
  • Paulo Fillion (Medellin, Colombia)
  • Jeff Rogers (Kailua-Kona, HI, USA)
  • Donna-Rae Cartwright (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
  • Jonathan de Jong (Piratininga, Brazil)

Academic Advisor

Donna-Rae Cartwright - Email