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Looking Ahead. Jf new school that unites the na- 1 tionally recognized Communi- f I cations and Speech Communi- cation departments will open July 1, 1988 on campus as the School of Communications. The new school, the university ' s seventh, will be the largest of its kind in California. A nationwide search for a permanent dean began in No- vember. The two departments, currently serving more than 2,300 majors as part of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, will retain their de- partmental status. " Creation of the School of Com- munications will play an important role in a world that has become in- creasingly complex and diverse, as evidenced by Orange County, our service area, " said President Jewel Plummer Cobb. " The new school will bring further stature to two already distinguished departments and, in turn, put them in a better position to recruit top students and faculty and to expand extramural funding, " she continued. " No other university in California will have such a large, comprehen- sive school devoted to the study and applications of communications to organizational communication to speech therapy. " " With Southern California second only to New York as a world commu- nication center, it is fitting that we transform this carefully planned ini- tiative into a reality. " Communications chaired by Dr. Edgar P. Trotter, is the nation ' s third largest program in terms of majors with more than 2,000 enrolled in the fall. It offers both graduate and un- dergraduate degrees and sequences in advertising, news-editorial, public relations, photo-communications and radio-television-film. It is recog- nized by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. Speech Communication, chaired by Dr. Joyce M. Flocken, currently serves more than 275 majors and of- fers graduate and undergraduate de- grees as well as a variety of credential and licensure programs. Its two areas of emphasis are communication the- ory and process and communicative disorders. The department is accre- dited by the American Speech-Lan- guage-Hearing Association. Together, the departments have awarded 6,412 degrees with 543 at the graduate level. Their full-time faculties total more than 50. - Titan News. 10 Titan ' 88
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