2023 CCI PROGRAMS
Led by Moonhee Cho, this program will be offered in the first session of summer 2023. Students will earn three hours in Public Relations 490 (International Public Relations).
Led by Joy Jenkins, CCI students will earn 12 credit hours traveling to Valencia, Spain for the Spring 2023 semester. This includes one course taught by a UTK faculty member and one course taught by a faculty member at the Catholic University of Valencia, followed by a credit-bearing internship tailored to each student in the program.
Led by Eric Haley, students will earn three hours of credit in Advertising 480 (Advertising Issues) during the summer mini-term, May 2023.
Mark Harmon will lead this investigative journalism project during the second summer session 2023. Students receive three credit hours for JREM 491 while gaining immersive journalism experience and hands-on training.
Led by Laura Miller, students will earn six hours of credit in Communication Studies, CMST 442 (Organizational Communication Processes) and CMST 491 (Intercultural Communication), while trekking across Ireland. This program will take place during the first summer session 2023.
This first summer session excursion will be based out of Manchester, England and led by Guy Harrison and Amber Roessner. With side visits to London, England and Edinburg, Scotland, students will earn 3 hours of credit for JREM 494 (Special Topics), which will cover a vast array of topics related to sports journalism in the United Kingdom.
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Studying or interning abroad experience for a CCI student means:
- Understanding the field of communications from an international perspective
- Expanding your career opportunities
- Advancing your cross-cultural and problem solving skills
- Improving foreign language abilities
- Fulfilling major, minor and general education requirements
- Developing a Global Professional Network
Experiences like this may change your life and enhance your career options in many ways. With today’s increasingly interdependent world, the significant cross-cultural experience is often what employers and graduate schools seek.
Academic Planning for Study Abroad in Communication and Information
Communication and information students can study abroad at any time once they have completed at least two semesters at UT. Transfer students may study abroad after completing one semester at UT. Students should meet with their major advisor in Communication and Information as early as possible to plan for the most academically useful experience abroad.
Participate in Field Study/Internship and Experiential Learning Opportunities
Participate in an internship to further immerse yourself in the culture and community of your study abroad program. Check with Career Services about the Intern in Ireland program which is aimed directly at Communication and Information majors. Experiential learning abroad programs can often be structured to fulfill major requirements if you think creatively and plan in advance with a communications advisor. Examples include incorporating your experience into a major project, honors thesis, or independent study course.