Below are a few examples, but we urge you to talk to your major/departmental advisor and explore available courses in SPIRE. Remember not to constrain yourself to classes within your major.
COMM 310: Social Influence and Persuasion: This course examines theories and key research findings in the field of persuasion and social influence through the lens of communication.
COMM 287: Advertising as Social Communication: This course looks at advertising from the viewpoint of social theory (that is, of how we can understand advertising's broad political, economic, social, and cultural role in modern society).
ECON 397: The Economics of Cooperative Enterprise: This course introduces the economic analysis of cooperative management. The final project is a business plan for a cooperative enterprise.
JOURNAL 335 - Principals of Public Relations: This course addresses the principles and practices of public relations and strategic communication in the public, private, for-profit and non-profit arenas.