Courses Taught

Note: Names of courses may vary according to the term or the university where they are taught. The course titles listed below are the most commonly used.

Communication Studies
  • Fundamentals of Oral Communication (comprehensive introductory performance course covering public speaking, interviewing, group communication, interpersonal communication)

  • Communication Theory (graduate and undergraduate)

  • History of Rhetorical Theory (graduate and undergraduate)

  • Propaganda

  • Voices of the Holocaust

  • Witnessing the Holocaust (Honors)

  • The Holocaust, Prejudice, and Social Justice (graduate)

  • Genocide Watch (Honors)

  • Rhetoric of Science and Technology (Honors)

  • Science Fiction Film (graduate and undergraduate)

  • Argumentation

  • Introduction to Debate

  • Policy Debate (Honors)

  • Business and Professional Communication

  • Interviewing

  • Persuasion (graduate and undergraduate)

  • Mythic Analysis (graduate)

  • American Public Address (graduate and undergraduate)

  • Classical Rhetoric

  • Senior Capstone

Syllabus Storehouse

For more syllabi and teaching materials, visit Dr. Roy's page. Note: Any course materials serve as examples of what has been used and do not necessarily reflect current material for that course.

Allied Disciplines
  • Composition I

  • Composition II

  • Introduction to Literature and the Research Paper

  • Humanities I

  • Humanities II

  • Introduction to Philosophy