- Students will demonstrate understanding of and proficiency in constructing and delivering multiple message types.
- Students will understand and practice effective elements of ethical verbal and nonverbal communication.
- Students will develop analytical skills and critical listening skills.
- Students will understand the influence of culture in communication and will know how to cope with cultural differences when presenting information to an audience. Students develop the ability to use oral communication as a way of thinking and learning, as well as sharing ideas.
Required: One approved course; increased emphasis on oral communication in appropriate General Education courses.
Approved Courses: For the most current list of approved courses for 2017-2018, please see the Catalog
|Department||Course Number||Course Title|
|COMM||COMM 100||Public Speaking|
|COMM||COMM 101||Interpersonal and Group Interaction|