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Communication (COMM)

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COMM 110 | FUNDAMENTALS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING  (3 credits)
The theory and practice of public speaking with emphasis on content, organization, language, delivery, and critical evaluation of messages.
Offered: Every Semester

COMM 211 | ORAL INTERPRETATION  (3 credits)
The study of literature for performance with emphasis on written and verbal analysis.
Offered: By Demand

COMM 212 | INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION  (3 credits)
Introduces fundamental concepts of communication between individuals. Explores aspects of self expression and relationship communication.
Offered: Fall

COMM 216 | INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION  (3 credits)
Exploration of the definition, models, and verbal processes of communication between different cultural groups.
Offered: Spring

COMM 217 | ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION  (3 credits)
A practical approach for communication in the workplace including working in a group, networking, leadership, ethics, and problem solving.
Offered: Fall, Online Only

COMM 299 | SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMMUNICATION  (1-4 credits)
Prerequisite: Departmental approval.

Designed to meet students' needs or interests. Uses participating faculty resources. Topics to be selected on interest and relevance to needs.
Offered: By Demand