COM 118 Communication Skills

Students explore basic concepts of communication and develop skills to communicate effectively in interpersonal, interview, small-group, organizational, and public communication settings. Students research, organize, and deliver presentations and share feedback with peer presenters, developing verbal and nonverbal, active listening, and critical analysis skills. Students identify technologies that can serve as effective channels for communicating in specific contexts and examine communication issues related to ethics, culture, and technology. Pre- or co-requisite: ENG 101 (formerly ENG 11). Three class hours per week. Competency met: Oral Communication (2.2), Humanities (6.0). 3 credits Fall, Spring, Summer. Oral Communication - Early Childhood, Elementary Education, and Human Services only.

3 credits
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