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									Communication
         1024 Voice and Interpretation
         A study of the cognitive, vocal, and non-verbal skills necessary to present effective oral
         interpretations of literature. Exercises in the use of the voice and body. Applied practice in
         interpreting prose, poetry, and drama. Standard or CR/NC grading.
         1034 Public Speaking
         A study of the selection, organization, preparation, and presentation of public address.
         Develops research skills, as well as skills in verbal and non-verbal communication of
         messages. Standard or CR/NC grading.
         1064 Argumentation and Debate
         The study of the structure and presentation of arguments, focusing on the utilization of
         argumentation techniques in debate settings. Research, evaluation, and utilization of evidence
         in support of claims. Development of cases. Reasoning, refutation, and debate strategies.
         Critical analysis of the arguments of others.
         1071 Speech Practicum
         Instruction and practice in competitive forensics. Students will compete in debate and/or
         individual e vents (possible categories include interpretation, limited preparation, and public
         speaking events). Students must take part in at least one tournament for credit. May be repeated
         3 times.
         2024 Non-Verbal Communication
         The study of the way we communicate without and beyond words. The vaious types of non-
         verbal behavior, including body language,gestures, paralanguage, and space utilization will be
         examined in order to increase understanding of intracultural and cross-cultural communication.
         IV W
         2034 Organizational Communication
         The study of the ways in which communication affects organizations. Analysis of
         organizational theory. Focus on concepts of group work, leadership, motivation, formal and
         informal systems, external and internal audiences, organizational technologies, and
         interpersonal communication in organizations. Practical application through analysis of a
         particular organization. IV W
         2044 Gender and Communication
         The study of the role communication plays in genderization and the role gender plays in
         communication. Focus on relational interaction in interpersonal and organization contexts, on
         mass media messages, and on issues of socialization and power. IV W
         2054 Cross-Cultural Communication
         The study of the ways people in different cultures communicate differently and the ways in
         which communication across these boundries can be enhanced. Analysis of both verbal and
         non-verbal communication styles, with an interest in interpersonal, organizational, and
         governmental interactions. IV W
         2064 Persuasion
         The study of persuasion, with an emphasis on the receiver’s role. Focus on critical analysis of
         persuasive messages. Develop understanding of persuasion theory as it relates to individuals,
         groups, and movements. Particular attention to the persuasive tools of social proof, r eciprocity,
         authority, scarcity, liking, and committment and consistency. IV W
2114 Introduction to Language
A relatively non-technical introduction to the nature of human language as seen by modern
linguists. Material is drawn primarily, but not exclusively, from the English language. Topics
include the relationship between sound and meaning, the nature of linguistic rules, and of
language change, language learning, and the role of dialect. Open to students at any level.
Recommended for majors in elementary education and required of all students seeking
secondary certification in English. Standard or CR/NC grading. Also listed as ENG 2114.
2294 Special Topics in Communication
Introduction to selected topics in communication focusing on concepts and methods used by
communication scholars. Potential topics include listening, communication and gender, cross-
cultural communication, and rhetorical theory. May be r epeated for credit as long as the topic
is different.
4204 Internship in Communication
A program offering the student supervised placement in organizations providing or requiring
communication services. Students might work in human resources, broadcasting, research, or
other communication-related areas. Provides an opportunity to work in a professional area of
the field and apply concepts learned in other communication and communication-related
courses. CR/NC grading. Prerequisite: COM 2034 or 2064 or SOC 2094 and permission of
instructor.

								
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