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Course Descriptions

COMM 3330 - Advanced Communication Skills

Description

Analysis and application of interpersonal, small group, and mediated communication skills as effective speaking, listening, negotiation, conflict management, presentation, and media interviewing.


Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

  1. Become effective communicators in interpersonal, small group, and business and professional settings.
  2. Understand the theoretical framework of how we communicate.
  3. Understand the symbiotic nature of communication and relationships.
  4. Effectively employ communication management and conflict strategies in a variety of communication situations.
  • Module 1: Chapters 4, 5, 6
  • Module 2: Chapters 9, 10
  • Module 3: Chapters 13, 14
  • Module 4: Chapters 1, 2
  • Module 5: Chapter 11
  • Module 6: Chapter 7
  • Module 7: Chapter 3
  • Module 8: Chapter 8
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Credit Hours

Organizational Leadership


Prerequisites

  • COMM 1110: C or better or COMM 1100: C or better

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