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Summer Term 2014 Offerings

COM 114-10 Interpersonal Communication
A course designed to enhance interpersonal communication skills as well as survey-related theoretical foundations. The focus of the course is on verbal and nonverbal forms of human interaction. Issues such as listening, self-disclosure, conflict management, and relational development and disengagement are explored in theory and practice.

June 16–June 20, 2014
Lecture: Monday–Friday
8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Circle Hall, Room 204
Rachel M. Reznik

COM 210-46 Introduction to Video Production
A theoretical and practical study of the techniques, materials, and dynamics involved in the creation and production of short video programs, with consideration of issues and ethics. Students create instructional, documentary, or dramatic productions.Includes two outside lab requirements.

June 9–August 2, 2014
Lecture: Monday
6:00–9:50 p.m., Buehler Library, Room 029
Edwin Wilson

COM 315-10 Intercultural Communication
Both cross-cultural and intercultural aspects of communication, verbal and nonverbal, are examined in domestic and international cultures. Cultural differences in values and beliefs are also examined. Important dimensions of communication are treated in specific contexts such as medical, business, and social. In addition, students will be asked to analyze their own intercultural variables and communication behaviors. Overall, this course will build cultural awareness and knowledge of how to transcend cultural and ethnic differences to build community through communication.

June 9–13, 2014
Lecture: Monday–Friday
8:30–5:00 p.m., Circle Hall, Room 131
Deatra H. Sullivan-Morgan

COM 319-10 Business and Professional Communication
A course designed to improve writing, speaking and listening skills essential to effective communication in a variety of business and professional situations. This course takes a practice-oriented approach to crafting, delivering, and evaluating various types of informative, demonstrative, and persuasive documents and presentations. Prerequisite: COM 213

June 23–27, 2014
Lecture: Monday–Friday
8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Circle Hall, Room 204
Rachel M. Reznik

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