CMST& 101 5 credits
Introduction to Communication
Introduction to basic theory and practice of effective communication in interpersonal, small group, public and mass communication contexts. Emphasizes self-concept, listening, verbal and nonverbal communication, small-group interaction, public speaking presentation techniques, and mass communication analysis.
CMST& 210 5 credits
Introduction to basic theory and practice of understanding the variables affecting communication in interpersonal relationships. Emphasizes personal perception, self-concept, and verbal and nonverbal language. Focus is on informal communication settings.
CMST& 220 5 credits
Preparation and delivery of speeches to an audience. Emphasizes choice and organization of material, development of personal assurance, audience analysis, and the improvement of vocal and physical skills.
COMM 240 5 credits
Performance of Literature
The art of communicating the essence of a piece of prose, poetry or drama with emphasis on the analytical, emotional and aesthetic aspects of the literature. Vocal and physical delivery skills will be developed through individual and group performance.