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COMMUNICATION

COMM-102
Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Analyses of topics in leadership in a global era, with special attention to communication skills, ethics, and current issues in media. Prerequisite: permission of school. Usually offered every summer.

COMM-102
N01
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Communication Impact

This course introduces students to the American mass media by exploring various major issues involving the country's media today. Students become acquainted with the media's history, power, impact, and economic and ethical dimensions. Much of the course is geared toward students evolving into more thoughtful consumers of the American mass media. The course extends student understanding and makes connections to a variety of careers in public communication, print journalism, broadcast journalism, film and media arts. Meets with COMM-102 N02.

COMM-102
N02
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Communication Impact

This course introduces students to the American mass media by exploring various major issues involving the country's media today. Students become acquainted with the media's history, power, impact, and economic and ethical dimensions. Much of the course is geared toward students evolving into more thoughtful consumers of the American mass media. The course extends student understanding and makes connections to a variety of careers in public communication, print journalism, broadcast journalism, film and media arts. Meets with COMM-102 N01.

COMM-102
N03
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Communication Impact

This course introduces students to the American mass media by exploring various major issues involving the country's media today. Students become acquainted with the media's history, power, impact, and economic and ethical dimensions. Much of the course is geared toward students evolving into more thoughtful consumers of the American mass media. The course extends student understanding and makes connections to a variety of careers in public communication, print journalism, broadcast journalism, film and media arts. Meets with COMM-102 N04.

COMM-102
N04
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Communication Impact

This course introduces students to the American mass media by exploring various major issues involving the country's media today. Students become acquainted with the media's history, power, impact, and economic and ethical dimensions. Much of the course is geared toward students evolving into more thoughtful consumers of the American mass media. The course extends student understanding and makes connections to a variety of careers in public communication, print journalism, broadcast journalism, film and media arts. Meets with COMM-102 N03.

COMM-102
N05U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Communication Impact

This course introduces students to the American mass media by exploring various major issues involving the country's media today. As students become acquainted with the media's history, power, impact, and economic and ethical dimensions, they evolve into more thoughtful consumers of the American mass media. The course extends student understanding and makes connections to a variety of careers in public communication, print journalism, broadcast journalism, film and media arts. Meets with COMM-102 N06U.

COMM-102
N06U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Communication Impact

This course introduces students to the American mass media by exploring various major issues involving the country's media today. As students become acquainted with the media's history, power, impact, and economic and ethical dimensions, they evolve into more thoughtful consumers of the American mass media. The course extends student understanding and makes connections to a variety of careers in public communication, print journalism, broadcast journalism, film and media arts. Meets with COMM-102 N05U.

COMM-102
N07U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N08U.

COMM-102
N08U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N07U.

COMM-102
N09U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N10U.

COMM-102
N10U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N09U.

COMM-102
N11U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N12U.

COMM-102
N12U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N11U.

COMM-102
N13
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N14.

COMM-102
N14
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N13.

COMM-102
N15
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N16.

COMM-102
N16
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N15.

COMM-102
N17U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N18U.

COMM-102
N18U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N17U.

COMM-102
N19U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N20U.

COMM-102
N20U
COMMUNICATION
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Selected Topics in Leadership (1-3)

Speaking for Impact

This course provides information, background, and experience on effective communication in a variety of settings including interpersonal relationships, group settings, and public speaking. It also helps students understand the options they have in creating, maintaining, and ending interpersonal relationships, decision making and problem solving situations in groups, and in making public presentations. Through the principles of effective communication, (speaking, listening, thinking, and writing) this course helps students develop effective habits of mind, and to improve communication and thinking skills. Students have the opportunity to improve public speaking skills by practicing and delivering speeches and presentations in a safe environment with personalized feedback. In addition, video recording and self-evaluation of selected presentations help students to strengthen their presentation skills. Meets with COMM-102 N19U.