COMM 101: Fundamentals of Communication

COMM 101-266: Lab for Lecture DL2
(Fall 2022)

12:30 PM to 02:20 PM W

Horizon Hall 1007

Section Information for Fall 2022

Presents principles to develop appropriate and effective communication strategies in one-to-one and small group communication settings. Emphasizes analyzing and assessing communication skills to create and sustain effective communication in personal and professional relationships

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Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3

This is a comprehensive communication skills course that will equip you with the communication skills that you will need to be successful in your future courses, careers, and communities. In this course, you will learn how to conduct research for, organize, and deliver effective presentations that allow you to explain complex ideas, persuade, and advocate for change. You will learn how to build and sustain meaningful relationships as well as manage conflict in those relationships. You will also develop the small group and leadership skills that will help you work successfully in teams. All of these skills will be embedded within a diversity and equity context so that you can understand, analyze, adapt messages for, and demonstrate respect and consideration for the multitude of audiences with whom you will communicate in a range of intercultural, personal, and professional contexts. Limited to three attempts.
Schedule Type: Laboratory, Lecture
This course is graded on the Undergraduate Regular scale.

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