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Advanced Communication

Advanced Communication

advanced communication

Being a clear writer and speaker will make you stand out as an engineering leader.

GenEd Requirement Abbreviations

SS - Social & Behavioral Sciences
HUM - Humanities & The Arts
WCC - Western/Comparitive Cultures

NW - Non-Western Cultures
US - US Minority Cultures
LibEd - Liberal Education


All courses listed can be used for Free Electives.
Outstanding instructors are from the List of Teachers Ranked As Excellent.

Course # Course Name Instructor Satisfies Hours
CMN 210

Public Communication in Everyday Life

Drawing on communication theory and practice, especially theories of rhetoric, the course investigates techniques of persuasion, offers tools for critical analysis of public discourse, and considers the political and ethical implications of various forms of public communication.

HUM, WCC, LibEd

3

CMN 230

Intro to Interpersonal Comm

Study of communication theory and its application to interpersonal relations; extensive discussion of problems of conflict and misunderstanding in personal affairs to facilitate the development of knowledge, insights, and skills in the processes of face-to-face interaction.

OUTSTANDING INTRUCTOR
L. Knobloch

SS, LibEd

3

PSYC 201

Introduction to Social Psychology

Systematic study of social factors in individual and group behavior; attention to social perception, motivation, and learning; attitudes, norms, and social influence processes; the development and dynamics of groups; and the effects of social and cultural factors on the individual.

Pre-req: PSYC 100 or PSYC 103

SS, LibEd

3

PSYC 250

Psychology of Personality

Study of personality from various points of view: biological, experimental, social, and humanistic; surveys theory and empirical research in the study of personality.

Pre-req: PSYC 100 or PSYC 103

LibEd

3