CCT 2100 - Interpersonal Communication
In this sophomore-level course, students explore human interaction and processes by which emotions, information, and meaning are exchanged through both verbal and nonverbal communication through various interpersonal relationships, problems, and situations. Lectures, presentations, readings, discussions, exercises, and written essays analyze the theoretical issues of self-concept and perception as they are affected by verbal and nonverbal communication. Upon successful completion of this course, students will demonstrate an understanding of the basic theory, ethics, principles, practices, and skills of interpersonal communication. Furthermore, they will comprehend the role human communication plays in the development and maintenance of social structures.
Prerequisites: EN 1110 - Composition I
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Understand the basic theories, ethics, principles, practices, and skills of interpersonal communication.
- Understand the role human communication plays in the development and maintenance of social structures.
CCT 2100 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Interpersonal Communication and You, ISBN: 9781457662539
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