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Course Overview

Students in this course will approach public speeches and speech-making based on theory, performance and criticism. Students will both write and deliver their own addresses and learn principles for rhetorical criticism of others’ speeches.

Prerequisite: COM 290

Program: Communication Studies

Credit: 3

Other Courses

COM-495

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

Communication Studies

Credits 1-5

COM-499

Independent Study

Reading, research, discussion, or laboratory work, according to…

Communication Studies

Credits 1-3

COM-420

Nonverbal Communication

A study of the theories and research on…

Communication Studies

Credits 3

COM-430

Gender and Communication

This course is an examination of communication and…

Communication Studies

Credits 3

COM-440

Intercultural Communication

An examination of the role played by communication…

Communication Studies

Credits 3

COM-450

Political Communication

An examination of the persuasive strategies used by…

Communication Studies

Credits 3