Interpersonal Communication (CMS 115)

Although we regularly engage in interpersonal communication in our daily lives, we seldom stop to reflect on those interactions. In this course we will examine theories, concepts, and research associated with interpersonal communication and their applications for ethical and effective interaction in personal and professional settings. Emphasis is placed on the communication process, perception, listening, self concept and self disclosure, gender and cultural differences, verbal and nonverbal communication, conflict, power, and relationship development and dissolution. Class activities, discussions, readings and assignments are designed to develop communication skills necessary for interpersonal effectiveness and competency.

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Prerequisites

The following courses must be taken prior to this course
ENG 010A - Basic Writing or ENG 011 - Basic Writing II or ESL 011 - Basic Writing II and ESL 009 - English as a Second Language: Oral for students who place into ESL courses
REA 011 - Fundamentals of College Reading or REA 017 - Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension Development II
Term Location Sections Available
2020 Spring Semester - 15 Week Sections
Virtual Campus (Online)