COMM 1100 Human Communication

Introduction to the fundamental components of the human communication process. The course provides a basic history of the communication discipline from ancient rhetorical roots through modern social sciences. The course emphasizes selected methods and practices in dyadic, small group, and oral presentational settings. Course content also covers communication models, as well as a survey of a variety of human communication modes and methods, including verbal, nonverbal, small group, interpersonal, mass, organizational, public, and intercultural communication.

3 credits


Appropriate Reading and Writing Placement Test Scores