COM-330 Interpersonal Communications
Interpersonal Communication examines the process of interpersonal communication from various perspectives, including dyadic interactions, how we perceive others, listening skills, emotions, language and nonverbal communications. By applying and mastering the concepts of interpersonal communication, individuals can improve their listening and interaction with others, handle conflict and human differences more positively and productively, and form more tractable and supportive relationships in a variety of contexts.
Advisory: This is an upper-level communications course. Students should have knowledge equivalent to an introductory communications course before enrolling.
Semester Hours: 3
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