Introduction to Public Speaking (COMM 110)
Practice the skills most desired by corporations: organizing, outlining, and delivering speeches
Learn and practice successful relational communication at home, in the workplace, and in your community.
Make group interaction and decision-making work for you to solve problems and build consensus.
Study the diversity of styles and verbal and nonverbal communication in different cultures.
Appreciate literature as communication, and improve confidence and expressiveness through performance.
Receive training and practice in employment interviews, customer service, and assertiveness.
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
As part of the College's Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) initiative, the Speech Communication Department has developed SLOs at the course level.