Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.
ADVANCED PUBLIC SPEAKING (Formerly CMNS 322)
Analyzes theories and develops skills required in persuasive speaking situations. This course is an extension of the public speaking class (INTC 220) and explores in greater detail than the first course the analysis of audiences, sources of resistance to persuasion, and appropriate logical and psychological strategies for persuasive speeches. (Formerly CMNS 322)
CMNS 220 is a prerequisite for this class.
MULTICULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN THE U.S.A. (Formerly CMN 304)
An examination of communication within and between linguistic communities in the United States. Focus will be on the relations between language use and social institutions such as the family, the community, the media, and the educational system. (Formerly CMN 304)