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SPCH 1315. Public Speaking.

Fundamentals of public communication including interpersonal and small group situations. Includes researching and organizing material, using the voice and body in presentation, and delivering various types of speeches in differing situations.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of THEA reading or eligibility to enroll in READ 0308 and eligibility to enroll in ENGL 0306.

Recommendation: The speech faculty strongly recommends that the student be eligible to enroll in ENGL 0308. F, Sp, Su (2310015312).

SPCH 1318. Interpersonal Communication.

A broad overview of the communication process and a specified focus on the theory and practice of communication between two people. This course increases understanding of the process of interpersonal communications, knowledge of the factors involved with interpersonal communication, and skills and strategies for managing problems of interpersonal communication.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of THEA reading or eligibility to enroll in READ 0308 and eligibility to enroll in ENGL 0306.

Recommendation: The speech faculty strongly recommends that the student be eligible to enroll in ENGL 0308. NOTE: SPCH 1318 does not meet some university transfer requirements. Students should consult a counselor. F, Sp, Su (2310015412).

SPCH 1321. Business and Professional Speaking.

A course in the basic principles of speech applied to the needs of the business professional. This course includes the types and techniques of speeches most common to business and professional type people, including theory and practice in business speech situations, personnel conferences, job interviews, oral reports, sales talks, and occasional speeches.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of THEA reading or eligibility to enroll in READ 0308 and eligibility to enroll in ENGL 0306.

Recommendation: The speech faculty strongly recommends that the student be eligible to enroll in ENGL 0308. F, Sp, (2310015212).

SPCH1342. Voice and Dictation.

Application of the performer's use of voice as an instrument of effective communication. Includes a study of techniques for improving vocal proficiency and articulation as well as exercises for achieving a General American dialect.

Recommendation: For all broadcast/mass communication majors. Open to all students. F (2310015812)

 

7-25-2012

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