Fall 2020 Featured Courses
COMM 305: Intercultural Communication
Examines the processes of interpersonal communication when the effects of cultural differences create dissimilar interpretations and expectations for interpersonal interaction. Explores theories and experiences of communication in intercultural relationships.
COMM 340: Nonverbal Communication
Examines and analyzes both theoretical and research literature pertinent to nonverbal communication behavior, including kinetics, touch, voice, appearance and territoriality; as well as the social functions of nonverbal communication, including impression formation and management, regulation of interaction, and social influence and power.
COMM 412: Persuasion
Explores history, modern theory, and practical application of persuasion theory. Reviews current literature and examines and analyzes persuasion in interpersonal, organizational, political and public contexts.