CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
January 14 - March 8
30368 COMM 2103 N01 3 Public Speaking M 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 9 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Jerry Thomas
  A study of public speaking, focused primarily on the construction of speeches. Includes introductions to audience analysis, persuasion, and delivery techniques. An additional focus is on developing appropriate listening behaviors. Strong emphasis on attendance: ENGL 1013 recommended. Spring/Fall - GE CORE - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION - ORAL
30381 COMM 2503 N01 3 Interpersonal Communications R 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 16 Location: TURNER 215 Inst: Benson Sexton
  An analysis of interpersonal effectiveness, verbal and nonverbal techniques, encoding and decoding communication messages, and interaction within relationships. COMM 1003. Recommended Spring/Fall. GE INTERMEDIATE - INQUIRY & ANALYSIS - APPLICATION/INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE
30393 COMM 4613 N01 3 Creative Ministries M 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 9 Location: TURNER 208 Inst: Susan Minton
  Building on the Transactional Process of Communication Model, students explore the use of creative communication in nonprofit organizations to target publicity, leadership, recruitment and membership involvement. Units include mime, skits, clowning and monologue. The model used in class will center on creative communication in a church setting because the college foundation is in the United Methodist Church. Rotation: Spring/Fall.
March 18 - May 10
30380 COMM 2903 N01 3 Communicating Effectively M 05:30pm  09:30
  Enrollment: 26 Location: TURNER 211 Inst: Jerry Thomas
  This course applies fundamental communcation concepts in personal and professional situations, utilizing Lawrence Appley's "Communicating for Productivity" to implement and test ideas in simulation environments. Emphasis will be placed on enhancing listening, questioning, and paraphrasing skills. Students will develop a written, measurable plan for setting attainable academic, personal, and professional goals, determine when and at what standards those goals will be met, evaluate progress toward acquiring those goals, and develop plans for additional improvement which will occur after completion of the course. Spring.
Class Schedule Codes:
F   Class is full.
C   Class has been cancelled.