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CA 205 - Interpersonal Communication


Credit Hours: 3

This course provides analysis of and practice in a variety of non-platform verbal and nonverbal interactions which take place between individuals and within small groups.  Scenarios focus on job-related language skills and elements of communication theory. 

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • define the four basic types of communication;
  • delineate the standard models and theories of interpersonal communication;
  • analyze interpersonal context and its variables;
  • create communication strategies based on context;
  • differentiate between and select situation-appro­priate verbal and nonverbal language;
  • read and summarize research articles in the field;
  • read basic statistical analysis;
  • apply the principles of interpersonal communica­tions to real-world situations; and
  • differentiate between cultural and gender-related communication practices. 


F/S (C,N,S)