Communication Studies Transfer Learning Community (TLC)

Fall 2021 Packaged Courses

Community Option 1:

COMM 200 – Communication Studies Careers and Scholarship

M / W 2 – 3:15 PM  |  Online

Introduction to the discipline of communication studies, including a discussion of academic methods of inquiry, guidelines for navigating the major, and an exploration of professional opportunities related to the field.

COMM 334 – Communication in the Workplace

M / W 3:30 – 4:45 PM  |  Online

Skills and technologies related to the assessment, strategic planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of effective communication in the business and professional setting.

COMM 335 – Persuasive Speaking

M / W 5:30 – 6:45 PM  |  Face-to-Face On-Campus (PH1-140)

Skills necessary for advanced public speaking in various venues including legislative, legal, and ceremonial public address; explores various theories of motivation including speaker credibility, emotional appeals, of evidence and argument, style in language, delivery and audience analysis skills.

Community Option 2:

COMM 200 – Communication Studies Careers and Scholarship

Tu / Th 8 – 9:15 AM  |  Online

Introduction to the discipline of communication studies, including a discussion of academic methods of inquiry, guidelines for navigating the major, and an exploration of professional opportunities related to the field.

COMM 334 – Communication in the Workplace

Tu / Th 9:30 – 10:45 PM  |  Online

Skills and technologies related to the assessment, strategic planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of effective communication in the business and professional setting.

COMM 335 – Persuasive Speaking

Tu / Th 3:30 – 4:45 PM  |  Online

Skills necessary for advanced public speaking in various venues including legislative, legal, and ceremonial public address; explores various theories of motivation including speaker credibility, emotional appeals, of evidence and argument, style in language, delivery and audience analysis skills.

Transfer Learning Community Communication Studies