Cm350 Interpersonal Communication 4 credits
This course fosters students’ development of interpersonal communication skills through the study of interpersonal communication theories and the application and evaluation of those theories through interactive projects both oral and written. Interpersonal communication skills are highly prized in our culture. Understanding and practicing the ways humans create and maintain relationships through words and body language builds empathy and coping skills and leads to improved health and happiness, from personal to work-related relationships. Students of any major can benefit from this course. Prerequisite: Successful completion of En102 or En150 or approval of Division Chair.