COMM 204 - Interpersonal Communication
Designed to increase understanding of personal communication behaviors, establish potential for improved communication capabilities, develop an effective sense of self in human encounters, and strengthen personal identity and social involvement through personal communication. PREREQUISITE(S): COMM 108 or consent of department. Three hours each week. Formerly SP 204.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Identify effective communication skills to help reduce anxiety and apprehension in dealing with others.
- Describe guidelines for self-disclosure in intimate relationships.
- Define major types of conflict, contexts that contribute to conflict, and appropriate conflict management styles.
- Identify communication guidelines for establishing successful relationships using computer mediated communication.
- Apply interpersonal communication skills that are appropriate for professional relationships.
- Describe and apply active and critical listening skills.
- Differentiate between describing and displaying feelings in relationships.
- Identify appropriate personal communication behaviors that contribute to effective communication with others.
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