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  • Search for SP100SP100 3 credits

    Basic Communication

    Offers a basic overview of the communication discipline and emphasizes the skills development of best communication practices in different contexts. Topics to be covered include intra- and interpersonal communication, small group processes, non-verbal communication, culture, and public expression.
    Prerequisites: RD90 or WR91, or designated placement test score; WR115 (may be taken concurrently).

  • Search for SP111SP111 4 credits

    Fundamentals of Public Speaking

    Introduces public speaking that is designed to help students overcome nervousness when speaking before a group, learn the steps involved in speech preparation and delivery, and improve skills in analyzing and evaluating the speeches of others.
    Prerequisites: RD90 or WR91, or designated placement test score; WR121 (may be taken concurrently).

  • Search for SP115SP115 4 credits

    Introduction to Intercultural Communication

    Provides an overview of communication from an intercultural perspective. Students will learn how culture impacts social identities, communication behaviors, and meaning. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree.
    Prerequisites: RD90 or WR91, or designated placement test score; WR121 or BT114 (may be taken concurrently).

  • Search for SP218SP218 4 credits

    Interpersonal Communication

    Examines the role of interpersonal communication in human relationships. The focus is on a relational view of communication – one that explores how relationships are created, negotiated, maintained and terminated.
    Prerequisites: RD90 or WR91, or designated placement test score; WR121 (may be taken concurrently).

  • Search for SP280SP280 Variable credit

    Cooperative Work Experience/Speech

    Cooperative education is a supervised program of on-the-job training for college credit in a Speech or Communication related area. Students are placed in a related industry, business, agency or organization which has been approved by the College as having the interest, personnel and resources to serve as a training center. The goal of cooperative education is to provide a learning experience which enriches and strengthens the student's education, personal development, and vocational preparation. It joins educators and employers in developing the community's greatest asset—its human resources.
    Prerequisites: Permission of CWE instructor and department chair.