COM 122 Interpersonal Communications

Interpersonal Communications fulfills one Arts & Humanities General Education requirements as a Humanities requirement. This course explores intra- and interpersonal human communication through small-group interaction and role-playing. Emphasizes communication styles, listening, self-esteem, goal setting, creative thinking, problem solving, teamwork, customer service, negotiation, diversity, constructive management of stress and conflict, and recognition of the effects of personal attitudes on organizational effectiveness and productivity. Increases effectiveness in working with people personally and professionally.


3 credits

Course Content Charge

$14 (Strengths)


Fall, Winter, Spring