Program Learning Outcomes detail the knowledge, skills and abilities that you as a student will demonstrate upon successful completion of your program.
Successfully completing Communication courses prepares students for more effective one-to-one and group interactions within academic and professional settings—enabling them to better
- recognize nonverbal, verbal, and media communication reflecting particular perspectives on culture, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, etc.
- identify and practice interactive and facilitative roles with individuals and group members engaged in cooperative inquiry or work.
- engage critically and constructively in exchanging concepts and ideas, keeping discussions and presentations relevant and focused.
- adapt communication styles and media formats to the contexts and situations in which specific interactions occur.
- choose, organize, and develop in-person and / or media-based modalities and material for sharing concepts and ideas with individuals and within groups.