Communication Studies graduates should display self-awareness of their own communication competence across a variety of communication settings (interpersonal, small group, organization, and intercultural)
Communication Studies graduates should exhibit lower communication apprehension in a variety of communication contexts.
Communication Studies graduates should be able to identify the basic elements of an argument, advance a cogent argument, apply basic tests of evidence, and identify fallacies in reasoning.
Communication Studies majors should possess a basic understanding of major theories, models, concepts, principles, and processes of human communication.
Communication Studies graduates should possess a basic understanding of fundamental principles of research methods and experimental design.
Communication Studies graduates should be able to generate and present clear, coherent messages, using appropriate proof and supporting materials, in a variety of communication contexts.
Communication Studies graduates should communicate in ethically appropriate, culturally sensitive ways.
*Retrieved from Compliance Assist January 2, 2019. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.
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