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CMST 103 - CSMT& 101 Completion

1 Credits
Designed for students who have taken a four credit Introduction to Communication class and need to earn a fifth credit . Student must have earned a 2.0 or higher in the four-credit class. In order to enroll, students will need to provide proof of successful completion of an introduction to communication course at another college.

Pre-requisite(s) CMST 101 min 2.0
Instructor Permission Required Yes
Fees 

Designed to Serve Designed for students who have taken a four credit Introduction to Communication class and need to earn a fifth credit . Student must have earned a 2.0 or higher in the four-credit class.
Active Date 2012-05-24

Grading System Credit/Non-Credit
Class Limit 5
Contact Hours: Lecture 0 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 10
Total Contact Hours 10
Degree Distributions: AA Communications, Humanities Area I
Course Outline
This one credit course will address area(s) of need to fulfill the Communication Studies 101 requirements. The content areas may include communication theory, intercultural, interpersonal, small group communication and/or public speaking. The specific area(s) will be mutually decided by the student and the instructor, depending on the student’s area of needs. First, review the course work from the other college. Second, identify the area(s) of need and develop appropriate assignment(s) to meet the CMST 101 completion requirement. Last, evaluate the completed assignment(s).

Student Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate the ability to identify key concepts in intrapersonal, interpersonal and small group communication as they relate to “real life” situations or “life-like narratives.”

2. Construct and present effective informative and persuasive public presentations.

3. Identify and demonstrate principles of information literacy, which includes correct incorporation of highly credible, multifaceted supporting material into public presentations.

4. Apply principles of diversity in interpersonal, public, and group communication.



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