Introduction to Rhetorical Communication

Professor: various
Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer
Credits: 3.0
See this class in the 2-year sequence

Catalog Information

Develops public speaking skills through an examination of rhetorical theory, training, and practice. Students majoring in Administrative Science may substitute CM 313, Business and Professional Communication, for this course.

Here's what students had to say about this class...

"Useful for just about every career." --Toro Hill, '01

"A speech is very much like the process of building a web site - you must analyze who your audience is and how you want to present your ideas to them; then you must structure your delivery of your message in such a way that it maximizes the opportunity for persuasion of your audience. Very similar to web site development." --Ron Davenport