How to develop this skill outside the classroom: Seek an internship at a local network television station, or check out the opportunities at your college radio station or newspaper. Query campus offices such as Resident Life, the Student Learning Center or the Career Center, which often hire students to help lead marketing initiatives on campus. Land a position as a campus representative for a media company like Apple or Vault. You'll get an inside look at the methods companies use to reach young people.
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Skip to main content. Public Speaking Course Basic Course Information Overview Classes Offered Introducing the Basic Courses in the Department of Communication Studies Communications Studies Introductory Speech Courses Speaking effectively—as a citizen, a professional, an organizational member, or a student—requires a clear sense of purpose, resourceful thinking, an ability to adapt ideas to others, and confidence to express those ideas. COMS Speaker-Audience Communication.
Study of rhetorical theory and its application to the preparation, presentation, and criticism of oral discourse in audience situations. Special consideration of listening behavior and of the ethical conduct of speech in a free society.
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This course fulfills the College argument and reason requirement. Speaker-Audience Communication, Honors.
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