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2002 Summer - Speech Communication

Broadcasting
NOTE: Broadcasting courses do not count toward the fine arts core curriculum.

EVENING - 8 WK - REDUCED CONTACT HOURS

Cancelled SCB-107-AE1 Media Communication
   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   T   Kleist 222   J. Tarantowski
Core Academic Skills: Writing, Oral Communication and Research
An analysis of selected movies and TV genres as examples of the best in the mass entertainment media.  Movies and TV programs will be viewed and discussed in order to establish criteria for evaluating and setting standards in these two media.

Speech Communication Disorders
NOTE: Communication Disorder courses do not count toward the fine arts core curriculum.

DAY - 6 WK - SESSION 1

Cancelled ! SCD-134-S01 Sign Language I
   3   8:00AM-10:05AM   MTTH   Kleist 221   C. Williams
An introduction to the acquisition and development of fundamental expressive and receptive skills in manual communication.  Special emphasis is placed on basic positions, movements and rhythmic aspects of encoding and decoding the language of signs and the American Manual alphabet.  A cultural perspective of deafness will be stressed.

Communication
NOTE: Communication courses do not count toward the fine arts core curriculum.

DAY - 6 WK - SESSION 1

Cancelled ! SCC-106-S01 Intro to Human Commun
   3   10:30AM-12:35PM   MTTH   Kleist 220   M. Toale
Introduction to the elements of speech communication including the development of interpersonal, group, nonverbal, intercultural, organizational and public communication skills.

EVENING - 8 WK - REDUCED CONTACT HOURS

Cancelled ! SCC-307-AE1 Nonverbal Communication
   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   T   Kleist 220   K. Thweatt
Prerequisites: Take SCC-106 or consent of instructor
A course tailored to engage students in learning how nonverbal processes related to facial, eye, artifactual, spatial, tactile, paralinguistic and temporal communication influence human interaction.

! SCC-324-AE1 Studies in Communication   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   W   Kleist 221   M. Toale
Prerequisites: Take SCC-106 or consent of instructor; Course may be repeated as the topic changes.
This course examines current topics of concern within the communication area.  Topic offerings to include health communication, communication and aging, listening, conflict communication, communication education, black rhetoric, political communication, legal communication, or gender communication.

WEEKEND - 8 WK - REDUCED CONTACT HOURS

Cancelled ! SCC-202-AW1 Interpersonal Communctn
   3   8:00AM-11:00AM   SA   Kleist 222   J. Lakner
Prerequisites: Take SCC-112
An introduction to one-to-one communication which emphasizes the initiating, maintenance, and dissolution of relationships.  The concepts of people perception beginning with the "self" are studied in terms of verbal and nonverbal cues, gender, and multi-cultural variable.  Listening, conflict management and self-presentation are included.

Cancelled ! SCC-306-AW1 Business & Prof Speaking   3   8:00AM-11:00AM   SU   Kleist 222   J. Lakner
Prerequisites: Take SCC-112
Core Academic Skills: Oral Communication, Social Interaction and Research
A course designed to develop skill in the preparation and delivery of professional public speeches.  Critical analyses, video sessions and conferences will be used to develop critical thinking and analytical skills.  Emphasis will be placed on emerging technology used in the public presentations.

IMMERSION - 5 DAYS - FULL CONTACT HOURS

!* SCC-106-XIM Intro Human Communication
   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   SASUWSASU   Kleist 219   M. Toale
Core Academic Skills: Oral Communication and Social Interaction
This course will meet 9:00am - 5:00pm on each of the folowing days:  Saturday-Sunday, July 27-28, Wednesday, July 31, Saturday-Sunday, August 3-4.
Introduction to the elements of speech communication including the development of interpersonal, group, nonverbal, intercultural, organizational and public communication skills.

!* SCC-112-XIM Public Speaking   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   WFWFW   Kleist 219   C. Koermer
Core Academic Skills: Oral Communication and Social Interaction
This course will meet 9:00am - 5:00pm on each of the following days: Wednesday, May 22, Friday, May 24, Wednesday, May 29, Friday, May 31 and Wednesday, June 5.
A practical general course introducing the elements of speaking in public.  Emphasis on ethics public speaking, controlling nervousness, the importance of listening, audience analysis, speech purposes, selecting and researching topics, speech organization, language for oral style, and use of basic support visuals.  Student assignments will move from simple to relatively complex presentations.

! SCC-202-XIM Interpersonal Communictn   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   SASUWSASU   Kleist 220   S. Gilmore
Prerequisites: Take SCC 112
This course will meet 9:00am - 5:00pm on each of the following days:  Saturday-Sunday, May 11-12, Wednesday, May 15 and Saturday-Sunday, May 18-19.
See Weekend Division for course description.

! SCC-207-XIM Group Comm & Leadership   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   SASUWSASU   Kleist 220   J. Lakner
Prerequisites: Take SCC-112
This course will meet 9:00am - 5:00pm on each of the following days:  Saturday-Sunday, July 20-21, Wednesday, July 24 and Saturday-Sunday, July 27-28
A practical course with emphasis on discussion techniques and leadership actions in the group setting.  How to lead, facilitate, and participate in group meetings.  Emphasis on choosing and using meeting procedures for achieving group goals, group decision making and problem solving, managing conflicts in meetings, special techniques in meetings, and the development of strategies for productive meetings.

! SCC-313-XIM Organizational Comm   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   WFWFW   Kleist 219   C. Koermer
Prerequisites: Take SCC-106 or consent of the instructor
This course will meet 9:00am - 5:00pm on each of the following days:  Wednesday, June 12, Friday, June 14, Wednesday, June 19, Friday, June 21 and Wednesday, June 26.
This course examines how oral communication is exchanged among corporate members and the extent to which such interaction influences managerial/subordinate relationships.  The learning environment entails discussing case study readings, conducting exercises, and completing a project.

! SCC-410-XIM Persuasion   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   SASUWSASU   Kleist 219   S. Gilmore
Prerequisites: Take SCC-106
This course will meet 9:00am - 5:00am on each of the following days: Saturday-Sunday, August 3-4, Wednesday, August 7, Saturday-Sunday, August 10-11
A course designed to promote awareness of persuasive stimuli based on modern research in behavioral science.  Basic kinds of arguments and types of reasoning are included.  Campaign strategies are studied.

! SCC-463-XIM Comm Power Skills/Strategy   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   SASUWSASU   Kles 121   V. Jackson
This course will meet 9:00am - 5:00pm on each of the following days:  Saturday-Sunday, August 3-4; Wednesday, August 7 and Saturday-Sunday, August 10-11.
May also take for Business credit - See BUS-463-XIM
Concentrate on developing skills in presenting orally using PowerPoint and other visual supports, sending and receiving in an interview, listening, and participating in groups, strategies and more.  Aimed to help those who recognize the need to express assertively at work - particularly dealing with those in power.


Theatre

EVENING - 8 WK - REDUCED CONTACT HOURS

! SCT-151-AE1 Acting for Non-Majors   
2   6:15PM-8:15PM   M   Kleist 221   J. Winget
Core Academic Skills: Writing and Oral Communication
A basic course designed to introduce non-majors to the prinicples of acting.  Emphasis is placed on body control, interpretation, improvisation and scene work.

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