Introduction to various types of interviews and
techniques of interviewing. All participating students required to act
as interviewers and interviewees in all situations. Employment,
evaluative, journalistic, and probing interviews stressed.
Fundamentals of Speech (R) (3)
Effective oral communication developed through analysis and practice of basic speech skills. Control of vocal and articulatory mechanisms; study of sounds and acceptable pronunciation of standard American English; principles of delivery applied to informal public speaking, group discussion, and interpretive reading.
Special Studies in Speech (3)
A course in a selected topic not offered in the regular curriculum. May
be repeated for credit, assuming the subject matter is different.
Further information, including prerequisites, if any, is contained in
the Schedule of Classes.
Public Speaking (3)
Principles of public speaking. Practice in preparation, composition, and delivery of various types of speeches.