COMM352: Public Persuasion

Course Description

Introduces theories and techniques of effective public speaking and presentations, including rhetoric. Explores different types of speeches, audience analysis, vocal mastery and non-verbal communication. Builds students’ ability to develop spoken, face-to-face and technologically-facilitated advocacy skills, and their capacity to present media events, produce compelling personal narratives, and write and present speeches in professional settings.

Course Credits

  • 3.00