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Communication

Being able to communicate appropriately and effectively is one of the most important life skills you can gain. You’ll demonstrate excellent use of written, oral, and nonverbal communication proficiencies in a variety of social, professional, and scholarly settings. You’ll be able to concisely convey thoughts and accurately interpret the message of your peers.

Examples of Communication:

  • Giving oral presentations
  • Writing papers
  • Cornerstone courses
  • Divisional level courses such as Child and Adolescent Development, Introduction to Life Sciences, American Drama, Literary Ventures, and more.
  • All Capstone courses