COM 110A: Oral Communication

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09-01-18 17:30 - 09-02-18 21:30

Class Schedule for Colorado Christian University at Buckley Air Force Base
COM 110A: Oral Communication
9 January-6 February
This course provides an introduction to principles of communication emphasizing public speaking. Aspects of verbal and nonverbal delivery, speech organization and the effective use of supporting material and presentational aids are addressed. Students give several speeches designed to better equip them for future speaking endeavors.
Class is held at Buckley AFB Tuesday nights from 1730-2130.
This class fulfills CCAF Speech class.

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