Posted by Alysa Lucas for April 3, 2013
Are you in need of a Social & Behavioral Sciences Class?
Do you need to fulfill your Oral Communication credits?
If so, take one of the following classes this Summer Session I and/or II with Dr. Alysa Lucas from the Department of Communication.
COM 2221: Interpersonal Conflict is an online class offered this Summer Session I (May 28th to June 27th, 2013). This class counts toward Social & Behavioral Sciences credits in the General Education program. Interpersonal Conflict will explore the nature and complexities of conflict management and resolution from a communication perspective with a specific focus on how communication is used to create, reflect, and manage conflict.
COM 3345: The Dark Side of Interpersonal Communication is an online class offered this Summer Session I (May 28th to June 27th, 2013). This class counts toward Social & Behavioral Sciences credits in the General Education program. The Dark Side of Interpersonal Communication will explore the different problems, events, and behaviors that occur in personal relationships such as aggression, bullying, criticism, deception, infidelity, and secret-keeping.
COM 1101: Oral Communication is an on-campus class offered this Summer Session II (July 1st to August 8th, 2013) in Belknap G-3 MTWTh from 10:00-11:40am. The class will prepare students for formal public speaking, effective group communication, effective interpersonal communication, and effective interview preparation and presentation.
If you have any questions, please email Dr. Alysa Lucas at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!