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COMM 5337

Leadership Communication.

Three semester hours.

The course will use a variety of learning methods. In the threaded discussion area, course concepts will be discussed and students will be invited to offer their own experiences, personal and professional backgrounds, and points of view. Since leadership is enacted through communication, the focus on concepts such as persuasion and charisma will be highlighted.
Critical thinking will be developed through class discussion and assignments that require "out of the box" thinking. Logical thinking and critical analysis are essential, this course attempts to develop these skills through the examination and application of organizational, persuasion, interpersonal and mass communication theories. The scientific method will be addressed through testing and retesting of theoretical models to assess validity and reliability.

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