com320 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Conflict, Power, and Influence in Interpersonal Communication
- Identify the principles of interpersonal conflict.
- Use strategies to manage conflict.
- Recognize the elements of power and influence.
- Communicate verbal and nonverbal emotions appropriately.
- Analyze the elements and principles of conversation.
- Create effective verbal messages.
- Identify the channels of nonverbal communication.
Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication
- Identify the elements of interpersonal communication.
- Identify the stages of perception in interpersonal communication.
- Analyze interpersonal communication principles.
Culture, Gender, and Listening in Interpersonal Communication
- Compare interpersonal communication among cultures.
- Recognize how culture and gender influence listening.
- Identify the styles of effective listening.
- Analyze relationships based on relationship theories.
- Identify types of interpersonal relationships.
- Identify the stages of interpersonal relationships.
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