SPEECH 1010 Public Speaking 2 Credits

Students learn the fundamental theories and concepts of public communication and practice researching topics, organizing material, and presenting speeches with accompanying appropriate and natural nonverbal communication.
Components: Class
GE: Speech
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer

SPEECH 2010 Speech Communication for Teachers 3 Credits

This course focuses on all facets of speech communication vital to teachers in the classroom. Student activities include simulated instructional presentations.
Components: Class
GE: Speech
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

SPEECH 2250 Communication & Leadership in Small Groups 3 Credits

Students study contemporary theories and concepts surrounding communication in small groups. Students lead, participate in, and observe small group activities such as project planning, decision making, and task completion.
Components: Class
GE: Speech
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

SPEECH 2500 Topics in Speech 1-3 Credits

In depth study of topics of interest in speech communication. The topic to be studied will be identified in the course title.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Occasional

SPEECH 3010 Directed Studies in Forensics 1 Credit

Students apply effective oral communication skills by participating in the forensics program as competitive speakers, as tournament managers, and as tournament judges.
Components: Independent Study
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

SPEECH 3250 Interpersonal Communication 3 Credits

The study of human communication and relationships. Contemporary theories and basic concepts concerning interpersonal communication are covered with an emphasis on dyadic communication. NOTE: This course is approved to satisfy either the standards for Speech OR the standards for Social Sciences in General Education, but not both.
Components: Class
GE: Social Sciences, Speech
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

SPEECH 3990 Teaching Methods in Speech Communication 3 Credits

Students learn curriculum, test and measurement, setting course objectives, and setting course structure for drama, speech, debate, and other speech-related courses and activities.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Occasional

SPEECH 4020 History and Theory of Rhetoric 3 Credits

This course is designed for students who will use and/or teach rhetoric strategies and structures in the professional world. From speech and communication theory to the teaching of critical and interpretational writing and reading, the study of rhetorics place in the history of ideas will help students to understand the place and power of language in the university and the professional work place.
Components: Class
Cross Offering: ENGLISH 4020
GE: Humanities
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: (ENGLISH 1130 or ENGLISH 1040) and ENGLISH 1230
Typically Offered: Fall

SPEECH 4990 Independent Study 1-3 Credits

Under the direction of a faculty member, the student completes study and assignments covering a specific speech-related subject, not offered in regularly scheduled courses.
Components: Independent Study
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring