CRS325 Presentational Speaking (Fall, Spring)

Conceptual and practical dimensions of formal presentations in organizational settings. Analysis, adaptation, strategic arrangement and development of ideas, verbal and nonverbal presentational skills.

Speaking and presenting comfortably and effectively in public is a life skill. In both personal and professional situations, these abilities can make the difference between success and failure. This course teaches the value of public speaking and trains students in the practical skills of speech writing for different types of speeches and the presentational skills needed to be an effective communicator and participant in public discourse, as well as in the professional world.

Department: Communications and Rhetorical Studies

Location: Florence

Semesters: Fall, Spring

Credits: 3