3.00

(3,0,1)

15

This course examines concepts, research and practice that capture how interpersonal communication shapes our social environment and inner lives. It explores interaction occurring in a variety of contexts (self, family, romantic relationships, group, and work interactions) using socio-psychological, sociocultural, critical theory, and social neuroscience tools. The course also cultivates personal reflection and application of interpersonal skills.

Prerequisites

CMNS 112 and 132