Students in the Human Communication concentration will be exposed to the personal, social, group-related, cultural, organizational, verbal and nonverbal aspects of human communication. Within the Human Communication concentration students will learn:
- How to think critically about their own and other’s communicative behaviors
- How social constraints affect thoughts, feelings and actions communicatively
- How the above influence the production and interpretation of communicative messages in the complex contexts of human communication
The concentration includes courses in Theory, Methods, Statistics, Health Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Group Communication, Language and Nonverbal aspects of Communication, Persuasion, Deception, Conflict, Rhetoric and Public Address, as well as special topics aligned with the expertise of the faculty.