Course Description

Apply principles of communication that transfer to real-world scenarios to meet the needs of the intended audience. Develop the reading, writing, critical thinking, and oral skills essential to be an effective communicator. Conduct, evaluate, and use research from appropriate sources.

Classes are scheduled two times per week.




Communication (COMMLL041) OR Communication D (COMM11040) OR Grammar and Composition for General Arts & Sciences (COMM10045) OR English 1 for Pre-Health (COMM10050) OR Communications/Reporting (COMMLL223) OR Clinical Recording & Presentation Skills (COMM10100) OR AC - Communications, Part B (COMMLL044) OR English 1 (COMM10256) OR Communication for Personal Support Workers (COMM10380) OR Communication for Business Professionals (COMM10381) OR Communications (Langs) (TEMPLL041) OR Business English Skills (COMM10382) OR Essential Communication Skills for Nursing (COMM10400)

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