COM 51200: Interpersonal Communication Theories

Interpersonal communication is designed to increase your understanding and implementation of effective interpersonal communication behaviors through the study of interpersonal communication theory. This course examines the staple topics of interpersonal communication including basic verbal and nonverbal elements affecting communication between individuals in family, peer groups, friendships, and romantic relationships.

Please review the syllabus for full course information.

Term: This is a Winter/Spring I course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Winter/Spring I and Winter/Spring II.

Prerequisite(s): Licensed to teach secondary communications/speech in Indiana

Purdue University Northwest

Semester: Winter/Spring 2024 – Winter/Spring I

Instructor: Catherine M. Gillotti, Ph.D.

Graduate Credits: 3

Format: Online Asynchronous

Dates: 1/8/24 – 3/2/24

Graduate Certificate Available: No

Master’s Completion: View Options for Communications

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