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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Interpersonal Communication Part I
Course: COM110AA

First Term: 1995 Fall
Lecture   1 Credit(s)   1 Period(s)   1 Load  
Subject Type: Academic
Load Formula: S

Description: Theory and practice of communication skills which affect day-to- day interactions with other persons. Topics may include using verbal and nonverbal symbols, interactive listening, resolving interpersonal conflict, developing and maintaining personal and professional relationships

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Define the process of interpersonal communication in terms of models and principles. (I)
2. Explain how perception impact communication and interaction. (II)
3. Trace the development of self-concept and its influences on communication. (II)
4. Demonstrate the ability to observe and express emotions effectively and responsibly in a variety of communication situations. (II)
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Interpersonal Communication Process: Models and Principles
   A. Source Receiver
   B. Encoding-Decoding
   C. Messages
   D. Feedback
   E. Channels
   F. Noise
   G. Context
II. Factors Within the Individual Which Influence Communication
   A. Perception
   B. Self-Concept
   C. Emotions
   D. Attitudes
   E. Beliefs
   F. Values
   G. Choice/Responsibility
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:  6/27/1995

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