- Communication Models & Theory: Students will comprehend, understand, and apply communication models and theory in diverse practical contexts.
- Ethically Appropriate Communication:
- Students will be able to develop content that reflects ethically appropriate communication in multiple contexts.
- o Students will be able to understand and demonstrate appreciation of the cultural values, diversity and unity of a multicultural world.
- Communication Artifacts: Students will be able to evaluate, analyze, and synthesize communication artifacts with skill in relating them to similar communication products.
- Information Literacy: Students are able to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to use the appropriate methodology to discover, evaluate, and utilize the appropriate evidence in communicating messages.
- Communication Ability: Students will be able to communicate orally and in writing with advanced proficiency.
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