2013-2015 Undergraduate Catalog


HCS 220 Nonverbal Communication

Designed to familiarize the primary concepts and the body of literature relating to nonverbal communication. Approached from a theoretical examination relating to the spatial, temporal, vocal, kinesic, occulesic, and olfactic constructs of nonverbal communication. Will acquire an understanding of nonverbal cues and how they impact communication interactions. Students can also improve speaking and listening abilities by understanding how nonverbal actions affect communication with others.

Credits

3