Minor Certificates

Minor in Speech Communication – 18 credits

COMM 1110 – Public Speaking

COMM 2100 – Introduction to Communication Theory

Select four of the following courses, one of which must be at the senior level.

COMM 2300 - Interpersonal Communication

COMM 3000 - Quantitative Communication Research Methods

COMM 3100 - Small Group Communication

COMM 3200 - Introduction to Public Relations

COMM 3310 - Listening

COMM 3330 - Interviewing

COMM 3400 - Introduction to Organizational Communication

COMM 3500 - Fundamentals of Cross-cultural Communication

COMM 4140 - Interpersonal Theory

COMM 4160 - Health Communication

COMM 4060 - Persuasion

COMM 4120 - Theories of Public Communication

COMM 4130 - The Psychology and Semiotics of Communication

COMM 4170 - Rhetorical Criticism

COMM 4400 - Organizational Presentation

COMM 4430 - Ethics of Human Communication

COMM 4600 - Special Topics in Communication Theory

Health Communication Certificate

COMM 2100 - Introduction to Communication Theory

COMM 3500 - Fundamentals of Cross-cultural Communication

COMM 4160 - Health Communication Theory 

One course selected from the following list:

PSYC 3200 - Child Psychology

PSYC 3210 - Psychoeducational Aspects of Early Childhood

PSYC 3220 - Adult Psychology and Gerontology

PSYC 3400 - Abnormal Psychology

SOCI 3750 - Medical Sociology

MKTG 3100 - Health Care Marketing

When seats are available

NURS 3010 - Gerontological Nursing

NURS 3250 - Society, Wellness, and Illness

NURS 3990 - End-of-Life Nurturing

NURS 4010 - Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care

See Dr. Sodowsky for more information on courses.