Seats are still available in COLL-P 155 Public Oral Communication (3 credits)
Sections 15866 and 15867 highlight topics in intercultural communication .
These sections are ideal for international students and domestic students interested in world issues and international communication. Students from multiple backgrounds will have a chance to work together to learn about the most compelling current issues occurring worldwide. International students will find that their specific needs as second language learners will be addressed, while domestic students will learn about the concerns of students from around the world and the impact they have on their own lives. Together, the class as a whole will learn how to speak about these issues and concerns effectively by developing and presenting speeches that have a true impact on their audience and create confidence in group work activities in other classes. Permission required! Interested students should email the Department of Second Language Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org to request permission. Be prepared to give student name, ID number, and preferred section number.