Level: 1, Age Requirements: College, Format: Classroom, Prerequisites: None
Communication is one of the most important things we have as humans, and if not understood could lead to future disaster. Communications 101 aims more on the side of the professional world of communication, preparing students for the working environment by providing them with communication styles.
To learn how to bring out the best in people at their worst.
The book - Dealing With People You Can’t Stand: “How to bring out the best in people at their worst” By: Dr. Rick Brinkman and Dr. Rick Kirschner
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Looking in depth at what Dr. Rick Brinkman and Dr. Rick Kirschner say and then discussing it in class.
REGULAR SCHOOL HOURS:
Check schedule to determine time of class. Students are responsible for showing up on time and making work up outside of class. Students are also responsible for coming to class with assigned reading done.
CODE OF CONDUCT:
Students will be graded will be evaluated through their level of discussion and outside work done. Students are required to pass communications 101 if they plan on completing the college program.
HOW TO SUCCEED:
To be successful in this class students need to be open to discussion in class as well as finish outside work.