Building strong relationships
The interpersonal communication track provides you with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate effectively and responsibly in a variety of interpersonal contexts including family, friend, work, and romantic relationships. Within these settings, you will apply that knowledge to recognize, explain and respond to a wide variety of communication problems and encounters.
Within the interpersonal communication track, the primary areas of study include:
- Aging and ethics
- Conflict, negotiation and mediation
- Family communication
- Gender and communication
- Nonverbal communication and listening
- Public speaking
For a more detailed outline of the classes required for the interpersonal communication track, please view the advising sheet.