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Communication 1200 course focuses primarily on public speaking as well as small group communication.  This course is designed to offer students an opportunity to improve their knowledge and skills both as a producers and consumers of public speaking. Students are required to give a number of speeches in this course: Demonstration Speech, Analysis Speech, Persuasive Speech, Informative Speech, etc.

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