CG-103: Communication


Course Description

This course explores the nature of communication and its different forms with an emphasis on oral communication. The activities will allow students to improve the effectiveness of their communication skills.

Course Rationale

Communication is about making connections with others in our society. As the human body moves according to how its parts connect, so the Church, as the Body of Christ, exists as its members connect to one another. The process of communicating occurs at horizontal and vertical levels. The horizontal levels include how people relate to each other in large groups, small groups, and couples. The vertical level depicts how well people relate to God in public worship and private devotion. During this course, students will discover the concepts and principles that form the basis for communication in ministry settings. In addition, the student will be introduced to aspects of culture that affect how messages are transmitted and received as well as basic principles of effective electronic and speech communication.

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