ORAL COMMUNICATION CURRICULAR OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 2013-2014

Jennifer Cleary, (Chair) Theater Arts

Daniel Kryder, Politics

Sophia Malamud, Computer Science

James Morris, Biology

Oral Communication

Implemented in the fall 2007, the oral communication requirement aims to enhance students' ability to communicate and listen effectively in a range of contexts, to critically evaluate orally presented information and arguments, and to consider specific techniques for using language as a communication tool.

Oral communication courses, which may be offered in any department or program, include at least two opportunities per course to develop and practice oral communication skills through a wide range of possible assignments. Courses involve instruction on topics such as appropriate style and effective delivery, theories of effective communication and clarity of expression, ideas and voice, and assessment of students’ communication skills through feedback by instructor and classmates. 

Please click here for an Oral Communication Course Proposal form.

Please click here for a listing of  Oral Communication Resources.

For a list of courses that satisfy the Oral Communication requirement, please visit the following site: Oral Communication Courses.