UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2019-2020

Course: AAS 151. Fundamentals of Public Speaking (3)

Prerequisite: Multiple Measures Placement in GE-level writing, or completion of 113A or 114A, or completion of the lower division writing requirement. This course is an introduction to public speaking and oral communications processes, with particular emphasis on issues related to Asian American Studies and Asian Pacific American communities. In addition to basic skills, students will be introduced to Asian Americans who have used oral communication as a way to address issues related to, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, identity, and community. Students will be required to deliver a variety of speeches. The course will include intensive practice in public speaking, logical reasoning, and critical reasoning. Students are required to attend 15 hours of public speaking events outside of the classroom. (Cross-listed with AFRS 151, CAS 151CHS 151 and COMS 151/L.) (Available for General Education, Basic Skills A1 Oral Communication.)

Fall-2019 - Schedule of Classes

AAS 151

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