Interpersonal communication

Learn how to communicate in almost any situation

One of the most valuable skills you can develop in college is your ability to communicate.  This minor helps you learn how to handle communication individually, in groups and with large audiences.  


Enhance your knowledge by learning about argumentation and debate, conflict resolution, as well as gaining an understanding of organizational communication and building on your interviewing skills.

A minor in interpersonal communication consists of COMM 216, 218, 312, 315, and nine semester hours of electives chosen from the following: COMM 211, 265, 303, 304, 320, 335, 385, 413, or 440.