CIT 305 — Communication Design in Liberal Studies
Communications and Information Technology
This course builds a bridge from students’ general education to the work they do in liberal studies. With the aim of preparing students for both professional life and graduate work, this course introduces disciplinary strategies for investigating provocative issues and for communicating to others about them. In this way, the course offers students time to learn and to practice more advanced skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Students will develop strategic approaches to document design and using appropriate software to produce and critique both print documents and Web pages. The course emphasizes fundamental principles of communication with time-on-task and real world communication tasks.
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