Speech and Communication: Homiletics
RS 212

Course Mentor: McElwee, Mark

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This course will explore a variety of experiences that develop basic concepts of the oral communication process. The class includes communication theory as well as speech preparation and delivery. Basic techniques of the oral performance of literature with emphasis on content analysis and performance. Application of public speaking, oral interpretation and debate skills to competitive situations. This course also focuses on the fundamental methods of sermon preparation. It emphasizes both structure and delivery. Attention is given to the determination of audience type, the proper use of voice and other principles of public speaking.

Course Format:  Textbook Oriented

Registration Details:
Credit:3 credit hours
Interest-Free (0%) Tuition Financing available for only $62.50 per month.