2019-2020 College Catalog by Miracosta College

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areas of study courses psyc 101 or psyc 101h psyc 104 or psyc 104h soc 101 or soc 101h general psychology general psychology honors statistics for behavioral science statistics for behavioral science honors introduction to sociology introduction to sociology honors total units 18-19 course satisfies a general education requirement on the csu-ge or igetc general education pattern to ensure this degree is completed with no more than 60 units students should select courses that will also satisfy a general education requirement course is required major preparation at csu san marcos csusm students planning to transfer to csusm are advised to select these courses to complete this degree for more information on this major at csusm please refer to the articulation agreement at assist.org note students are strongly advised to select courses that meet lower-division major preparation requirements at their transfer university and to complete the history constitution and american ideals requirement prior to transfer courses comm 101 public speaking units 3 prerequisites none acceptable for credit csu uc lecture 3 hours course typically offered fall spring and summer this course provides training in the basic principles of oral expression students learn how to select and research subjects organize and support ideas and prepare and deliver various forms of speeches c-id comm-110 comm 106 group communication units 3 prerequisites none acceptable for credit csu uc lecture 3 hours course typically offered fall spring this course introduces students to group communication processes and principles and the necessary role of discussion in society while addressing current topics of controversy students learn and apply theories of group problem solving roles conflict resolution leadership ethics and decision making students develop group communication skills in verbal and nonverbal interaction participation organization and cultural diversity c-id comm-140 comm 111 oral interpretation of literature units 3 prerequisites none enrollment limitation not open to students with prior credit in dram 111 acceptable for credit csu uc lecture 3 hours course typically offered fall or spring this course introduces the oral interpretation and analysis of literary works of art in their intellectual emotional and aesthetic forms class readings include prose poetry and drama students develop vocal and physical expressiveness variety and flexibility through oral presentations of literature cid comm-170 comm 120 principles of human communication units 3 prerequisites none advisory engl 100 or engl 100h acceptable for credit csu uc lecture 3 hours course typically offered fall spring and summer this course introduces human communication concepts and theories it focuses on the role and significance of communication in and across different contexts and it covers the basic structures and processes of communication topics include message production message reception and varying influences on human communication such as interpersonal intercultural and mediated contexts c-id comm-180 comm 135 gender studies in communication units 3 prerequisites none advisory ace 150 engl 50 esl 150 or eligibility determined by the english placement process acceptable for credit csu uc lecture 3 hours course typically offered fall or spring this course examines the communication patterns typically exhibited by men and women it studies differences and similarities in verbal and nonverbal behaviors perception conflict leadership and interpersonal relationships students develop an awareness and appreciation of gender as an important variable in human communication in both public and private settings comm 207 interpersonal communication units 3 prerequisites none acceptable for credit csu uc lecture 3 hours course typically offered fall spring this course provides for the study of communication within an interpersonal context it includes the study of the communication process perception the symbolic nature of language nonverbal codes principles of effective communication and the effects of communication on people in society c-id comm-130 174 miracosta college 2019-2020 catalog