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COM 162.82 - Interpersonal Communication
Western Connecticut State University
Katie M. Lever-Mazzuto
Winter (11-12) 2011
From December 19, 2011 To January 13, 2012
Add'l Out-of-State Cost:
Per Semester Fee:
Late Registration Fee:
Working from the assumption that the basis of a meaningful existence is the ability to engage in gratifying and ethical relationships with others, this class examines the complex nature of face-to-face interaction. Course lectures, readings, and discussions consider the nature of communication, reality, language, and nonverbal communication and relationships. Class activities focus on improving awareness and understanding of the communication of oneself and others; and providing the skills necessary to make conscious choices about how to present one's self and interact with others.
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Intersession 2012 Registration Form:
Students from other universities must: *
* meet all appropriate WCSU criteria
* apply to WCSU Registrar for forwarding of official transcripts to his/her university
* provide Immunization Records if born after 12-31-56
* While not required it is useful to have a copy of your transcript with you to assist in advisement as one selects their Summer classes. A transcript is required if you are taking a class that needs a prerequisite. You must have a C or better in the prerequisite course.
Registration may be done via fax, mail or in person in the Registrar’s Office, Old Main Building, First Floor 181 White Street, Danbury, CT 06810. Hours are: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: (203) 837-9200 - TOLL FREE at 1-877-837-WCSU Fax: (202-837-9049
Payment must be presented at registration: check, money order, MasterCard, Visa, Discover Cards accepted. You will be charged a $50 fee for checks returned for insufficient funds.
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