Public Rhetoric and Practical Communication

Diane Forbes

CAT 125 Forbes

This course in public rhetoric and practicum communication prepares you for postgraduate experiences in academic and professional settings by studying rhetorical strategies for future success. We will examine our roles as social and organizational actors who produce and participate in various forms of organizational discourses. The course will cover performances such as interviews, job application letters, IGNITE speeches, branding, framing, and personal statements which students will have opportunities to learn more about through class readings, discussions, and graded oral and written assignments.