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by Deborah Bridges
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Fundamental of Public Speaking Professor: Deborah Bridges Description: Fundamentals of Public Speaking refines students' listening and verbal/nonverbal skills, essential to effective communication.

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by Richard Kasschau
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Principles and theories of psychology including methodology and brief analysis of major content areas ranging from development, perception, and learning to motivation/emotion, personality, and social processes.

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by Thomas O'Brien
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An overview of the interactions among seven major cultural traditions (Judeo-Christian, Graeco-Roman, Indian, Chinese, African, Islamic, American Indian), from c.e. 1500.

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by Thomas O'Brien
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The Central Intelligence Agency as an instrument of United States policy toward Third World nations.

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by Sally Vaughn
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History, culture, and religion of Vikings from their Indo-European roots and migration to Scandinavia through their invasions of Europe, excursions to North America, and trade with the Byzantine and Muslim worlds: state-building and impact on world history.

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by Thomas O'Brien
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Explores piracy and smuggling from the early modern world to the present. Topics include Caribbean and Indian Oceans and pirates, social history, and piracy and smuggling in the age of globalization.

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by Martha Haun
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Procedures for planning and conducting meetings, including large conventions, board meetings, and informal committees.

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by Irving Rothman
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The Swedish Academy, comprising 18 lifetime members, each year awards the Nobel Prize to the world’s greatest writer for a lifetime of writing achievement.

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by Sally Vaughn
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A comparative survey of six major geographical and cultural areas (West Asia, South Asia, East Asia, Africa, Europe, and Meso-America) from 4000 B.C. to c.e. 1500.

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by Martha Haun
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By developing an understanding of a variety of theories of human communication, students will achieve an understanding that permits a more flexible, useful and discriminating interpretation of human communication events.

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