CJT 646 Interpersonal Communication and Instruction

Interpersonal communication exists in the relationships between students and instructors and between students, both in and out of the classroom. Although these relationships differ from other interpersonal relationships (e.g., friends, significant others), their impact is no less profound or influential. In this course, students will explore how interpersonal concepts, constructs, theories, and relationships emerge in the classroom. Further, students will explore how the interpersonal concepts, constructs, theories, and relationships impact the overall instructional environment in terms of learning outcomes, satisfaction, and engagement, among other important instructional outcomes.