CMNS 1980 Professional Presentation/Communication, Police and Justice Studies (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students in the Police and Justice program examine core communication forms in their field, expanding on skills learned in CMNS 1810. Students develop writing and speaking skills, along with skills in interpreting communication scenarios, to produce effective professional verbal and written communication. Students learn best practice strategies for content, organization and production of various police reports, as well as the oral presentation of information. Students also develop skill in interviewing and research. Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Police and Justice Program AND CMNS 1810 with C- minimum or equivalent OR CMNS 1811 with a C- minimum or equivalent professional writing course.
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