### Communication

Definition: Communication is the ability to communicate effectively by determining the purpose, audience and context of communication, and respond to feedback to improve clarity, coherence and effectiveness in workplace, community and academic pursuits.

Outcomes: Through Related Instruction, a student should be able to:

1. Engage in purposeful communication processes that accomplish goals;
2. Respond to the needs of diverse audiences and contexts;
3. Read actively, think critically, and write purposefully and capably for academic and/or, professional audiences;
4. Demonstrate appropriate reasoning in response to complex issues; and
5. Locate, evaluate, and ethically utilize information to communicate effectively.
##### Courses approved as standalone options for fulfilling Related Instruction in Communication:
• BA 205 Business Communication (4 cr)
• COMM 111Z Public Speaking (4 cr)
• COMM 140 Introduction to Intercultural Communication (4 cr)
• COMM 215 Small Group Communication: Process and Theory (4 cr)
• COMM 218Z Interpersonal Communication (4 cr)
• WR 115 Introduction to Expository Writing (4 cr)
• WR 121Z Composition I (4 cr)
• WR 122Z Composition II (4 cr)
• WR 227Z Technical Writing (4 cr)

### Computation

Definition: Computation is the identification, extraction, interpretation, evaluation, communication, and application of quantitative information and methods for solving problems, evaluating claims, and supporting decisions.

Outcomes: Through Related Instruction, a student should be able to:

1. Use appropriate mathematics to solve problems; and
2. Recognize which mathematical concepts are applicable to a scenario, apply appropriate mathematics and technology in its analysis, and then accurately interpret, validate, and communicate the results.
##### Courses approved as standalone options for fulfilling Related Instruction in Computation:
• BA 104 Applied Business Math (4 cr)
• MTH 105Z Math in Society (4 cr)
• MTH 110 Technical Math (4 cr)
• MTH 111Z Precalculus I: Functions (4 cr)
• MTH 112Z Precalculus II: Trigonometry (4 cr)
• MTH 211 Foundations of Elementary Math I (4 cr)
• MTH 212 Foundations of Elementary Math II (4 cr)
• MTH 213 Foundations of Elementary Math III (4 cr)
• MTH 251 Calculus I (5 cr)
• MTH 252 Calculus II (5 cr)
• MTH 253 Calculus III (5 cr)
• STAT 243Z Elementary Statistics I (4 cr)
• STAT 244 Statistics II (5 cr)

### Human Relations

Definition: Human relations addresses the ability to recognize and understand both the differences and sameness of self (intra) and others (inter) while working towards a mutual personal relationship or a cooperative working relationship.

Outcomes: Through Related Instruction, a student should be able to:

1. Develop a personal and workplace human relations philosophy,
2. Demonstrate an understanding of the evolving dynamics of interpersonal and group interactions,
3. Demonstrate abilities to address and deal with conflict with safe and satisfactory results,
4. Define your personal leadership style and demonstrate how that style can be effective in specific situations,
5. Explain how cultural intelligence is a positive influence in relationships with others, and
6. Clarify and demonstrate communication techniques to include body language, oral and written communication, and good listening skills to assist in relationships and meeting goals.
##### Courses approved as standalone options for fulfilling Related Instruction in Human Relations:
• BA 285 Human Relations in Organizations (3 cr)
• PSY 101 Psychology and Human Relations (4 cr)

## Susan Lewis﻿

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