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CST 100 and CST 100 DE: CST 100 Public Speaking provides students with an understanding of the process
of human communication in public situations through the application of theory
and principles of public address. Students will gain an overview of the process of public speaking, then learn the
basic principles of speech preparation, and finally apply and adapt those
principles when delivering various types of speeches more...
CST 141: In order to fully appreciate the theater it is essential to become acquainted with the nature of the theatrical event. The course will deal with the human impulses that prompted the creation of the theater more...
CST 137: Oral Interpretation studies the theory and practice of performing various types
of literature: prose, poetry and drama. Emphasis will be placed on more...
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CST 131-132: Develops personal resources and explores performance skills through such activities as theatre games, role playing, improvisation, work on basic script units, and performance of scenes more...
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