Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I absolutely loved this class. The course material was very interesting and I learned a lot about the different perspectives of communication. From verbal to non-verbal communication, how you communicate in relationships, your family, friends and in all aspects of your life. The course load was very manageable and straight to the point. The professor Mr. Stephen G. Keating was wonderful, helpful, and during hurricane Matthew was in communication with his students as soon as possible.
The highlights of this class were communication for different cultures and individuals. It touched upon how different people can communicate in romantic relationships, within a family, in work settings, and more. This class was actually very informative and interesting because it made you think about how you communicate in every aspect of your life. From the checkout person at the grocery store, to your significant other, or even when talking with a close friend. You can communicate without even saying anything. This is deemed nonverbal communication and can include how you stand, if you fold your arms, when you make a certain expression, or if you keep checking your watch when talking to someone. International Communication really makes you think and evaluate yourself.
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Take this class!! You will come out of this class enlightened and absolutely glad that you took it. There is so much to learn about interpersonal communication. Initially I was dreading this class. But at the end of the semester I was so excited about the material we covered. I actually read every single chapter.