Comm 2381: Oral Communication
In this class students will gain greater competence as communicators and develop skills that will enhance their personal, professional and public communication, adopting techniques that increase their effectiveness, reflect their identity and correspond with their scholarly and professional. Upon completing this course, students will increase their communication competence.
Requesting Class Permit
A permit is required to register for a course section that is closed to you because it is full or has been labeled "restricted" or "permit required" by the academic department. For almost all subjects, you must request a permit from the academic department offering the subject.
In order to obtain a COMM 2381 Permit, please contact Professor Lori Stallings (email@example.com)
- The Registrar's Office cannot issue permits: only academic departments or advising units can.
- A permit gives you permission to register for a class: you, yourself, must actually register for the class through the online registration system.
- To see if a department has issued you a permit, check your "Registration Status" screen in Student Self Service.
- If the online registration system will not allow you to register for the class, even though the department/unit agreed to issue a permit, contact the office again and explain the problem. The office will need to determine if it issued the permit correctly or if it needs to issue an additional permit or permits.