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Continuing Communication

The Continuing Communication requirement moves students from broad and integrative understandings of writing, speaking, and other forms of communication of ideas and knowledge to a deeper understanding of communication within a specific content area or discipline.

Continuing Communication courses require that students use communication as a form of inquiry, invention, and reflection. Communication is a central focus of the course as demonstrated by the course assignments, which must reflect at least two different genres or modes of communication. Continuing Communication courses also focus on the process of communicating by incorporating approaches such as scaffolding, revision, reflection, and frequent feedback.

For more information, consult the College Senate page on Satisfying Communication Requirement Guidelines.