CategoriesFaculty of Information Technology
Interpersonal Communication is a skills course. It is intended to help students understand the importance of communication in all aspects of their academic and personal life. The method of instruction is problem-based learning, giving students the opportunity to be the center of the learning process. The very vital communication skills will be learned by the student through solving four problems that cover an introduction to the subject, the listening skill clusters, assertion skills and finally conflict management. The main aim of the course is to enable students to communicate effectively with their peers, faculty members, family members, friends and the society at large. It is a given that ineffective communication leads to all sorts of failed relationships at school, at work and even at home with parents, siblings and children. The course will give students an added advantage by being able to develop and nurture flourishing relationships that not only help them to succeed in their endeavours but will also make their lives richer and more productive.