Public Speaking
Brittany Corona '12, a John Jay Institute fellow, was a member of CCU's award winning parliamentary-style debate team.

Public Speaking

"A good orator is pointed and impassioned."
  -Marcus Tullius Cicero, Roman philosopher, statesman, lawyer, political theorist, and constitutionalist (c. 106-43 B.C.)

Effective communicators use both the written and spoken word to their advantage. The Public Speaking emphasis (available for all majors) provides you with a solid foundation through communication core courses, focusing specifically on speaking with clarity and confidence. You'll study persuasive technique, critical reasoning, how to write structured and articulate public addresses, as well as communication processes that play into public speaking.

Public Speaking In the Christian University

Public speakers, however well-trained in dynamism and persuasive techniques, also have an often overlooked responsibility to present truth ethically. The Public Speaking emphasis at CCU trains you to integrate your faith with your learning, understanding both human behavior and what characterizes effective communication. Highly experienced faculty members prioritize training you as an individual on how to use discernment when evaluating and producing avenues of communication.

Course Catalog

Interesting Public Speaking Classes You Might Take

  • Advanced Persuasion
  • Political Campaigns
  • Voice and Diction

What can I do with a degree in Public Speaking ?

  • Debate/Mediation
  • Public Relations
  • Speech Instruction

Spotlight

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Josh Vogt

Communication; English minor
Class of 2005

I came out to New York City in the summer of 2006 and took part in NYU's Summer Publishing program, an intensive, graduate-level experience that taught the ins and outs of both magazine and book publishing. I am now working for Simon & Schuster, one of the largest publishing corporations in the world, as a copy assistant in the Ads/Promotions department, and enjoying the position immensely.
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Contact Info

Undergraduate Admissions

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