COM 206 Voice and Articulation (3 credits)

This course is appropriate for students wishing to enter broadcasting, theater, or other careers where voice and articulation are important and for students who wish to enhance their ability to articulate American English. This lecture/demonstration course offers students practice in the use of the voice as a communication tool. Topics covered include: articulation, the aspects of the voice, pronunciation, the vocal mechanism and the International Phonetic Alphabet. Prerequisite: Any 100-level Communication course.