EST 304: Communication for Engineers and Scientists
In today's society, it is essential for educated people to be able to present technical information to a range of audiences using various communication methods and styles. In EST 304, students learn how to communicate technical concepts that make sense not only to other scientists and engineers, but also to audiences ranging from students to technical consumers in the world marketplace. Course content emphasizes: writing clearly, concisely, and persuasively; creating effective visuals; presenting research verbally during oral presentations; providing and receiving feedback on assignments; and working collaboratively in groups. Written, verbal and visual communication styles are examined.
Prerequisite: WRT 102; TSM major or permission of department.