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Social Interaction

Students need to develop effective social interaction skills to utilize their knowledge and accomplish their goals. College graduates will be called on to work cooperatively and effectively in one-to-one relationships and in groups.


An example of an All-University Curriculum course that develops social interaction skills is The Adult Journey, which explores bio-psycho-social events in early, middle, and late adulthood. You will develop social interaction skills in small group activities and simulations.