COM 105-A Interpersonal Communication


Course Details

  • Online
  • 8 Weeks | May 29 – July 20
  • 3 Credits | Cost: $1425.00
  • Online myHill Registration | April 9 – May 22
  • Online Payment is Due at Time of Registration

Course Description

The basic elements of interpersonal communication, with special emphasis on developing knowledge and skills applicable to face-to-face interactions between individuals. The class facilitates an exploration of verbal and nonverbal communication.

Additional Information

  • This course is required for all Communication majors and minors.
  • Faculty will contact all students after the May 22nd registration deadline with course instructions. Students should expect to dedicate approximately 17 hours of course related work per week.

Course Instructor

Lisa Boragine

Adjunct Professor of Communication

Lisa Boragine has been an adjunct professor at Stonehill College since 2011, teaching courses in public speaking, persuasive communication, and interpersonal communication. In addition to teaching, Lisa has experience working in the publishing industry on online curriculum design and development for Cengage Learning, an education and technology company focused on the higher education market. She has consulted for nonprofit organizations and published authors on their public speaking. Lisa is currently a full time tenured faculty at the Cape Cod Community College in Communication Studies. She has an undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont in environmental studies and a Master of Arts degree in Speech Communication from Syracuse University. She is currently pursuing her PhD in environmental studies from Antioch University New England with a focus on the use of interactive storytelling games to teach sustainability in higher education. Lisa lives in Raynham, Mass with her husband and two young girls. She loves to travel, is fluent in Spanish and has dual citizenship in the United States and Colombia.