ASPC

Associated Students of Pomona College

Speech

  1. SPCH061A CM-01 — Speech and Debate

    Meany, John — credit: 0.5 — 41 filled of 41 seats

    A study of reasoned discourses, including argument anticipation and opposition, position briefing, evidence evaluation, fallacies, stratagems, persuasion, negotiation, and group problem solving, applied to current political, social, and economic issues. Students participate in either intercollegiate tournaments or campus and public speaking events, including debates and roundtable discussions. This course carries one-half course credit; it may be repeated with a maximum credit of two courses counted toward graduation.

    • CMCT — 6 p.m.–10 p.m. — Bauer Center, Room FOR
  2. SPCH061B CM-01 — Speech and Debate

    Meany, John — credit: 0.0 — 29 filled of 29 seats

    A study of reasoned discourses, including argument anticipation and opposition, position briefing, evidence evaluation, fallacies, stratagems, persuasion, negotiation, and group problem solving, applied to current political, social, and economic issues. Students participate in either intercollegiate tournaments or campus and public speaking events, including debates and roundtable discussions. This course carries one-half course credit; it may be repeated with a maximum credit of two courses counted toward graduation.

    • CMCT — 6 p.m.–10 p.m. — Bauer Center, Room FOR