Public Speaking Course – Presentation Skills II

Course Overview

The course consists of learning theory and practice area skills relevant to higher-level Public Speaking / Presentation Skill competencies in the context of digital media and academic skills. This course equips participants with the essential skills and techniques to become confident and effective public speakers. Through interactive exercises, practical assignments, and real-world examples, participants will learn how to craft compelling messages, deliver impactful presentations, and engage diverse audiences with clarity and confidence.

Upon completion of this course, participants will have the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver engaging and persuasive presentations in various professional and personal settings. They will be able to articulate their ideas effectively, connect with their audience, and leave a lasting impression through their speaking engagements.

  • Course Code: CMNS120

  • Course Credits: 4.0

  • Course Hours: 80


No prerequisite to this course.

Course Details

  • Modern Elements of Public Speaking
  • Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking
  • Components of a Successful Speach
  • Three P’s of a Successful Speech
  • Business etiquette, ethics
  • Sales Pitch and Elevator Pitch
  • Final Presentation

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • Understand theory related to public speaking and presentation
  • Research, prepare, and present ideas in a public presentation showing competency in the areas of:

    • Developing a comprehensive step-by-step presentation outline
    • Connect with audience
    • Maintaining an effective speaking presence
    • Applying skills to overcome speaking anxiety
    • Responding appropriately to audience needs
    • Using effective non-verbal communication skills
    • Developing and apply visual dimensions to presentations
    • Capturing listeners attention and interest
    • Avoiding common public speaking mistakes. 

Learning Methods

  • Lecture
  • Group Work
  • Practical Application
  • Discussion
  • Projects