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Speech is a really easy class to take online.....I took it through my local technical college as "Oral Communications". I had to write a lot of papers and only had to actually give one speech in the end in front of a camcorder. Check out your local tech school...this should transfer to a university. I also recommend taking any pre-req's you can take at the tech college because they are much, much less expensive. My school has a brochure that shows all of the transferring general eds and I am taking all of them there to save money...and they are all offered online as well. Good Luck!!
Speech is a really easy class to take online.....I took it through my local technical college as "Oral Communications".
Thanks for the reply. I am considering taking the Oral communication class in our local community college this summer, only 8 weeks long, i guess i can deal with it.
The hospital I work for offers $4500/year tuition reimbursement, and i choose University of Wyoming online RN/BSN prgoram, so tuition part shouldn't be a big problem. I just want to take everything online, so i don't have to sit in the class anymore. The local community college I graduated from, their online classes still require take exams in the classroom, so no "cheating" can be done
I took a speech class at Tarrant County College last semester called Interpersonal Communication because the nursing program at TCC wouldn't take my Public Speaking or my Voice and Diction class that I took to get my Bachelor's degree. I only had to take one exam (written) at the testing center on campus, and the remaining tests and assignments were done at home and uploaded to the campus. I didn't have to give a single speech. You shouldn't have any problems finding an online speech class through a college or university. See which one your school requires and if it isn't Public Speaking, you may not have to give any speeches at all. Good luck!