Communication and Culture | Business and Professional Communication
C223 | 1045-1053 | Staff


C223 is a course designed to familiarize students with the kinds of
communication behavior commonly occurring with the organizational
context, to assist their awareness and understanding of underlying
communication processes, and to develop in them the skills needed for
effective communication in a variety of organizational settings.
Students are exposed to theories of organization and management,
leadership, learning and persuasion, conflict, and group
decision-making.  The major thrust of the course is oriented toward
the acquisition of communication skills.  Students develop skills of
leading and contributing to groups/teams, speaking in public settings,
speaking to small decision-making groups, and participating in
interviews.  Students are taught the ways in which oral and written
communication skills often work in tandem.