Com1100-4100.MC FA0118 Electronic Activities Lab

A study of group behavior, participation, structure, leadership, and the importance of group discussion to our society. 

This course is designed to introduce you to basic skills, principles, and contexts of communication in business and professional settings. Verbal and nonverbal elements of communication are emphasized. Practice is provided in skills and principles associated with presentations, interviews, and meetings. The course fulfills the oral communication component of the University's General Education requirements. The course is will examine all facets of communication in a modern business context; small group, interpersonal, intercultural, and presentations. Particular emphasis will be placed on public communication for modern business settings, and effective use of media aids.


A study of communication networks found in various businesses, industrial, educational and social organizations.

 

There are several ways of understanding organizations, consequently, the course will be devoted to a study of the organizationsl theory “canon.” The course is taught from the perspective that communication is constitutive;” that organizations are essentially constituted and changed through communicative processes.  Considerable attention is also given to decision-making, socialization processes, organizational change and leadership, technological processes, and the real-time, real-life, formal organizational analysis.  In addition, a standard research paper is assigned to sharpen research and writing skills.

 


This course is designed to introduce you to basic skills, principles, and contexts of communication in business and professional settings. Verbal and nonverbal elements of communication are emphasized. Practice is provided in skills and principles associated with presentations, interviews, and meetings. The course fulfills the oral communication component of the University's General Education requirements. The course is will examine all facets of communication in a modern business context; small group, interpersonal, intercultural, and presentations. Particular emphasis will be placed on public communication for modern business settings, and effective use of media aids.


This course is designed to introduce you to basic skills, principles, and contexts of communication in business and professional settings. Verbal and nonverbal elements of communication are emphasized. Practice is provided in skills and principles associated with presentations, interviews, and meetings. The course fulfills the oral communication component of the University's General Education requirements. The course is will examine all facets of communication in a modern business context; small group, interpersonal, intercultural, and presentations. Particular emphasis will be placed on public communication for modern business settings, and effective use of media aids.