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Introduction to Business Communications
Every organization requires some form of effective business communications, which is a vital skill for today’s graduates. Whether communicating with co-workers and colleagues or prospects and clients, business graduates must use various communication skills and techniques in their professions on a daily basis.
Students are introduced to basic business communication concepts, theories, and techniques. They will also engage in organizational behavior exercises and team building activities as well as have the opportunity to apply their business communication knowledge using hands-on, real-world projects. This may include Service-Learning projects, integrated marketing communication plans, marketing research projects, advertising campaigns, as well as case studies and business communication simulations. Students will obtain a well-rounded education in business theory and application.
Department of Business Studies Mission Statement
To provide career education with hands on learning to bridge the gap between a student’s academic career and business and industry.
The mission of the Business Communications degree is to prepare students for transfer to a four-year college or university or become employed in an entry-level business communications position. Students will possess a solid business communications and business studies foundation.