MGMT_3330_Webct_Spring_2008

MGMT_3330_Webct_Spring_2008 - UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS...

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1 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MGMT 3330 - Communicating in Business Sections 003 and 026, Spring 2008 Instructor: Professor Mike Sexton Office: 328 Business Administration Phone: 940-369-8859 Office; 940-565-4394 Fax; 940-565-4925 Graduate Assistants E-mail: Sexton@unt.edu , INET students will use the Blackboard Learning System email for all class purposes. I will contact you via telephone or Eagle mail for urgent matters only. Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00 am – 12:00 PM., 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM (CST). Additional times by appointment. Blackboard Learning System e-mail checked daily throughout the week. INTRODUCTION: Communicating in Business (MGMT 3330 INET) is a Junior-level , COBA foundation course. It is designed to provide students with information regarding a variety of communication skills valued by the business community. As a web-based course, MGMT 3330 provides students with the advantage of using technology as the primary medium for communicating and preparing assignments. Offering this course through the Blackboard Learning System creates new opportunities and challenges. The Blackboard Learning System offers you the convenience of an Internet based class meeting the standards set forth by the College of Business Administration, The University of North Texas, The State of Texas, and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Please do not suggest that Internet translates into “easy A.” The key is to stay current and communicate. In addition, we will meet by scheduled appointment in the office or over the telephone. Prerequisites: Open to all highly motivated and self-disciplined students. Course Objectives: At the completion of this class, the student will Understand and apply the principles of effective oral and written communication as it relates to organizations and professions. Demonstrate proficiency in business writing, writing support software, and business correspondence. Prepare, present, and conduct effective business presentations and meetings. Choose successful oral and written strategies specific to employment contexts. Recognize diversity in oral and written communication situations. Choose electronic technologies to enhance communication exchanges, including the design and use of visual aids.
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2 Required Textbook: Insley, R.G. (2008). Communicating in Business in the 21 st . Century, (3 rd . Ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing. The workbook is not required for this class. Students with Disabilities: The College of Business Administration complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act in making reasonable accommodation for qualified students with disabilities. If you have (1) an established disability as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act 1990 and amended, (2) have registered with the Office of Disability Accommodation, and (3) would like to request accommodation, please contact the course professor as soon as
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