250 Spring 2009 Syllabus

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COM 250:  INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION Spring 2009 Professor Angela Trethewey Amy Pearson (Teaching Assistant) 456 Stauffer Hall 207A Stauffer Hall atreth@asu.edu  (best method)            Amy.P.Olson@asu.edu   (best  method) (480) 965-5598 (480) 727-8272 Office Hours: T, Th 1:30-2:45 Office Hours: T, Th 10:20- 11:45 Text:   Miller, K. (2006).  Organizational Communication:  Approaches and Processes, 5 th  Ed Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth.  Course Objectives: This course is designed to:   1) introduce you to the field of organizational communication;  2) examine a range of perspectives, theories, and issues to explore the ways in which  varied perspectives can shape, expand, or limit our understanding of communicating  and organizing;  3) apply theoretical knowledge to an understanding of real world processes through  application essays and analyses;  4) develop and enhance your analytical organizational communication skills; and,  5) connect theory and research to your own lived experiences in organizations.  Assignments: Exams (3 @ 200 points) 600 points Application Essay 150 points Organizational Culture Analysis 150 points Participation                               100 points Total                                                  1,000 points Grading Scale:   Final grades will be based on the following scale: A+ = 98%-100%      = 980-1000 points A        = 93-97%          = 930-979 points A-        = 90-92%          = 900-929 points B+       = 87-89%          = 870-899 points
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B        = 83-86%          = 830-869 points B-       = 80-82%          = 800-829 points C+      = 77-79%          = 770-799 points C        = 70-76%          = 700-769 points
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