MGMT355.syllabus.82510[1]

MGMT355.syllabus.82510[1] - MGMT 355 Business...

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MGMT 355 Business Communications Section 001, 3.0 credit hours Class meets in Thurmond 101 College of Business Administration Winthrop University Fall 2010 http://faculty.winthrop.edu/hockettd/ Contact: Instructor: Dianne Hockett Office: Thurmond 512 Phone: 803-323-2370 (O) 803-366-2256 (H) 803-517-7659 (C) E-mail: hockettd@winthrop.edu or wdhockett@gmail.com Hours: Class hours: Section 001. Thursday 5:00 – 7:45 p.m. Office hours: 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.Thursday Note: Even if I am not conducting office hours, I may be in the office and will be glad to see you. I try to be completely available for you almost anytime by appointment. You can reach me at the home or cell number if you have an emergency or wish to schedule an appointment. Prerequisite: All MGMT courses have a prerequisite of junior status. Students must have an overall GPA of at least 2.0 and a grade of C or better in WRIT 102 and CRTW 201. Required text: Lehman, Carol M., Debbie D. DuFrene (2008), Business Communication, 15 th edition, Thomson/South-Western Course Description: This course examines various theories of business communications and provides practical applications for written, oral and interpersonal communications required for working at the individual, group and organizational levels of business and industry as a professional in a global marketplace. Course Goals: The objective of this course is to provide thorough knowledge of various theories of business communication and provide practical applications required for working at the individual, group and organizational levels of business and industry as a professional in a global marketplace. Specifically, the objectives of this course include: 1. To understand the importance of clear, concise communications in business and its role in the success of the firm.
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2. To analyze business communication situations and design effective workplace communications. (spoken, electronic, and written messages) 3. To learn the importance of team skills and strategies for maximizing group effectiveness in the business environment.
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