BCOM 7255 Communication Skills for Business
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Description

Communication Skills for Business helps improve the proficiency and fluency of graduate students who write and speack English as a secondary language (or English speaking students who need remedial work) to develop their written, conversational and presentation skills. The course focuses on the elements of written and spoken communication that are vital in a graduate business program and the US workplace. Students will acquire the necessary skills to complete correct and effective business documents in English and to demonstrate cultural awareness and spoken expertise in conversations and presentations. Students will take this course based on TOEFL, GMAT, and/or GRE scores and an interview assessment or upon recommendation of the student’s professor.

BCOM 8250 Effective Executive Communication
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements CSP:1,6,7
Description

Managers face a wide range of demanding communication tasks every day. They must communicate vision, negotiate for resources, lead meetings, provide performance feedback, and manage new communication technologies, all in an increasingly international workplace. This course prepares students to communicate effectively as managers. Students practice the strategies and techniques in a wide range of written and spoken performance situations. They work individually and in groups on cases and make several presentations during the course.