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CAS 352 Organizational Communication

This course employs a theoretical and practical approach in exploring the communicative functions in professional organizations. Students will learn effective communication techniques in formal and informal settings. Topics such as interviewing, small group communication, leadership, and organizational technology will be explored and applied in practical situations.

Course Objectives

Students will be expected to:

  1. Promote active critical thinking about the role of communication in organizations.
  2. Develop a thorough knowledge of key organizational perspectives, theories, and issues.
  3. Apply course material to practical situations.
  4. Understand the multiple paradigms through which we understand and study organizational communication.