COM 3120  Organizational Communication credits: 3

This course examines organizational communication as a process of creating, exchanging, interpreting and storing messages within a system of human interrelationships within an organization. Course topics include dissemination, interpersonal communication, work group interaction, nonverbal communication and other areas as they impact individuals' behavior within the organization. Because communication is central to the existence of an organization, emphasis will be placed on practical techniques for diagnosing and resolving organizational communication problems.

Prerequisite: (ENC 1101 or ENC 1101H or IDS 1106 with a minimum grade of C) and (SPC 1017 or SPC 1017H or SPC 1065 or SPC 1608 or SPC 1608H with a minimum grade of C)