COMM 4020 - Communication in Professions and Organizations
In this course, students study the field of communication past and present. Career options, communication-related industries, and communication specialties, serve as the core content for this course. Students are exposed to current issues, developments, and trends in the communication field. Students study various communication topics and the scope of activities related to training and development, PR and marketing, consulting, leadership functions, coaching and mentoring, alternative dispute resolution, global perspectives, and the role of e-communication in the 21st century. Ethics related to the field of communication are also explored. Potential areas of interest and growth become more conceivable to students, and serve as the foundation for special projects used to contrast communication functions of the past and future.
Winter 2014 - On campus (CRN - 4713)
- CRN: 4713
- Instructor: Sorensen, Steve
- Credits: 4
- Date/Time: M - 01/06 - 03/14, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
- Delivery: On campus
- Location: STURM HALL 234
Facework: Bridging Theory and Practice Isaacson, Kathy, and Littlejohn, Stephen. Sage, 2006. ISBN: 978-1412914055.
Mountains Beyond Mountains. Kidder, Tracy. Random House, 2004. ISBN: 0812973011.
Please check eCollege one week before class begins for any pre-class assignments; www.ucolonline.com
If you wish to buy your books via the DU bookstore, please check their online site at "the DU Bookstore" to make sure your books are in stock before coming to campus or ordering online.