COMM2700 - Organizational Communication
Fall 2011

Organizational Communication explores the role and function of human communication in creating, structuring, and maintaining contemporary organizations. Topics addressed include models and approaches to organizational theory, interpersonal dynamics in groups and teams, conflict management, technological processes, and issues of diversity. The course is taught through lecture, discussion, class activities and projects that are designed to help students develop critical thinking skills as they relate to organizational contexts.
Prerequisite: COSK1221
3 Credits

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