- BUS–X 104 Business Presentations (3 cr.) Students are introduced to oral communication in business contexts. The course focus is on theory-based skill development that will enable students to deliver audience-centered messages, work in teams, and analyze and develop oral arguments. Students may not receive credit for both X104 and (X106 or CMCL-C 121).
- BUS–X 106 Business Presentations: Honors (3 cr.) P: Students must be admitted to the Hutton Honors College or the Business Honors Program. Students are introduced to oral communication in business contexts. The course focus is on theory-based skill development that will enable students to deliver audience-centered messages, work in teams, and analyze and develop oral arguments. Students are given an additional opportunity to engage in an international or political communication exercise. Students cannot receive credit for both X106 and (X104 or CMCL-C 121).
- BUS–X 204 Business Communication (3 cr.) P: ENG-W 131 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. Business Communication prepares each student to write strategic, effective, and ethical messages and to collaborate in global business environments. Students learn to: apply the complex communication process model to specific contexts; construct and critically analyze arguments; write clear, concise, and audience-centered business documents; collaborate within team environments to deliver effective messages.
- BUS–X 205 Business Communication: Honors (3 cr.) P: ENG-W 131 or equivalent with a grade of C or better and admission to the Hutton Honors College or the Business Honors Program. The overall goal of this course is to develop an awareness of the complexity involved in the communication process in order to communicate effectively both verbally (orally and in writing) and nonverbally in a business setting. The X205 capstone experience is participation in a team case competition. Students may not receive credit for both X205 and X204.
- BUS–X 305 Interpersonal Communication in Business: Honors (3 cr.) This course investigates interpersonal communication theory and strategies framed by current issues facing business leaders. Students approach communication as a strategy through writing, small group, and presentations.
- BUS–X 330 International Communication Strategies (3 cr.) This course explores communication strategies useful for dealing with the demands of doing business in a foreign culture. Students learn about the similarities and differences of verbal and nonverbal communication styles between multiple cultures and countries.
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