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BUSINESS and INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATION

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Last updated: 9/6/02 by
Dr. Derek R. Lane

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATION

"Foundations of Organizational Communication"

Fall 2002

SYLLABUS

COM 325 is a significant upper-level course which is designed to introduce students to the basic concepts in the study of communication in organizations.  The first segment of the course considers theoretical approaches to the practice and study of communication within organizational settings, including classical theories, human relations theories, human resources theories, systems theories, cultural theories, and critical theories.  The second segment of this course focuses on both organizational and relational challenges confronting organizations and emphasizes application of these principles in organizational settings. Course syllabus is available in Word or PDF format by clicking on either of the links below.

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