CMM304 - Business and Professional Communication (3 cr.)

Discussion of principles of practice associated with public speaking in a range of professional settings. Designed to explore the techniques of effective oral and written communication applicable to both business and professional leaders. Emphasis on creation and delivery of effective career-oriented presentations, such as employment interviews, sales/proposal pitches, and routine and persuasive messages. Speakers hone skills in audience analysis/adaptation, structure and arrangement, manuscript and extemporaneous delivery, and the use of multi-media presentational aids. Liberal Arts Prerequisite(s): CMM101. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring.

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