MGMT 620: Business Communication + Presentation — The ability to listen and craft effective messages orally, in writing, and within digital spaces are valued skills among employers regardless of industry. This course is designed to provide opportunities to sharpen your writing, improve your editing, hone your critical thinking skills, and create effective persuasive messages. Course content also includes best practices for organizing, revising, and presenting information in-person and remotely.
Course by Natasha Terk, 28-minutes
Course by genConnectU, 37-minutes
Course by Jeff Ansell, 1-hour 16-minutes
Course by Brenda Bailey-Hughes, 1-hour 24-minutes
Course by Judy Steiner-Williams, 1-hour 32-minutes
American Psychological Association. (2019). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). American Psychological Association. eText ISBN: 9781433813757
Note: The APA style guide is not available to the library as an ebook. The prrint version is available. Please note this reference manual is required for the entire program and should only be purchased once.
Bovee, L.C., & Thill, J.V. (2018). Business communication today (14th ed). Pearson. eText ISBN: 9780134551692
Note: The ebook version of the Bovee & Thill text is not available for purchase in this country, but the older edition is available through the library as a hardcover book.