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Organizational Communication (Minor)

​After the completion of the coursework in this minor program, students should be able to:

  • Identify and explain theoretical frameworks operative in organizational and group communication
  • Apply multiple theoretical perspectives to a variety of organizational and group contexts and events
  • Express ideas and information competently in written or oral form with clarity and organization

Course Requirements

A minor in Organizational Communication requires students to complete a total of six courses (24 credits). To complete the minor, students must take:

Course Title Quarter Hours
ORGC 251ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION4
ORGC 201BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION4
or CMN 104 PUBLIC SPEAKING
Select four electives from the following:16
CMNS 315
HEALTH COMMUNICATION
CMNS 344
MINDFULNESS
CMNS 355
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
CMNS 360
RELATIONAL, GROUP, AND ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY
CMNS 382
QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES
ORGC 212
SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION
ORGC 290
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION WORKSHOP (VARIABLE TOPICS) (2.0 quarter hours)
ORGC 316
COMMUNICATION AND GROUP DECISION-MAKING
ORGC 352
COMMUNICATION AND THE CORPORATE CULTURE
ORGC 353
COMMUNICATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
ORGC 354
EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEWING
ORGC 355
DARK SIDE OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
ORGC 356
COMMUNICATION CONSULTING
ORGC 357
TOPICS IN GROUP AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
ORGC 358
DIVERSITY, LEADERSHIP, & TEAM BUILDING
ORGC 359
VIRTUAL TEAMS
ORGC 360
HUMAN RESOURCES COMMUNICATION
ORGC 363
WORK/FAMILY COMMUNICATION
ORGC 393
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION PRACTICUM (2.0 quarter hours)

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