Enhance your career with the essentials of business messaging. Today’s business environment requires people who can communicate well, both face-to-face and electronically. This is not just e-mails and customer service: it involves how best to accomplish goals and objectives within, or on behalf of, an organization, whether in group situations, recordings, over the airwaves or across cultures.
What You Study
The Business Communications curriculum gives students a good understanding of business fundamentals. Students select a variety of courses offered by the Communications and Journalism department that focus on understanding and feeling confident with:
- the relationships between individuals and groups
- how to persuade and put forth particular points of view
- how to produce media in all forms
- the cultural variables involved in communication
- technology in today’s workplace.
How We Support Your Learning
As a student in the Business Communications program, you can take advantage of a wide variety of internships in the Twin Cities area, and many students enjoy further networking with Twin Cities professionals through the activities of on-campus clubs such as PRSSA, Ad Fed and the Communication Club.