Good communication skills are consistently ranked in the top 5 desired skills for employers (National Association of Colleges and Employers Job Outlook Survey, 2016). And, interpersonal and team skills were identified as the second most required work place competency employers expected in new hires. The undergraduate certificate in professional communication meets these workforce needs. This interdisciplinary certificate prepares students by fostering a better understanding of human communication in organizational settings and by coaching students in their writing skills. Gain an advantage in your job search and career by honing your professional communication skills.
Requirements for the Undergraduate Certificate in Professional Communication
12 credit hours, 6 of which must be completed at the Jr/Sr level.
|COMS 210||Introduction to Organizational and Professional Communication||3|
|COMS 310||Advanced Organizational and Professional Communication||3|
|ENGL 203||Topics in Reading and Writing: _____ (Professional Writing)||3|
|ENGL 362||Foundations of Technical Writing||3|
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