ADMS2216 – Business Communications II pdf

Credits: 3 (2/1/0)
Description: This course is designed to advance the student's knowledge of formatting and editing techniques for business writing. It will provide an in-depth concentration on reviewing and/or further development of memos, letters and a wide variety of other business documents, as well as a review of ongoing practical applications of grammar, word and language mechanics. This course will also advance the student's knowledge in proofreading, editing and revising techniques for business writing in diverse business situations. Teamwork and critical thinking skills will also be included in this course for collaborative and individual writing.
Prerequisites: ADMS1116
Corequisites: (None)
  1. Apply formatting techniques used for various types of business writing.
  2. Develop advanced proofreading and editing techniques for business documents.
  3. Apply appropriate revising techniques for business documents.
  4. Demonstrate proper language arts skills in business writing.
  5. Demonstrate teamwork in collaborative writing assignments.
  6. Apply critical thinking skills to business document creation.
  7. Create a variety of specialized business documents.
  8. Examine domestic/global communication differences.
  9. Research diversity as it relates to the business environment and the communication process.
  10. Utilize technology resources.
  11. Examine current communication trends in business/industry.
  12. Create employment documents available through technology and their various formats.
  13. Demonstrate job search skills as they apply to the writing process.
  14. Demonstrate relationship between oral/written communciations using telecommunications and other technologies in the communication process.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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