This course is a continuation of Communications/Editing 1 (OIT-110). Continued emphasis will be on preparing professionally written business documents for a variety of purposes using current technology. Students will also acquire project management skills and experience. Three lecture hours. Prerequisite for this course is completion of OIT-110 with a grade of C or better.
Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management and Marketing.
Syllabus for a course that addresses why people buy as the foundation for developing concepts for meeting consumer needs through selling, advertising, distribution and related activities. This course uses an open textbook, Consumer Behavior, from the National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL).
Surveys the wide and complex range of operations that constitute the contemporary United States business scene. The latest business theories as well as brief historical backgrounds complete this overview of the way today’s business community provides goods and services within the legal, ethical, and economic framework of the United States.
Provides a framework for understanding the impact of media on society and the individual. The history, organization, economics, theories, and social significance of communication media are surveyed. Special emphasis will be given toward the evolving media environment, how to evaluate media messages, and how to become a better consumer of the media.
This course introduces the role of marketing in business and other organizations. Basic theory and terminology are examined with emphasis on the major components of marketing: product, price, promotion, and distribution.
Listening is the least emphasized mode of communication. As such, it deserves a more thorough treatment. Upon scanning the OER landscape to determine existing opportunities to learn about listening, it was discovered most are devoted to the practical skills of listening. However, much can be learned by learning about the theories and research of listening.Therefore, this module is intended to serve as either a stand-alone learning module on listening or a more advanced module that can be added to other more practically-oriented modules. This module introduces students to academic study of listening and treats listening as a thriving sub-discipline (of interpersonal communications) that can be explored from an academic perspective.It provides sufficient references and resources that can be examined more thoroughly and perhaps even built out into an entire course or mini-course on listening.Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to:DEFINE listening using theoretical developments. (Bloom 1)CLASSIFY effective listening practices by affective, behavioral, or cognitive processes. (Bloom 2)USE theoretically-based listening practices to improve communication. (Bloom 3)DEVISE a personal listening strategy based upon theory. (Bloom 4)This module has eight sections: Overview, Engage, Explore, Explain, Evaluate, Elaborate, Express, and Extend.
Management BUS 131. Management principles including communications, motivation and group dynamics are the focus of the course. In this course students will explore problem solving strategies for effective planning, cost control and overall organization in a management environment.
This online course syllabus contains all relevant information about this course: its objectives and outcomes, important dates, the grading criteria, the texts and other materials of instruction, and of weekly topics, outcomes, assignments, grading policy, expectations, communication methods, tips for success and due dates. Consider this syllabus as a road map for the course. Course content by Nasreen Latif, course added to OER Commons by Victoria Vidal.
This course provides training and practice in both verbal and nonverbal communication. Methods of speech organization and delivery in the development of informative and persuasive speeches will be emphasized. The course will also offer opportunities to work in groups for panel discussions and debate.
This course presents the practice of basic communication skills required for effective composition and delivery in public speaking settings. This course further explores oral communication at the individual, interpersonal, and group level.
This module provides students with resources and ideas for how to enhance an experience using reflection. It provides an introduction to the DIVE framework of reflection, a series of resources, and sample of how the DIVE framework could be used to examine an image, provides students an opportunity to practice using the DIVE framework, and offers students an opportunity for self-assessment.