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Course Listing For MMC Courses

  • MMC 520 Writing and Presenting with Authority and Purpose

    The beliefs and behaviors of leaders and societies are influenced by effective writing. This course offers student leaders best practices in business communication with special emphasis on business writing and presentations. Students focus on composing written messages—emails, memos, letters, blog postings, and presentations—with and without Power Point and other visuals that communicate with purpose, persuasion, confidence, and credibility.
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  • MMC 521 Writing on Purpose

    This course examines theories, readings, and best practices surrounding written communication strategies to empower students with effective and efficient communication skills. Primary focus is on planning strategically and writing professionally to produce emails, short reports/white papers and presentations to achieve desired results.
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  • MMC 540 21st Century Communication Technologies

    New communication technologies enable a shift from static information for clearly defined stakeholders to dynamic communities of interest with blurred lines of responsibility and leadership. Students in this course investigate organizational changes fostered by electronic collaboration, social networking, idea sharing, and knowledge building. Students experiment with new communication tools and analyze readings about the impact of rapidly changing methods of communication on organizational cultures.
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  • MMC 560 Interpersonal and Intercultural Communication

    In this course, students develop the knowledge and communication skills necessary to thrive in an intercultural world. The course addresses the importance of intercultural communication; the relationships among culture, communication, and identity; and common cultural patterns. Emphasis is placed on the roles of language and nonverbal communication and the development of intercultural communication skills. Students will research and discuss best practices for professional behavioral expectations and for confronting problems and misconceptions whether conducting business locally or globally. Prerequisite: Graduate Standing
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  • MMC 580 Leadership and Organizational Communication

    This course examines organizational communication and leadership from four distinct perspectives: symbolic, political, human resources, and structural. The course also focuses on designing, implementing, and assessing leadership problems in organizations. Prerequisite: Graduate Standing
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  • MMC 610 Conflict and Negotiation

    This course is a study of the causes and resolution of conflict. Emphasis is placed on the theory and practice of negotiation as a primary means of resolving conflict. Prerequisite: Graduate Standing
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  • MMC 620 Critical Thinking Case Studies

    This course introduces case analytic skills. These skills involve dividing a case study into three parts: data, problem, and intervention. Emphasis is placed on developing and practicing an analytic logic that links all three components of a case. Prerequisite: Graduate Standing
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  • MMC 640 Ethics and Decision Making

    Students examine the principles and practices of ethical behaviors at individual, organizational and social levels, and how decision making reflects ethical principles. In addition, students address appropriate organizational responses to ethical dilemmas and effective modes for communicating such responses. Prerequisite: Graduate Standing
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  • MMC 680 Managerial Communication Capstone

    This capstone course requires students to communicate a comprehensive understanding of accumulated knowledge and skills by identifying, analyzing, and proposing solutions to a managerial communication problem in the workplace. Students will make a multi-media presentation of their findings. Prerequisite: Successful completion of 18 credits in the Managerial Communication core.
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