ENGL405 - Principles and Theories of Professional Communication

General

Prefix
ENGL
Course Number
405
Course ID
00016783
Course Level
Undergraduate
Instruction Mode
Lecture
Department(s)
English
Description
Historical, cultural and social exploration of Professional Communication as a situated discourse practice in job and portfolio preparation. Consent of instructor required for undergraduates.
Cross Listed Courses

Prerequisites

No Requisites

Credits

Min
3
Max
3
Repeatable
No

Goals and Diversity

MN Goal Course
No
MN Goal Designation(s)
-
Cultural Diversity
No

Learning Outcomes

Outcome
Use foundational terminology, theories, and applications used in the professional communication field, enabling students to both define the field as well as identify the relationship between the field and rhetoric.
Outcome
Translate the history, theories, research, technology, and practices of professional communication into professional identities and abilities to become workplace practitioners and researchers.
Outcome
Apply cultural and social perspectives of language and technology to analyze the rhetorical dimensions, functions, and efficacy of workplace artifacts and communication practices.
Outcome
Use methods, concepts, technologies, and theories used in the professional communication field to construct research questions regarding a workplace communication issue, conduct research on that issue, and produce an effective solution to the issue.

Dependencies

No dependencies