BUS226 Managerial Processes & Communications

This course acquaints the students with basic theories and skills, and applications concerning communications within an organization in respect to a manager's point of view. This course focuses on creation of processes, implementation, the communication process, and how a manager uses available skills and logical processes to solve problems. In addition, the course covers essential contemporary business communication including critical thinking, the internet, web, email, and other technological approaches and requirement for effective communication within a complex business environment. Learners will use textbook concepts to create a company structure, which requires implementation in the real world. This course also addresses how to analyze, plan, and implement business processes through data gathering, marketing, finance, and customer relationship.

Prerequisites

BUS121

Credit Hours: 
3.00
Catalog Code: 
BUS226