Introduction to Business Communication

Course Code
BCOM 250
Hours
1.5 hours
Type
Core
Offered
  • Winter 21
  • Winter 22
Prerequisites
BBA Freshman or Sophomore
Introduction to Business Communication --- This course presents frameworks for writing documents, managing email, and preparing presentations. Cases and exercises emphasize informative communication and strategies for collaboration. Methods for organizing ideas, analyzing data, formatting information, understanding audience needs, and developing a professional communication style are covered.

*Prior to the Fall 2014 term, this course was called LHC 250.

Taught By
David Hawkins
  • LEO Intermittent Lecturer
Cynthia Crawford
  • Lecturer II, Business Communications
Mary Hinesly
  • Professor of Executive Education, Lecturer IV, Business Communications, Chair of Business Communications Area
Mary D. Hinesly is a Professor of Executive Education and on the faculty of the History and Communications Departments at the Ross School of Business...
Andrea Morrow
  • Lecturer of Business Communication
  • Director of Writing Programs
As Director of Writing Programs at the Ross School of Business, Andrea Morrow oversees the assessment of MBA written and spoken communication across...
Shahnaz Broucek
  • LEO Lecturer III of Business Administration and Business Communications
Shahnaz currently serves as a Lecturer for the following courses: WMBA510 MAP, WMBA605 Coaching and Mentoring in Organizations, BCOM 524 Persuasive...