Managerial Comm-Masters (MMC)

MMC 506. Group Dynamics & Leadership. (3 Credits)

Group Dynamics applies concepts of small task-oriented group communication to the life/work experiences of participants, emphasizing both micro and macro leadership skills.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 520. Manag Comm Prac & Prin. (3 Credits)

This course presents major approaches to management, focusing on theories of employee motivation, morale, resource management, communication network, upward and downward messages, and superior-subordinate relationships. Diagnostic instruments are utilized in analyses and evaluation of managerial communication, identifying strengths and limitations. The focus is on setting behavioral goals for improving communication skills.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 525. Eff Business Writing & Mrktplc. (3 Credits)

This course surveys writing techniques for public affairs and public relations including news releases, company publications, brochures, announcements, advertising, and media spots. Assignments stress tact, clarity, and conciseness in writing bad news, good news, and rejection letters. A segment on writing grant and research proposals are also included.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 540. Pub Speak:Reprt/Present. (3 Credits)

This course addresses the development of proficiency in organizing, researching, structuring, editing, and presenting oral presentations. It covers a diverse range of topics from delivery, visual aids, nonverbal communication, and voice, to argumentation, evidence and emotional appeal.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 547. Adv Intrper Comm/Intrview. (3 Credits)

Advanced Interpersonal Communication and Interviewing reviews theories and research findings about how relations develop or deteriorate in the work environment. Topics include listening, nonverbal communication, trust, empathy, self-disclosure, climate, and interpersonal conflict.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 801. RESEARCH METHODS. (3 Credits)

MMC 806. Group Dynamics & Leadership. (3 Credits)

(replaces COUN 506 and SPA 506) applies concepts of small task-oriented group communication to the life/work experiences of participants, emphasizing both micro and macro leadership skills. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 810. ORGANIZ COMM THEORY. (3 Credits)

MMC 811. CHRISTIAN ETHICS. (3 Credits)

MMC 820. Manag Comm Prog & Pract. (3 Credits)

examines major approaches to management, focusing on theories of employee motivation, morale, resource management, communication networks, upward and downward messages, and superior-subordinate relationships. Diagnostic instruments are utilized in analyses and evaluation of managerial communication, identifying strengths and limitations. Focus is on setting behavioral goals for improving communication skills. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 825. Eff Bus Wri & Mrkplc. (3 Credits)

surveys writing techniques for public affairs and public relations including news releases, company publications, brochures, announcements, advertising, and media spots. Assignments stress tact, clarity, and conciseness in writing bad news, good news, and rejection letters. A segment on writing grant and research proposals are also included. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 830. ADV INTERPERSON COMM. (3 Credits)

MMC 835. GROUP DYNAMICS. (3 Credits)

MMC 840. Pub Speak:Reprt/Presen. (3 Credits)

is a five-unit course that addresses the development of proficiency in organizing, researching, structuring, editing and presenting oral presentations, covering a diverse range of topics from delivery, visual aids, nonverbal communication, and voice, to argumentation, evidence, and emotional appeal. For those doing this course at a distance, speeches will be videotaped by the student and analyzed for areas of potential improvement. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 847. Adv Intrper Com/Intrvie. (3 Credits)

reviews theories and research findings about how relations develop or deteriorate in the work environment. Topics include listening, nonverbal communication, trust, empathy, self-disclosure, climate, and interpersonal conflict. 3 credits. 72 Concordia University Accelerated Learning Centers and Off Campus Offerings.3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

MMC 855. ORG BEHAVIOR. (3 Credits)

MMC 860. PUBLC RELAT:THRY/PRACT. (3 Credits)

MMC 886. Special Topics in Communicatio. (3 Credits)

This course examines the social media landscape because the Internet has changed the traditional marketing mix and altered the rules of customer engagement. Before user-generated content became so pervasive, consumers learned about brands and products from word-of-mouth, press reviews and advertising. Today, the customer has a voice and more influence due to availability of digital communication. Students will focus on understanding the media needs of businesses and learn how to create effective communication and content in a world of information overload. Students will explore the elements central to a successful digital communication strategy.

Prerequisite: None