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Com 295 Business Communication Entire Course

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COM 295 Business Communication Entire Course

This course introduces students to the foundations of communication in a business setting. After completion of this course, students will be able to identify the types and purposes of various business documents; create messages using appropriate channels for delivery based on context, audience and purpose; understand the effect of technology, such as social media, on business communication; and identify ethical, cross-cultural, and multinational issues in business communication.
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks.

COM 295 Ethics & Credibility in Business Communications

COM 295 Week 1 Communication Process

Communication Process
Complete the table below.
Review the steps of the communication model.
Describe each step using your own personal or business example in paragraph form.
Review pp. 10 & 11 of Ch. 1 of Business Communication Today for more information.
Steps of Communication Model Personal or Business Scenario
1. Sender has an idea.
2. Sender encodes the idea in a message.
3. Sender produces the message in a medium.
4. Sender transmits message through a channel.
5. Audience receives the message.
6. Audience decodes the message.
7. Audience responds to the message.
8. Audience provides feedback to the sender.

COM 295 Week 2 Ethics in Business Communications

Based on your Week 2 collaborative learning team discussion:
Compose a 350-word individual summary of your team’s discussion.
Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

COM 295 Week 2 Global Communications Worksheet

Your supervisor wants to send a brief e-mail message, welcoming employees recently transferred to your department from different regions across the company, which are Brazil, Russia, India, and China. Create a clear and concise welcome message that would be appropriate for these groups of...


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