Organizational Communication Certificate
This 5-course, part-time program covers the following topics and more:
- Writing and presenting in the workplace
- Writing for journalism, PR, and advertising
- How communications media influence our lives and change our society
- Intercultural communication and culture shock
- Principles of marketing in the domestic and global marketplace
- Conflict resolution techniques
The Organizational Communication Certificate can be completed as a stand-alone program or you may combine it with the Bachelor of Professional Studies program, the fastest way to degree completion.
The Professional Impact of Oral Communication
In this video, Professor Patricia Tulli-Hawkridge describes how this program helps PCSCE students “find their voice” and become a greater influence inside and outside the workplace.
The Dos and Don’ts of Communicating in Today’s Workplace
Career development expert Professor Sarah Burrows, Ed.D., highlights several guiding principles for communicating with colleagues – either virtually or in-person – in order to be seen as an accountable, reliable, solutions-oriented, and team-oriented professional.
Here we spotlight a few of the faculty contributing to this program.
Patricia Tulli-Hawkridge, MFA
Professor Tulli-Hawkridge is a speech and dialect expert who helps students sharpen their public speaking effectiveness. She was recognized with an Excellence in Teaching Award in 2019. She teaches COM 103 (Introduction to Public Speaking) and TDF 102 (Introduction to Oral Communication).
Sarah Burrows, Ed.D.
Professor Burrows is a lifelong communications, leadership, and career development professional. She teaches COM 210 (Organizational Communication) and LDR 490 (Leadership and Communication).
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