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CM 101 Ethics & Professionalism/4 (30-30)
This course will prepare students for the workplace through a wide variety of techniques and strategies and shows them how to continue their upward mobility once on the job. Topics covered include work place ethics, goal setting strategies, priority and stress management related to the workplace, working effectively with a diverse workforce, functioning on a global virtual team, managing conflict and difficult people, and learning to navigate change while in a career. 

CM 210 Public Speaking/4 (30-30)
Develops and improves public speaking, listening, and organizational skills. Several types of speeches are prepared and delivered. Students are also expected to participate in critiques of their classmates’ presentations. 

CM 250 Business Communications/4 (30-30)
Develops students’ ability to communicate clearly with customers, co-workers, and employers. Course activities will include the composition of letters and memos based on specific business situations. The course also includes instruction in interviewing techniques. To prepare for the job-search process, students will compile information for job applications and compose their résumés, cover letters, references, and follow-up letters.
Prerequisite: Complete 60 Hours, WP 254, EN 161

CM 278 Interpersonal Communications/4 (30-30)
Develops communication skills and surveys interpersonal relationships, conflict, and intercultural communication.