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The Craft of Professional Writing
This course introduces students to genres and styles of professional writing across organizations and industries. Considering the planning, process, and production of communication texts in professional and creative settings, topics include the variety of written professional texts, audience analysis, message purpose, selection of medium and channel, the editing/revision process, and collaborative writing. This course gives students creative and conceptual tools to develop theoretical and strategic approaches to professional writing.
Weekly Contact: Lab: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
Available only to Professional Communication students.
Mentioned in the Following Calendar Pages
*List may not include courses that are on a common table shared between programs.
- CMN 215 - Messages, Modalities and Media
- CMN 222 - Digital Discourse and Design
- CMN 305 - Strategic Public Relations In ProCom
- CMN 306 - Risk and Crisis Communication
- CMN 313 - Organizational Report Writing
- CMN 314 - Professional Presentations
- CMN 315 - Issues in Organizational Communication
- CMN 316 - Questioning Data
- CMN 317 - Information, Technology, and Control
- CMN 324 - Strategic Storytelling in Industry
- CMN 325 - Communication and the Digital Enterprise
- CMN 413 - Corporate Communications
- CMN 414 - Interpersonal Communication
- CMN 443 - Contemporary Intercultural Communication
- CMN 447 - Communication and Law
- CMN 448 - Introduction to Visual Communication
- CMN 450 - Participatory Media and Communication
- Minor in Public Relations
- Professional Communication