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COMM 3030 Organizational Writing

Course description

Students write from the point of view of various organizations, including businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations. This course emphasizes appropriate representation of the writer's organization, audience analysis, and clear and effective written presentation of detailed content. Assignments include text for web sites, reports, proposals, memoranda, letters, and e-mail.


junior, senior, or graduate standing; college-level writing course

This course is also frequently offered in the Summer Session.


COMM 3030 001-LEC
On-campus program: Winter Session: Three-Week

Class dates:January 5-17, 2015
Days/times:MTWRFS 1 PM - 4 PM Kennedy Hall 211
Instructor:Van Buskirk, L. (lpv1)
Max. enroll:20
To enroll:See Winter Session: Three-Week for enrollment information.

Tuition and fees

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