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Cornell University School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions


ENGRC 3350 Communications for Engineering Managers

Course description

ENGRC 3350 is similar to ENGRC 3500 in that students write various types of professional documents (which may include letters, memos, executive summaries, progress reports), give talks, and incorporate graphics in both their oral and written work. Specifically, ENGRC 3350 focuses on understanding communication within engineering organizations and within student teams. Students work in project teams during the course to write reports and deliver talks. The focus of the project teams depends on instructor, but might include analyzing case studies of engineering organizations, studying organizations on-site, and/or analyzing concepts in organizational communication and behavior.


Two first-year writing seminars and major affiliation. Enrollment limited to: juniors and seniors. Fulfills college technical-writing requirement. This course also fulfills a liberal studies requirement or the Organizational Behavior requirement


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