ENC3213 Technical and Business Writing
This course prepares students to write professionally in support of management objectives. Students will analyze real-world scenarios to determine how and why a document serves its purpose in the workplace, discover the role of document design and learn how to respond effectively to the needs of clients and colleagues. The assignments, geared to both general and specialist audiences, provide practice in such essential career skills as problem-solving, time management and oral presentations. Proofreading skills are stressed.
Terms Typically Offered: Offered as Needed
Showing classes during the Spring 2020 term, which have open seats and are college credit.
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