Organizational Communication
After graduating, Communication major Esther Safaro '12, accepted a position with the Colorado Rapids (Denver's Major League Soccer team), as an account executive.

Organizational Communication

"Self-expression must pass into communication for its fulfillment."
  -Pearl S. Buck, American writer (1892-1973)

What characterizes effective communication in organizations and large groups of people? The Organizational Communication emphasis provides you with a narrowed focus on communication processes and styles in large groups and established organizations. You'll learn about communication theory, group behavior, organizational structure, and communication analysis.

Organizational Communication In the Christian University

The Organizational Communication emphasis offered through CCU's School of Humanities and Sciences trains you to communicate effectively in all settings, understanding communication styles and human behavior. Faculty and staff are highly experienced, and integrate faith and learning by emphasizing the spiritual aspect of relationships in communication. There is high demand for communicators who are trained in understanding not just the human mind, but the heart as well, and CCU faculty aim to train you well in both of those arenas.

Course Catalog

Interesting Organizational Communication Classes You Might Take

  • Leadership Communication
  • Managerial and Corporate Communication
  • Organizational Behavior

What can I do with a degree in Organizational Communication ?

  • Public Relations Manager
  • Industrial and Organizational Analysis
  • Negotiation or Mediation

Spotlight

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Dr. Chris Leland

Assistant Vice President for Curriculum and Instruction, Professor of Communication & Director of Debate
School of Humanities and Sciences

Our Christian faith is foundational to everything we study, see, hear, and experience. In the classroom that means that we must go far beyond simply praying before class, but must see how every part of the academy is part of God's marketplace of ideas. It is important to me that we see that the world is designed by God, what we believe is really real, and His truth can be trusted with our very lives and thoughts.
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