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Business Communication (BUCO)
- D class assignments for undergraduates available in ACC-400; Phone: (213) 740-0627.
- D class assignments for graduate students available; Phone: (213) 740-5424.
- BUSINESS (UNDERGRADUATE) - Non-Marshall students may enroll in up to three (3) courses prior to be ing admitted to a Marshall major or minor. BUSINESS (GRADUATE) - Business students may register using USC Web Registration. - Non-business students may register for graduate business electives subject to the following restrictions: (1) proof of undergraduate degree; (2) minimum graduate GPA of 3.2; (3) maximum of 12 units of graduate business courses; and (4) prerequisites completed. All graduate applications and forms are available by calling (213) 740-5424, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For the complete list of Business registration policies, visit students.marshall.usc.edu/registrationpolicies
Development of individual creative thinking and problem-solving skills; exploration of workplace creativity; advancement of managerial communication skills necessary to foster organizational innovation.
|15198R||001||Lecture||12:00-1:50pm||Thursday||24 of 36||Ellen-Linnea Dipprey||JFF316|
Individual and team exploration of 21st century media tools and their impact on communication strategies in business. Course uses social media, collaborative software, virtual immersion, and video conferencing.
|15221R||001||Lecture||12:00-1:50pm||Tue, Thu||34 of 36||Janna Wong||JFF331|
Explore the cultural dynamics and organizational communication models that contribute to successful business practices in multinational corporations and other global settings.
Current developments in the field of business communication. Topics vary from semester to semester.
|Strategic Communication in the Entertainment Industry|
|15155R||001||2.0||Lecture||2:00-3:50pm||Tuesday||11 of 30||Janna Wong||ACC303|
|Strategic Communication in ESG|
|15156R||001||4.0||Lecture||2:00-3:50pm||Mon, Wed||24 of 30||Andrew Ogilvie||ACC236|
Understand how to define and communicate your individual professional identity and value to employers across diverse professional fields using specialized applied tools.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Accounting, Business Administration/East Asian Area Studies, Business Administration/Education, Business Administration/Industrial & Systems Engineering, Business Administration/Jewish Nonprofit Management, Business Administration/Pharmacy, Business Administration/Real Estate Development, Business Administration/Social Work, Business Administration/Planning, Business Research, Business Taxation, Gerontology/Business Administration, Business Administration, Juris Doctor/Business Administration, Law/Business Taxation, Medicine/Business Administration, Social Entrepreneurship, Marketing
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student, Graduate Visitor, Master Student
|15181R||411||Lecture||12:30-1:50pm||Tue, Thu||27 of 30||Kirk Snyder||JKP204|
|15183D||277||Lecture||6:30-9:30pm||Thursday||29 of 30 (6 on waitlist)||Kirk Snyder||ONLINE|
Independent research beyond normal course offerings. Proposal, research and written report/paper required. Graded CR/NC.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Master Student
|15165D||033||Lecture||TBA||TBA||1 of 5||Peter Cardon||ONLINE|
Current developments in the field of business communication. Topics vary from semester to semester. Online registration open only to graduate business and accounting students.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Accounting, Business Administration, Business Administration/East Asian Area Studies, Business Administration/Industrial & Systems Engineering, Business Administration/Jewish Nonprofit Management, Business Administration/Pharmacy, Business Administration/Planning, Business Administration/Real Estate Development, Business Administration/Social Work, Business Research, Business Taxation, Gerontology/Business Administration, Juris Doctor/Business Administration, Law/Business Taxation, Medicine/Business Administration
- Note: This course is available to all non-business USC students. If you are interested in the course, please submit a non-business application.
|Business Communication Technologies: Selection for Success|
|Stephen Lind||PDF (606605 KB)|
Developing strategies for productive academic writing; drafting and revising an article for journal submission. Open only to doctoral students.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student
|15185D||033||Lecture||2:00-3:20pm||Tuesday||8 of 10||Lee Cerling||ACC312|