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EGMT 404 [WI] Introduction to Engineering Management Communications 3.0 Credits

Excellence in design is as important to managerial communications as it is for any engineering endeavor. By applying this concept to the challenges that new engineering managers face, the course encourages engineers to aspire to professional competence in writing and speaking as they prepare for management. This helps them in both marketing their job skills and publishing and promoting innovative ideas and solutions. Students learn the rhetoric of managerial communication to affect workplace behavior on multiple levels, effect profitable technological and business outcomes, and promote the success of new products and systems. The basic skills of composition and grammar are also stressed: developing and organizing content, building effective reporting formats, and editing to achieve style and correctness.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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