Professional Communication

Overview

An interest area

Do you want to master the writing skills you will need to communicate in professional settings? Classes in written communication and public relations will help you analyze writing situations and provide the techniques and strategies to convey your messages successfully.

Do you want to develop the poise, organizational skills, and technical know-how to get your point across in meetings, presentations, and one-to-one conversations? Classes in small-group communication, public speaking, and video-mediated communication will help you get there.

With Bryant’s state-of-the-art television studio and teleconferencing capabilities, you will be able to practice in front of the camera and develop an effective presentation style.

No matter what profession you intend to enter, being able to write and to present your ideas in a clear and effective manner will put you at the front of the pack.

Future careers, post-grad opportunities

Professional Communication will be useful in every job. Some specifically related professions include executive manager, personnel manager, director of corporate communication, human resources manager, negotiator, and industrial and labor relations representative. You will also be well prepared for graduate studies.

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To learn more, please contact:
Wendy Samter, Ph.D.
Chair and Professor 
Department of Communication
wsamter@bryant.edu