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Business Communication For Accountants

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This course introduces students to the foundations of communication in a business accounting setting. Students are exposed to various topics related to interpersonal and group communications within the context of applications to the accounting field. Students will develop skills in the forms of written communication, including memos, e-mails, business letters, and reports. Other topics include communication ethics, collaboration, information utilization, critical thinking, and professional competence and values.

This undergraduate-level course is 9 This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 9

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    Leadership Style

    • Explain the effects of leadership style on group communication.

    Power Versus Group and Organizational Communication

    • Compare the influence of different sources of power on group and organizational communication.

    Business Communication

    • Compare different forms of communication and their use in business communications.
    • Identify relevant information for communications with a specific audience.

    Forms of Communication

    • Create appropriate forms of communication to meet the needs of a given audience.

    Ethics and Communication

    • Analyze the role of ethics in business communication.

    Effective Business Communication

    • Evaluate the effectiveness of a business communication.

    Organizational Culture and Communication

    • Use the tools available to University of Phoenix students.
    • Explain the relationship between organizational culture and organizational communication.

    Adapting Messages to Fit the Audience

    • Explain how adapting the message to the audience affects business communication.

    Group Communication

    • Describe barriers to group communication.
    • Describe techniques to enhance group communication.
    • Identify the role of conflict in group communication.
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