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Organizational Communication and Technology

Organizational Communication is the study of human interaction within complex organizations, and the management of organizational behavior. Course work in organizational communication offers both qualitative approaches to data analysis (category development and descriptive observation techniques) and quantitative approaches (measurement, psychological categories, and behavioral science research designs). The faculty views these approaches as complementary; many students attempt to achieve mastery in both modes.

Organizational Comm and Technology Faculty

 

Graduate Courses

Foundations of Organizational Communication Theory
Time Matters
Groups, Teams and Communities
Careers:  Theory and Practice
Social Network Analysis
Communication Technology in Organizations
Organizational Health, Technology and Safety
Survey of Organizational Communication
Communicating Knowledge
Qualitative Research Methods