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Catalog 2013-2014 
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BUS 1160 - Working in a Professional Environment

Credits: 3
This course addresses the importance of one’s role in the functioning of a company and the potential impact one’s own performance can have on the success of the organization. Students will study cultural competence and explore the ability to understand, communicate with, and interact effectively with people of different cultures. Topics related to professionalism include demonstrating respect for coworkers, colleagues, and customers and acting in the best interest of the company, the community, and the environment. Students will learn techniques for planning and prioritizing work to manage time effectively and accomplish assigned tasks. Communication skills include the ability to reach formal or informal agreements that promote mutual goals and interests, and obtain commitment to those agreements from individuals or groups.

Prerequisites: Students must meet basic skills policy requirements. No other course prerequisites required.

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