Quality communication in today's business world.
Communication is essential in every organization, whether it’s in small groups, conducting training seminars, making product presentations or working one-on-one with clients and colleagues. That’s why Marian’s organizational communication program prepares you for success in a variety of careers.
The organizational communication program will prepare you to create, support, and restore communication structures, networks, and the flow of communication in organizations. The program provides a solid foundation in effective communication skills, combined with communication theories and principles. You’ll develop the necessary skills to advance your career through oral, written and interpersonal communication. You’ll also engage in an integrated study of intercultural, ethical and practical communication issues that professionals encounter on the job every day.
Designed to meet the academic and professional needs of working adults looking to advance their careers, the organizational communication program will deliver to you the kind of powerful preparation and convenience that is hard to match. As your neighbor, Marian is local, connected and respected - employers know us and trust our graduates. We offer you convenient learning centers in Appleton, Fond du Lac and West Allis, as well as convenient evening courses from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Some courses are available online; you can start your program in the fall, spring or summer; and you'll be able to proceed through the program at your own pace by taking one or more courses per 7-week term.
The Marian Reputation
At Marian, we’ve been educating adult learners for nearly 80 years. As a student pursuing your bachelor's degree in the organizational communication program, you’ll find the relevancy and quality that comes from a faculty comprised of leading experts. And you’ll find the kind of inspired results that come from our strong connections with major employers who helped craft our programs based on what they’re looking for in graduates.