This communication course teaches business writing skills needed to write many types of business correspondence. It covers claim, bad-news and sales letters, job applications, and the writing of procedures and instructions. NOTE: Students scoring below "C+" in level 1 COMM are required to take COMM 2002 instead of COMM 2202. To make up for a full-time diploma program level 2 COMM course, students must take both COMM 2202 (or COMM 2002) and COMM 2203 (or COMM 2003). If you have BCIT full-time diploma program level 1 COMM course credit, email email@example.com to apply for approval to register.
*(A)* PREREQUISITE: Prior to enrolling in COMM 2202, please check the prerequisite requirement to make sure that you are eligible. Refer to the course description for more details. *(B)*REGISTRATION/PAYMENT: To guarantee your seat in this class, you must submit full tuition fee payment at the time of registration. *(C)* AVAILABILITY: No capacity override, waitlist, or late registration for this class. Unfortunately, if this class is showing full, we have already reached the maximum capacity and cannot accept further registrants. Alternatively, you may take COMM 2002. This course is offered every term, so you will also have the opportunity to take it next term. *(D)*REQUIREMENT: This ONLINE course uses online learning approaches and BCIT’s online learning platform D2L for 11 sessions and a mandatory "in-person" final exam on the 12th session. The classes are online classes, but they are NOT self-paced: you will have readings, discussions, peer review, and assignments to complete each week as scheduled (although you do *not* have to be online at a particular time or on a particular day). Your weekly participation is essential to succeed in this course. You need to have an e-mail address, internet access, and access to a computer capable of downloading documents and visiting websites. *(E)*FINAL EXAM: If you live within the Greater Vancouver Regional District (within 100 km from BCIT ), You must write the final exam at BCIT Burnaby Campus on Friday, November 28, 2014 FROM 1830 TO 2130 (NO EXCEPTIONS). If you live outside the Greater Vancouver Regional District (outside 100km from BCIT), you will write the final exam at one of BCIT's network of approved Test Centres. Please click on the URL link for important course information: www.bcit.ca/files/distance/pdf/comm2202_online_201430.pdf .
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Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Follow a systematic process in planning and writing memos and letters.
Select and organize information to meet the needs of readers.
Write sentences that are clear, concise, and correct.
Achieve a positive, persuasive reader-oriented tone in your writing.
Use effective planning strategies and organizational patterns for:
Requests and replies
Claim and adjustment messages
'bad news' messages
Persuasive messages and sales letters
Definitions, descriptions, instructions and graphics.
Prepare a professional resume and application letter.
COMM 2202 is offered as a part of the following programs:
Custom Business Communications Essential W/ Access Rvp
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