Minor in Organizational & Professional Communication

The Organizational & Professional Communication Minor offers you specialized coursework in effective communication skills specific to traditional corporate workplaces, nonprofit organizations, and emerging organizational groups such as grassroots efforts and civic groups in a multi-cultural, global environment. This minor gives focused attention to interpersonal, intercultural, and/or team communication, project coordination, and leadership communication as well as training and development expertise.

Emphasizing experiential and hands-on application of communication theories and practices, the minor supports your efforts to learn successful communication strategies for today’s evolving marketplace. 


KSU Organizational & Professional Communication students in the classroom

Program Snapshot

Required Courses: 3 Credit Hours

  • ORGC 3025: Introduction to Organizational & Professional Communication

Lower Division Elective: 3 Credit Hours
Select one of the following for three credit hours: 

  • BLAW 2200: Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
  • COMM 1110: Public Speaking
  • COMM 2033: Visual Communication

Upper Division Electives: 9 Credit Hours
Select three of the following for a total of nine credit hours: 

  • ORGC 3325: Intercultural Communication
  • ORGC 3345: Team Communication
  • ORGC 3376: Interpersonal Communication
  • ORGC 3459: Communication and Conflict
  • ORGC 4344: Training and Development
  • ORGC 4440: Leadership Communication
  • ORGC 4470: Topics in Organizational & Professional Communication

Total Number of Credit Hours: 15


School of Communication & Media

Kennesaw State University
School of Communication & Media
Social Sciences Bldg #402, Rm 5106
402 Bartow Ave, MD 2207 
Kennesaw, Georgia, 30144

Phone: 470-578-6298

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