Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
Home About Us Research & Find Services Faculty FAQs Contact Us
  • My Library Account
  • BGMT 208 - Business Communication

    Introduction

    Business Communication is an academic discipline that helps students develop and refine their communication skills to help their organizations communicate effectively and efficiently. The goal of Business Communication courses is to help the student master essential communication principles and gain expertise in both written and oral communication. The course covers many elements of business communications, including listening, feedback, interviewing, leadership, problem solving communication, and verbal and nonverbal messages. The major focus areas of Business Communication include the basics of business communication, the process of communication, communicating within groups, and communicating through effective presentations.

    This research guide presents recommended resources for BGMT 208: Business Communication. 

    Related Research Guides

    The following UDC Library research guides are related to business management and may provide additional useful information.

    Help Guides

    We have created several Help Guides to help you navigate using library and information resources and tools. These guides are designed to walk you through finding what you need while offering tips, tricks, and other useful information. 

    Something Missing?

    Do you see something missing from this guide? Let us know! Icon of a question mark over a person

    The library is always open to adding missing content to our guides. We are happy to add new links, information, and resources you may be aware of. Please email us at ask@udc.libanswers.com to share any links or information you would like to see us include.