Business Communication

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English for Business Communication: Grammar
March 19-May 4, 2018

Your ability to communicate influences the success of your career

This online Professional Studies course will help you develop essential business correspondence language skills:

  • punctuation and capitalization
  • grammar and proper usage
  • proofreading
  • use of social media

This course will help you prepare for your job search by developing the essential business correspondence skills: grammar and proper usage, punctuation, hyphenation and division of words, capitalization, abbreviations, contractions, and proofreading. In addition, you will study and practice various forms of written communications expected by employers to reinforce language skills. Professional use of social media will also be addressed. Although the focus of this class is the learning of English, bilingual teaching methods that use American Sign Language will be applied. The course will be student-centered and responsive to individual needs based on assessments and observation in the discussions.

Tuition: $296  (Waived for Gallaudet employees*)
Course: PST 50-OL1 (credit 1)
Instructor: Dory Muller
Dates: March 19 - May 4, 2018
Note: We will accept registrations through the first day of class or until the class fills up.
Questions: ccoe@gallaudet.edu
*This online course, made possible by Gallaudet University Human Resources Services, is being offered to Gallaudet University employees for free.  After you submit an application, we will send you a tuition waiver using Abode Echosign.

Dory Muller

Dory Muller earned his B.A. in Psychology from the University of South Florida and his M.S. in Higher Education from Capella University. His academic and professional experience spans areas of instructional design and assessment/evaluation to teaching English as a second language. Muller currently teaches for DC Public Schools to provide language learners a holistic and systematically aligned, quality education to become thinkers and productive members of society. His research interests include language acquisition instruction and assessment methods applied in the classroom setting.