Business Communication & Law
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Program Course Schedule:
Students are required to complete at least 14 total units from a variety of courses offered by UCSB Departments of Communication and Professional and Continuing Education.
Required: Choose any 3 courses from the following (12 units):
- COMM 108 - Corporate Social Responsibility and Communication (Fall/Winter) - 4 units
- COMM 122 - Organizational Communication (Winter/Spring) - 4 units
- COMM 126 - Gender and Communication (Summer) - 4 units
- COMM 127 - Leadership, Gender, and Communication (Winter/Summer) - 4 units
- COMM 136 - Collaborative Technologies and the Dynamics of Organization (Winter) - 4 units
- COMM 142 - Power, Dominance, and Communication(Fall) - 4 units
- COMM 146 - Understanding and Detecting Human Deception (Spring) - 4 units
- COMM 148 - Risk Communication (Winter) - 4 units
- COMM 170 - Communication and Law (Winter) - 4 units
- COMM 174 - Freedom of Communication (Spring) - 4 units
- COMM 176 - Forensic Communication (Winter/Spring) - 4 units
- COMM 177 - The Legal Community and the Courtroom (Spring) - 4 units
Required: Complete 2 units (One class) from the following:
- MGMNT X171 - Cross-Cultural Conflict Resolution (Fall) - 2 units
- MGMNT X172- Ethical & Regulatory Environments (Winter) - 2 units
- MGMNT X173- Business Law & Social Responsibility (Spring) - 2 units
For more information visit: Approved Academic Calendar.
*Note: Course will count toward the certificate for students who have already taken it.
Units for the MGMNT X171, X172, 173 courses may count toward graduation units, but grades for those courses do not count towards GPA for graduation. UCSB students seeking a degree or unit credit must file a petition with the appropriate UCSB College or School PRIOR to enrollment, To make the credit effective students need to order a transcript from student services and have it submitted to the registrar.
Financial Aid: Current UCSB matriculated students, who are eligible for financial aid, are strongly encouraged to take a minimum of 12 units of regular undergraduate courses. The MGMNT X units do not count toward that minimum.