Are you an administrator? Do you feel that your communication skills could be improved? Do you find that your memos are all sounding dull, repetitive, and derivative of the memos written by the person who held the position before you? Do you find that the message of your memos gets lost, misunderstood, misconstrued, or rejected by the intended audience? Do your memos make the intended audience react with anger or disgust? Have you run out of ways to announce that a consulting firm has been hired?
If the answers to any of these questions were YES, please take a look at Willard College’s Masters of Arts in Administrative Communication. This course of study builds on our well-regarded Bachelor of Arts in Language Management and graduates of that program will be given special consideration in their applications. We anticipate high levels of interest, especially because awarding-winning journalist Robin Leach has agreed to serve as the program’s first dean.
As always, with great sincerity, Provost Pillow
This is brilliant!
I Wanna Go-Ta Willard!
Dear Mr. Rsulliva, You can but it isn’t free. There is tuition and also a number of fees, including the activity fee, meal plan, etc.
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