The Professional Communication in the Canadian Workplace course is offered as an in-person program. It is important that you consider the learning format and its suitability for you to ensure that you have a successful learning experience.
Courses will use a combination of lectures, facilitated group discussions, activities, interactive exercises, group work, e-learning tools and other methods that support learning about professional communication in the context of the Canadian workforce.
- Courses meet one time per week for three hours and run for 13 weeks.
- Class size ranges from 12 to 50 students.
- You should expect to allocate at least three hours per week for reading, study and assignments, in addition to class time.
- Courses are held at McMaster’s Downtown Centre, One James North, Hamilton, unless otherwise indicated.
- You should attend all classes as the classroom work represents a significant part of the learning experience.
Considerations for Taking an In-Person Class
- Your schedule allows you to attend class at the same time each week.
- You prefer interacting with your peers and feeling part of a classroom environment.
- You prefer weekly feedback from an instructor.
- You occasionally need reminders and reinforcements to get your studying done.
- You prefer the instructor explain the readings and the assignments.