- Sharpens Your Writing and Editing Skills
- Develops Your Ability to Communicate Across Platforms
- Strengthens Your Intercultural Communication Skills for a Global Workplace
Professional writing and editing skills are in increasing demand in today’s competitive job market. These courses will develop your ability to write effective emails, memos, brochures, and reports; hone your intercultural communication skills; and represent a brand effectively across platforms in a global workplace. Learn techniques to adapt your message to fit different audiences, campaigns, and contexts. Try a single class or explore our Certificate in Professional Writing .
This Fall, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.
This foundational course introduces critical practices of professional writing, focusing on common documents across digital and traditional formats.
Have all elements of your communication persona are evaluated, exercised, challenged, and upgraded, transforming you into a speaker with power.
Learn to craft compelling narratives that match the tone and intentions of a company, brand, or communication campaign.
Learn how to write effective grant proposals and case statements—necessities for increasing funding for your nonprofit.
Professionals are constantly making decisions on hiring, work allocation, feedback, performance reviews, and promotions that may impact their...
Learn to identify and reduce microaggressions and to communicate effectively with people of color.
Hone both your copyediting skills and your professionalism, and receive expert advice on how to get hired at either a magazine or book publisher.
Humans have used stories to communicate for millennia; they are an essential part of how we relate to each other. The world today is...
Elevate your writing, whether professional or creative, by breaking bad writing habits and learning new strategies.
Learn professional communication skills for a global audience, whether you’re fluent in English or still learning.
Practice core business writing skills, and work to evaluate and communicate a professional identity internally and externally.
Learn the right words and modes of communication to ask successfully for yourself and philanthropic or business endeavors, even in challenging times.
Learn how to write technical information for a range of audiences, from specialized professionals to unspecialized laypeople.
Develop the habits of using workplace writing as a tool for self-promotion, professional development, and performance coaching.
Learn from two veteran literary agents how to navigate the publishing landscape to publish your book without confusion or intimidation.