The University of California, Berkeley is offering free online course on Effective Business Writing. This course will help you learn to organize your writing in the process of composing a business letter, email, or report is smoother and faster.
Applicants will learn how to choose the best format for your message, organize the information so it’s easy to read, and condense content for the most effective messaging. The course will start on April 23, 2018.
Course At A Glance
- Length: 4 weeks
- Effort: 3-5 hours pw
- Subject: Business Administration
- Institution: University of California, Berkeley and edx
- Languages: English
- Price: Free
- Certificate Available: Yes, Add a Verified Certificate for $99
- Session: Course Starts on April 23, 2018
The University of California, Berkeley was chartered in 1868, and its flagship campus — envisioned as a “City of Learning” — was established at Berkeley, on San Francisco Bay.
This course will help you learn to organize your writing in the process of composing a business letter, email, or report is smoother and faster.
Why Take This Course?
- How to compose an effective business letter, memo, and report
- Best approaches to formatting business documents
- Streamlining content for maximum effectiveness
- Getting your point across clearly and confidently
CLICK ANY LINK BELOW TO APPLY
Margaret Steen., M.J., UC Berkeley Extension Honored Instructor, is a Bay Area freelance writer, editor, and writing instructor.
Course 1 – The Writing Process
How To Join This Course
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- Create an edX account to SignUp
- Choose “Register Now” to get started.
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