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Undergraduate Communication Placement Exam

Undergraduate Communication Placement Exam

All new undergraduate students will be required to take a placement exam prior to registering for COM 320 Business Communication Methods. Students who pass the undergraduate placement exam will be eligible to enroll in COM 320. Students who do not pass the undergraduate placement exam will be required to take COM 300 Communication Essentials, a one-credit hour course designed to enhance students’ writing skills. Students will be eligible to enroll in COM 320 upon successful completion of COM 300 with a grade of P.

Students are not charged a fee for the placement exam. The placement exam is administered online and may be taken on any computer that has Internet access. The placement exam is timed at 40 minutes and may only be taken one time. It is not repeatable. The link to the Web site to access the exam along with your login and password will be sent to your Walsh College e-mail account after admittance to Walsh College. Please contact the Help Desk at 248-823-1350 or helpdesk@walshcollege.edu for assistance accessing your Walsh College e-mail account.  

The placement exam will assess basic writing skills in three areas:

  • Grammar and mechanics
  • Style 
  • Organization and development

Click here for detailed instructions on logging in and taking the Undergraduate Communication Placement Exam. 

Click here for Undergraduate Communication Placement Exam Frequently Asked Questions

COM 300 Communication Essentials

COM 300 provides students an opportunity to develop their written communication skills at a professional level necessary in today’s workplaces. Emphasis is on the fundamentals of writing using precise language, correct grammar and punctuation, and appropriate style. Students will compose written messages that are clear, concise, free of mechanical errors, and displaying organization of thoughts based on a synthesis of information. Students will build skills to evaluate, revise and edit their own writing.

Student Learning Outcomes:
At the completion of COM 300, students will be able to:

  • Compose messages that display organization of thoughts based on a synthesis of credible information
  • Write sentences and paragraphs using correct grammar, spelling and punctuation
  • Develop written messages that display appropriate tone and style for intended audience
  • Produce brief business documents that are clear, concise, well organized, and properly formatted



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Walsh College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (www.ncahlc.org; phone: 312-263-0456). Specific degree programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP, www.acbsp.org) and the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE, www.iacbe.org).

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