Communication Studies

Students of Communication Studies will demonstrate effective skills in written and oral communication. Communication Studies explores the complexity of human interaction. We encourage students to pursue and evaluate knowledge through the skills of inquiry, research, and critical thinking.

Our graduates move on to careers in:

• Human resources
• Public relations
• Advertising
• Journalism
• Law
• Hospitality and customer service
• Corporate training
• Politics

Many continue their education at the graduate and doctoral levels.

An Associate in Arts in Communication Studies for Transfer is a valuable asset for people in every industry. The National Association of Colleges and Employers, in a 2010 survey, ranked the top five desired candidate skills/qualities: communication skills, strong work ethics, analytical skills, teamwork, and technical skills.

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Programs Associate
Certificate Noncredit
Communication Studies
Interpersonal Communication
Persuasive and Rhetorical Communication
Public Speaking and Forensics