About the Program
The National Association of Colleges and Employers rates "oral communication" as one of the highest competencies for achieving professional success.
- More and more businesses and occupations prefer to hire employees who possess strong communication skills.
- A strong background in communication is also looked upon favorably by four-year universities when evaluating applicants.
- Effective communication skills assist in individual development and enhancement of human relations.
We offer both an Associate in Arts and Associate Degree for Transfer in Communication Studies. Also our Certificate in Achievement can augment other majors and help you in a career transition.
Whether you aspire to become a communication specialist, enhance your marketability in the workplace, or simply want to improve your people skills, we can help you identify the right program of study to meet your needs.
What can you do with a degree in Communication Studies
- Corporate training
- Public relations
- Human resources
- Political campaigning
Degree & Program Types
Check out this list for a quick view of our communication studies programs. For program requirements and full course listings, view degrees and certificates information.
Associate in Arts Degree
Associate Degree for Transfer
Certificate of Achievement
Courses of Interest
COMM 10: Gender, Communication & Culture
COMM 55: Career & Leadership Communication in the Global Workplace
For a complete list of Communication Studies courses, see our course catalog, with links to currently scheduled classes.
We're Here to Help!
Communication Studies Department
Division Office Contacts
|Kurt Hueg, Interim Division Dean
|To meet with the dean, contact the Student & Faculty Support Center.|
|Diana Cohn-Hayes, Campus Rentals Coordinator
|Fine Arts & Communication Division|
|Information & Forms for Faculty|