Why choose this program?Your ability to effectively communicate with others and “tell your story” can help you in every aspect of your life. Effective face-to-face, interpersonal, group and mass communication skills help us better understand a person or situation, resolve differences and build trust and respect.
What will I experience?
- Become a more confident and competent public speaker with the ability to persuade others
- Make better use of your personal, public and professional interactions
- Discover effective nonverbal communication techniques and behaviors
- Communicate effectively with people from other cultures and diverse backgrounds
What opportunities might it lead to?
An associate of arts in communication studies degree can lead to a variety of positions in journalism, public relations, broadcasting, social media, teaching, sales, law, politics, advertising, marketing, business and more.
Explore Careers and Opportunities
Journalism courses are offered during the Spring 2022 semester.
No Journalism courses are offered during the Fall 2021 semester.
Please see the College Catalog for additional information and requirements.