About This Program:
The Human Communication program prepares students for a baccalaureate degree in Human Communication and/or Communication Studies at most four year institutions by giving students a solid foundation in public speaking, interpersonal communication skills, and communication theory. Students also develop important critical and analytical thinking skills.
What You Will Learn:
- Graduates will demonstrate the ability to comprehend and interpret communication texts.
- Graduates will develop effective public speaking skills.
- Graduates will demonstrate effective communication in writing.
Employers across the spectrum regularly list Communication skills as one of the most important qualifications for their employees. Communication Studies degrees are a broad-based, solid foundation for many different areas in graduate school, as well. Communication Studies graduates who complete their Bachelor’s degree are working in a wide variety of careers in business, industry, government, nonprofit organizations or human services. With careful planning and advisement, a graduate can also pursue an advanced degree in an area that requires excellent communication such as law, social work, clinical psychology, business administration, and high school or university teaching.
A.A. - 95/100 Quarter Hours
A.S. - 90/96 Quarter Hours