background image of fiber optic cables

Communications

Students pursuing a Communication degree are focused on a variety of communication forms. A Communication major is appropriate for a wide variety of careers including, Law, Business, and Public Relations. 

Curriculum Guides
Curriculum Guides

2018-2020 Curriculum Guide: Students who enrolled in their program prior to Fall 2020 should use the following Curriculum Guide. 

Associate in Arts
2018-2020 Digital Communications & Content Strategy

2020-2022 Curriculum Guide: Newly admitted or returning re-admitted students for Fall 2020 or later should use the following Curriculum Guide.

Associate in Arts
2020-2022 Digital Communications & Content Strategy

Check out the Course Search for a full listing of courses available.

Students Preparing to Transfer
Students Preparing to Transfer

The classes you will be taking are strategic approaches that focus on the creation of content to help further an organization’s brand and maintain professional connections. 

 

Not limiting our students’ options and providing hands-on practices with internal and external experiences make our program unique for students. In this program, we:

  • focus on industry needs
  • offer you hands-on practices and experiences
  • help you get professional industry-recognized certifications (Google, Hubspot, Hootsuite, Facebook, etc.)
  • encourage your creativity
  • assist you in becoming a competent visual communicator
  • provide you the opportunity to use software to generate eye-catching media concepts and products
  • offer you transfer program options
Discover Career Paths
Discover Career Paths

Visit the What Can I Do with My Major? webpage to find helpful resources on career paths, employers and more!