About the Program
When employers are surveyed on the abilities they seek in future employees, communication skills consistently top the list. The ability to communicate effectively is valuable in any career field and can help set you apart in a crowded field of job applicants.
In this program, you will learn communication strategies to utilize in personal, professional, and public contexts. Courses cover a variety of communication discipline subcategories, including public, interpersonal, small group, intercultural, gender, organizational, and healthcare communication. Consider taking a communication course to satisfy degree requirements, or make it the focus of your studies by declaring an Associate of Arts degree with a designation in Communication.