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With an associate degree in Communications students are prepared for a wide variety of opportunities in the business world.  Students will learn to craft written arguments, write clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication settings and styles, and demonstrate presentation skills in inventive ways.  The curriculum integrates courses in relevant topics, such as, social media and marketing, with multiple types of communication courses including oral, intercultural, persuasive, and organizational.  This degree is designed for the individual interested in pursuing an entry level career, as well as for the student seeking to transfer to a four year college or university.

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Rachelle Chaykin

Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs
Director of General Studies