2018-2019 Catalog Vol. 79 
    
    Sep 22, 2021  
2018-2019 Catalog Vol. 79 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Communication Studies, AA


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This degree allows students the opportunity to understand and examine the crucial role of communication in: human relationships, organizations, cultures, society, and civic affairs. It provides students with freshman and sophomore level courses necessary to successfully transfer and pursue a communications degree at a four- year college/university. Students can develop proficiencies in both personal and professional communication skills.

Core Component: 42 Credit Hours


Communication: 6 Credit Hours


Choose Two (2):

Mathematics: 3 Credit Hours


If any overflow hours are earned from Math or Life and Physical Sciences, they will be applied to the Component Area Option.

Choose One (1):

Life and Physical Sciences: 6 Credit Hours


If any overflow hours are earned from Math or Life and Physical Sciences, they will be applied to the Component Area Option.

Choose a minimum of Six (6) Hours:

Language, Philosophy, Culture: 3 Credit Hours


Choose One (1):

American History: 6 Credit Hours


Choose Two (2):

Government/Political Science: 6 Credit Hours


Component Area Option: 6 Credit Hours


If any overflow hours are earned from Math or Life and Physical Sciences, they will be applied to the Component Area Option.

Choose Two (2) courses equaling six (6) hours unless overflow hours from Life and Physical Sciences/ Mathematics are used:

Academic Electives: 6 credit hours – to be completed with any academic elective.


Area of Concentration : 12 Credit Hours


Communication Studies: 12 Credit Hours


Total Hours for Degree: 60 Credit Hours


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