The Communication Studies certificate program is designed to enhance a student’s ability to communicate in social, professional, and relational contexts. This certificate is intended to enhance the communication skills of students from all majors and career plans. Communication courses focus on how people use messages to generate meaning within and across various contexts, cultures, and channels.
Program Learning Outcomes: Construct and deliver a presentation with communicative competence and confidence; demonstrate the dynamics of effective communication in a variety of settings and contexts.
Students must satisfy both of the following requirements in order to earn the Communication Studies certificate:
|COMM P101 - Intro to Public Speaking||3 units|
|COMM P102 - Interpersonal Communication||3 units|
|COMM P105 - Argumentation & Debate||3 units|
|COMM P103 - Persuasion||3 units|
|COMM P106 - Intercultural Communication||3 units|
|COMM P170 - Oral Interpretation||3 units|
Communications Studies (CA) not approved for Title IV aid.
Effective Fall 2014
|JSC||Job Skills Certificate|
|CA||Certificate of Achievement|
|AA||Associate in Arts Degree|
|AS||Associate in Science Degree|
|AA-T||Associate in Arts for Transfer Degree|
|AS-T||Associate in Science for Transfer Degree|