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COMMUNICATIONS

Division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
​Dean:
David Vakil​
Department Chair (Communication):Tara Kubicka-Miller
Faculty:
Michael DeCarbo
Jared Kubicka-Miller
Tara Kubicka-Miller
Melinda Womack
Location:H-111
Phone:(714) 628-5030

 

The Associate in Arts in Communication Studies for Transfer degree provides training to build and maintain personal and professional relationships through effective communication. Completion of the transfer degree in Communication prepares students to: 

  1. Communicate with clarity and accuracy in diverse environments
  2. Act with awareness of self amongst local and global communities
  3. Think critically, creatively and reflectively
  4. Learn about the self in professional and interpersonal relationships

Successful completion of the transfer degree in Communication guarantees the student acceptance to the California State University system to pursue a baccalaureate degree, in the field of business, industry, government, social service, and/or education in such areas as teaching, public speaking, consulting, law, announcing, and public relations.

 

The associate degree curriculum in communication provides training for communicating and dealing with people. Completion of the associate in arts degree in communication prepares students to: 

  1. Communicate with clarity and accuracy, and in diverse environments
  2. Act with awareness of self and both the local and global communities of persons
  3. Think critically, creatively and reflectively 
  4. Learn about self and others, academic and professional issues

The associate in arts in communication degree prepares the student to move into a curriculum at a four-year institution leading to a baccalaureate degree, and then into careers in the field of business, industry, government, social service, or education in such areas as teaching, public speaking, consulting, law, announcing, public speaking and public relations.