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2020-2021 Catalog 
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Communication Studies for Transfer, AA-T

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The Communication Studies curriculum emphasizes the ability to communicate effectively among a variety of contexts and audiences. Courses will focus on public speaking, argumentation, critical thinking, researching, outlining, performance skills, case construction, relationship management, and teamwork. Students will receive training on how communication is used interpersonally, within small groups, diversely, and in large audiences and mass mediated formats. The curriculum is designed to meet the educational, professional, and personal demands of our students. Students will be prepared to transfer to a four-year institution with a broad range of communication course-work completed. Students majoring in Communication Studies at the lower-division level concentrate on learning how meaning is exchanged in public speaking, small group, interpersonal, and intercultural settings. Students will be able to construct and perform presentations in front of a variety of audiences, assess and evaluate presentations and performances, analyze audiences in multiple contexts, monitor individual communication skills, and research a plethora of topics.

Complete the following course (3 units):

List B: Select two courses (6 units)

Any List A course not already used.

Total Units Required: 18-22.5

To earn the associate for transfer degree:

See Earning an Associate Degree  for associate degree for transfer graduation requirements.

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