The Communication Studies Department welcomes you!
WHY BE A COMMUNICATION STUDIES MAJOR?
Communication Studies (also known as Speech Communication) majors are currently in a lot of demand, and provide a broad amount of expertise toward the ways humans communicate with each other, both in verbal and nonverbal forms. Subjects range from public relations to organizational management, with potential jobs such as:
- Public Relations Manager
- Marketing Coordinator
- Media production
- Human Resources Manager
- Corporate Training
Check out this list for more information on Communication Studies!
Furthermore, Communication Studies is seen as an excellent degree choice for law school, as it prepares you for a job as an attorney by honing your writing, critical thinking and reasoning skills. Many communication studies majors also easily get into popular business schools and MBA programs.
Students interested in demonstrating or improving their communication and presentation skills should consider signing up with the nationally ranked Los Angeles Valley College Speech and Debate Team. Students that are shy, or have issues communicating verbally are encouraged to join. Click here for more information.
As you ponder your future we hope that you consider the Speech Communication major and/or degree. Many assume that the major is all about public speaking, but the emphasis is much more about the study of how human beings communicate than just speech. The goal of the degree is to make you a more skilled communicator and help you understand the sometimes complicated process of how human beings communicate with each other.
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS - TRANSFER
The Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) is intended for students who plan to
complete a bachelor's degree in a similar major at a CSU campus.
Students completing these degrees (AA-T or AS-T) are guaranteed
admission to the CSU system, but not to a particular campus
COMMUNICATION STUDIES ASSOCIATE OF ARTS - TRANSFER MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
If you have any questions about the major or any of our programs please stop
by Humanities 108.
The Speech Communication Department.