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Communications: Communications Courses

Online guide for the Communications and Corporate Communications programs

Communications & Corporate Communications Program Requirements

The Associate in Science (AS) Communications program requires 21 credits of general education and elective coursework in addition to core courses totaling 60 credits.

The Bachelor of Science (BS) Corporate Communication program requires 42 credits of general education and elective requirements in addition to core and choice classes totaling 120 credits. To fulfill the choice classes requirement students can choose any level communications course not fulfilling another degree requirement.

Both degrees require completing either Internship or Capstone.

BUS230 Principles of Marketing books & ebooks

COM100 Survey of Mass Communications books & ebooks

COM125 Digital Photography & Image Editing books & ebooks

COM130 Public Relations books & e-books

COM140 Media Writing books & e-books

COM215 Communications Ethics (not required for AS, core course for BS only) books & e-books

COM220 Journalism I books & e-books

COM225 Writing for Public Relations books & ebooks

COM230 Desktop Publishing I books & ebooks

COM265 Organizational Communications & Leadership (not required for AS, core course for BS only) books & ebooks

COM270 Writing for Broadcast Media (not required for AS, core course for BS only) books & ebooks

COM290 Video Production (not required for AS, core course for BS only) books & ebooks

COM303 Persuasion

COM305 Media Relations books & ebooks

COM320 Feature Writing books & ebooks

COM340 Communications Law (not required for AS, core course for BS only) books & ebooks