Communication, Associate in Arts

Communications majors study a variety of offerings in liberal arts and technical communications leading to an associate in arts degree. Professor TeachingThis program provides a comprehensive overview of popular and evolving fields of communications and media literacy. Students learn communication theory as it relates to culture, aesthetics and society.

The program prepares students for transfer to four-year colleges and universities as communication majors or one of the following specializations: media, journalism, speech, film, radio and TV, new media, public relations or advertising.

 

Transfer Agreements

The program prepares students for transfer to four-year state colleges and universities in New Jersey, as well as to other public and private universities. Students may continue on as communications majors or opt for one of the following specializations: media, journalism, speech, film, radio and TV, new media, public relations or advertising.

Career Opportunities

Communications is a perennially popular major, one that is readily transferable, and one that provides good career opportunities, which include:

  • Media/Comm. – Others
  • Media/Comm- Equipment
  • Camera Operators
  • Film Editors
  • Journalism
  • Public Relations Specialists
  • Public Relations Managers
  • Writers/Authors
  • Technical Writers
  • Editors