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Communication

Campus Location:

Calmar, Peosta, Online

Program Entry: Fall, Spring, Summer

Award: Associate of Arts

Description:

The Associate of Arts degree will assist you if you plan to seek a professional degree in media, public relations, journalism, business, education and other communications-related areas. Journalists, technical writers, personnel directors and media specialists need the strong communication skills that the AA degree provides its graduates.

This program will prepare you to enter the workforce in local businesses or transfer to a four-year college or university to obtain a baccalaureate degree in a communications or related area.

If you plan to transfer to a four-year institution, select courses to satisfy the requirements of your prospective institution. Consult your advisor there with questions about course selection.

Communication

Admissions Requirements:

See the Associate of Arts program.

Communication

Academic Requirements:

See the Associate of Arts program.

Communication

Employment Information:

See the Associate of Arts program.

Communication

Additional Information:

Contacts

Jeff Murphy, MA
Dean of Arts and Science-Calmar
800.728.2256, ext. 235
murphyj@nicc.edu

Douglas Binsfeld
Dean of Arts & Sciences, Peosta
800.728.7367, ext 207
binsfeldd@nicc.edu

Becky Kamm
Communication Faculty, Calmar
800.728.2256, ext. 269
kammr@nicc.edu

Gene Perry
Communication Faculty, Peosta
800.728.7367, ext. 292
perrye@nicc.edu