The Associate of Arts in Communication option prepares students for a Baccalaureate degree exploring oral communication and related fields of study. Students in this program can explore topics such as interpersonal, small group, intercultural, nonverbal, public, rhetorical, broadcast and electronic media, strategic communications, and other topics of importance within academic and business settings. Graduates of the program enjoy careers in public relations, business management, public policy, law, corporate training, broadcast and electronic communication, strategic communication, among other communication - intensive careers and fields of study.
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Program Learning Outcomes
The Communication Arts and Technology degree plan provides integrated learning in written, oral, relational, and digital communication. TCC graduates will encounter academic and professional opportunities requiring a multidisciplinary background in communication arts and technologies. Graduates will:
- Demonstrate ethical, critical, creative, and effective communication in written, oral, digital, mediated, and relational systems.
- Integrate practical skills and theory in one or more of these options: strategic communication; broadcast and electronic communication; oral communication or debate/forensics.
- Evaluate similarities and differences among the various communication arts and technologies.
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View a semester-by-semester course plan of study and information on transferring this degree to other colleges and universities on the Journalism: Electronic & Broadcast Communication Degree Map.