Communication Studies Department
Communication studies focus on how people use messages to generate meanings within and across various contexts, including personal and professional settings.
Clark offers courses that build students' interpersonal and public speaking skills. Students also learn about intercultural, organizational, and mass communication.
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Learn the Tool of Effective Communication
The ability to effectively convey a message is an asset in all aspects of life. Communication studies allow students to better understand the way individuals receive, assess, and share information.
At Clark, we encourage a collaborative learning environment where students can develop their communication skills through public speaking and sharing ideas in the classroom. Our faculty understands these skills do not come easy for everyone and instructors foster a supportive classroom environment for all skill levels.
Employment opportunities for communication roles exist in a variety of fields that include: government, business, social services, public relations, and marketing.
Clark offers an Associate in Arts degree (AA) designed for students planning to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a bachelor's degree in communication studies.