With so many ways to share information, strong communication skills are invaluable in today's fast-paced, digital world. Understanding how we communicate is essential in fields such as journalism, public relations, and marketing, as well as a wide range of industries in business, nonprofit, and public service professions.
The ability to verbally communicate and the ability to create and edit written documents are among the Top 10 skills employers seek when hiring new graduates, according to a 2018 National Association of Colleges and Employers Job Outlook Survey.
The Communication Associate of Arts program at Lake Michigan College allows you to explore ethical and civically productive communication through service-learning experiences and coursework that reinforces the ethical imperative of adaptive and inclusive communication. You will learn valuable life skills, including collaboration, persuasion, critical thinking, creativity, conflict management, and intercultural communication.
A Communication Associate of Arts degree from LMC will give you the confidence and tools needed to communicate in any professional environment.
Communication courses at LMC are designed to fit within the Michigan Transfer Agreement, which means credits easily transfer to a four-year institution.