Why choose Communication at PPCC?
In PPCC's Communication program, you will develop communication skills for effective verbal and nonverbal behaviors in the areas of public speaking, cultural interaction and inclusion, interpersonal relationships, group participation, and professional projects. Although many Communication students enter fields of publishing, marketing, public relations, and broadcasting, the skills you learn here will help you wherever your career path leads.
What do PPCC Communication students study?
We offer classes that guide students in developing effective verbal and nonverbal skills. Students who graduate from communication will exhibit:
- Confidence in public speaking
- Effectiveness in work-related projects and interactions
- Improved interpersonal communication skills
- The ability to work effectively in groups and teams
Classes you might take
The ability to be a persuasive communicator is key to advancement in virtually every career field. Employment possibilities include:
- Radio and Television
- Government or Corporate Communication
Program Learning Outcomes
Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) are competencies with which students will be proficient at the completion of an academic program. Program Learning Outcomes link with course learning outcomes and competencies.