Area of Study

Communication (Transfer)

Do you have a way with words? Do you enjoy writing and giving presentations?
Put your talent and interests to good use with a career in Communication.
This field offers an abundance of opportunities. Communication professionals can specialize in mass communication, public relations, marketing, or in TV and film production. They create content for websites, press releases, social media, and print publications, all with the goal of informing, inspiring, and motivating audiences. A Communication degree could lead to a role as a public relations manager, a digital media specialist, or a writer on a television show. In an associate program in Communication, you will build your writing skills and learn about public speaking and debate. This degree is transferable to universities offering a bachelor’s degree in Communication or Communication Studies.

Knowledge and skills you will learn:

  • Public speaking
  • Writing styles
  • Argumentation and debate
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Intercultural communication
  • Research and analysis abilities
  • Visual communication

View the catalog for courses and program requirements.


Participating Universities

Colorado State University-Ft Collins
[B.A. Communication Studies]

Colorado State University-Global Campus
[B.S. Communication]

Metropolitan State University of Denver
[B.A. Speech Communication; Organizational Communication emphasis]

University of Colorado Boulder
[B.A. Communication]

University of Colorado Colorado Springs
[B.A. Communication; General Communication Studies emphasis]

University of Colorado Denver
[B.A. Communication]

University of Northern Colorado
[B.A. Communication Studies]

Western Colorado University
[B.A. Communication Arts; Communication emphasis]