The associate degree in communication is an open access pathway to a bachelor’s degree in communication.
Potential job opportunities could include, but are not limited to: communications specialist, freelance writer, marketing coordinator, administrative assistant.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects employment of media and communications occupations to grow 14 percent from 2020 to 2030, faster than the average for all occupations, and will result in about 151,500 new jobs.
Demand for media and communication occupations is expected to arise from the need to create, edit, translate, and disseminate information through a variety of different platforms.
Professionals in communications follow a variety of career paths such as:
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You do not. Classes are asynchronous. You can log on anytime 24/7 to complete your coursework.
To enhance your experience and learning, many of our instructors offer online office hours held at a predetermined date and time.
(There are a few exceptions to the asynchronous components, please view program FAQs for more information)
No. your degree will be conferred by the University of Cincinnati, which will also be reflected on your transcripts and degree.
No. You must choose one program to apply for in any given semester.
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