Communication studies 2.0 explores how and why we communicate. Students study the ways we use communication techniques and technologies to shape identities and ideas. They explore a variety of communication contexts, from intimate relationships, to public address, to small group interactions, to how we govern ourselves, and examine the many ways communication shapes us. Graduates will transfer with an understanding of communication theory and demonstrate proficiency in communication skills such as speaking in public, evaluating diverse points of view, producing evidence-based arguments, and communicating across cultures. . Students are required to have a grade of "C (or "P")" or better in each course in the major to apply these courses to the AS-T degree. The AS-T degree also requires the completion of 60 transfer semester units, a minimum overall grade point average of 2.0, and completion of the CSU GE-breadth or IGETC.
|List B, choose a minimum of 3 units from the following:||Units|
|Any List A course not used above.||3 units|
|ANTH 110||Cultural Anthropology||3 units|
|ENGL 110||Composition, Literature, and Critical Thinking||3 units|
|ENGL 165||Advanced Composition||3 units|
|PSYC 100||General Psychology||3 units|
|SOCI 100||Introduction to Sociology||3 units|
|Any CSU transferable Communication Studies course||3 units|
- California State University General Education-Breadth pattern (CSU GE Breadth),
- Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC/CSU) pattern
Please refer to Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) Requirements for more information.