Dr. Jeffrey Alexander, Dean of Arts and Sciences
The Certificate of Professional Communication program prepares students for careers in management, human resources, nonprofit organizations, marketing, public relations and recruitment, as well as workplace advancement.
The Certificate of Professional Communication program teaches students to write and speak to diverse publics, engage in critical thinking and problem-solving, work as part of a team and employ one-on-one conflict resolution strategies. The curriculum is designed to sharpen students’ verbal and written communication abilities for the best practices of being part of a 21st-century workplace.
The Certificate of Professional Communication will not appear as a certificate on official college transcripts. Courses taken toward the Certificate may apply to other programs on a degree-by-degree basis.
Placement into ENG 121 or successful completion of any CCR course with a grade of “C”/”S” or higher.
Successful completion of COM 289 - Capstone .