As a student in NCC’s Associates in Arts degree in Communications, you will gain a strong introduction to the media landscape so you can easily transfer and complete a bachelor’s degree in communications, media studies, public relations, journalism and more at a four-year college or university. Our two-year degree program will let you explore the many areas of the communications industry and give you a better understanding of the varied career paths you might choose.
Why study Communications here?
The Communications Degree culminates with a required internship (unique in a two-year liberal arts program), which will provide you with real-world skills toward a communications career. Our faculty has extensive experience working in the communications field and brings current authentic experience to all classes. They are guided by a Communications Advisory Board, which consists of specialists who currently work in the fields of radio, TV, public relations, publishing, screenwriting, and digital media.
Our program will give you the basics for a future career as a writer, reporter, or editor; public relations, advertising, or social media specialist; an educator; a TV or radio producer.
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From the Field…
“NCC interns are focused, prepared, engaged and ready to learn while expecting to contribute. Working with NCC has been a wonderful experience; from the students they send to the staff follow up…top notch.”
– Bob Cox, President and General Manager, Monadnock Broadcasting Group
“Your success as a student, as a professional, as a relationship partner, and ultimately as a well-rounded person depends on your ability to communicate effectively. Communication involves equal portions of talking, listening and writing. Our program teaches how to craft a clear, concise message and communicate it through multiple forms of media.”
–Professor Ed Brouder