ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN ENGLISH COMMUNICATION AND MANAGEMENT
To be successful in English Communication and Management, students must learn important skills which are communication and critical thinking to prepare for their careers in many aspects of the business world, including: Journalism, Entertainment, News Media, Health Care, Public Administration and many more. This is a 2 years program.
Admission to the Program
Applicants must present:
1) An official High School Diploma or an official transcript from each college and university attended.
2) A completed Application for Admission form.
3) SAT/ACT Scores
4) For international student: Proof of proficiency in the English language. Students must produce results of a TOEFL score of at least 500 paper–based (173 Computerized) (60 internet based) or pass the University’s English exam.
Upon completion of the Associate of Arts in English Communication and Management, students will be able to successfully:
● Demonstrate the ability to access, read, interpret, analyze, and evaluate textual materials across traditions, genres, and media, with critical attention to both diversity and complexity.
● Develop both an awareness of different audiences and the persuasive skills needed to deliver effective arguments and verbal presentations.
● Communicate effectively in a variety of dynamics from interpersonal to large group settings like public speaking.
● Apply ethical reasoning and critical thinking when evaluating current cases and trends in the industry.
● The associate degree in English Communication and Management prepares students for careers in many diverse fields, which include Journalism, Entertainment, News Media, Health Care, Public Administration and many more.
Requirement for the Associate of Arts in English Communication and Management Degree (90 Quarter units)
In order to complete an undergraduate degree, a student must:
1) Satisfactorily complete the required courses listed below.
2) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale
All students are required to take the total of 90 quarter units of the courses as follows: