transfer-ticket-poster-smallAssociate in Arts Degree

NEW! This program is a Connecticut State Colleges & Universities Transfer Ticket!
Transfer Tickets are new degree programs providing pathway for community college students to complete degree programs that transfer to Connecticut State Universities (Central, Eastern, Southern, and Western) and Charter Oak State College without losing any credits or being required to take extra credits in order to complete a bachelor’s degree in that same discipline. You will be able to transfer, apply to competitive admissions majors, and complete your BA/BS degree in the same time and with the same course requirements as students who start at a CSU or COSC.

This program provides a foundation of skills and knowledge in communication and media as well as a solid core of liberal arts courses.  The program is primarily designed for students intending to transfer to a bachelor degree program in communication or media, or a related field such as writing, public relations, journalism, advertising,organizational or corporate communications. It can also prepare students for employment in fields where communication skills and knowledge are valuable.  Learn More About This Program >

Program Advisor

John Shafer
Professor/Coordinator – Communication
Phone: 860-343-5811
Office Location: Chapman Hall, 606

Graduation Checklist

Communication Studies Degree – Graduation Checklist

A Graduation Checklist is a printable list of course requirements you will use when you meet with your academic advisor each semester.  The checklist helps you keep track of your progress from when you first enter MxCC to when you are ready to graduate.

Degree Requirements

CSCU Transfer Ticket

See how your MxCC Associate Degree in Communication Studies can transfer seamlessly to one of the four regional Connecticut State Universities, or Charter Oak State College.  Learn more >

Transferring Elsewhere?

MORE INFO COMING SOON: In addition to CSCU Transfer Tickets,  your degree in Communication Studies can transfer easily to other public and private institutions with Bachelor’s degree programs in Communication.

Pathway Advisors

Richard Lenoce, Program Coordinator
Phone: 860-343-5796

John Shafer, Professor of Communication
Phone: 860-343-5811