You are strong in writing and communication skills. You work well with others and like to meet new people. Take the first step today with the associate’s degree in Communication Studies at MxCC. You can start your career in the exciting fields of communication and media with the associate’s degree in Communication Studies program at Middlesex Community College. MxCC’s program lays the foundation for work in writing, public relations, journalism, advertising, or media. Students can transfer to a bachelor’s degree program for more specialized study or join the workforce in entry level communication positions.
The Communication Studies 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. The associate’s degree in Communication Studies program typically takes students two years to complete. It is compiled of 60-62 credits that will give students a strong foundation in communication and media as well as a solid core of liberal arts courses. This program will provide students intending to transfer to a bachelor degree program with valuable education, experience, and skills.
This program is a Connecticut State Colleges & Universities Transfer Pathway Degree.
Pathway degrees (aka “Transfer Tickets”) are new degree programs providing a 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 credit 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.
The Flying Horse
The Flying Horse is the official student-run newspaper at MxCC, published regularly during the fall and spring semesters. Students interested in contributing articles should contact newspaper advisor John Shafer.