Bachelor of Arts


Communication skills are essential in every professional career. Part of what makes communication a popular college major is career flexibility.


Thousand Oaks


Evening courses
Once per week


39 credits

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Why Study Communication?

Today’s careers require the ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing and to understand how communication works within a variety of contexts. Our diverse, rapidly-changing society rewards those who can communicate effectively and who possess the literacy skills necessary to understand messages and media institutions.

The ability to communicate clearly and concisely is one of the most highly sought skills by employers. The 2020 National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) survey found that the knowledge and skills taught in Communication courses are essential to being hired.


What Our Students Say

Life doesn’t have to get in the way of you achieving your goals. The Bachelor’s Degree for Professionals program made me realize it’s never too late and it can be done. As a first-generation student, it was important for me to set an example for my son and the rest of my family, because I believe that higher education is important and shows commitment.

Quina Green