The study of communication is a valuable pursuit regardless of vocational calling. Learn how to thoughtfully express yourself and interact with the media and the public as you develop your professional presence. Our two-year program will guide you to a career, or allow you to transition into a four-year degree program.
Our experienced instructors combine both hands-on and practical teaching in public speaking, mass communications theory, interpersonal communications, media writing, and argumentation and debate to round out your communications skill set.
You will be encouraged to integrate your Christian worldview and your vocational calling as you seek to identify your communications-related strengths. This associate’s degree will serve you well, whether in the ministry or the marketplace.
- Public Relations Specialist
- Public Information Officer
Cameron A. Pace, Ph.D.
Professor of Communication, Department Chairperson
Full Time Faculty
Nancy Pace-Miller, M.A.
Ephraim Media Center Engineer
Chip Stanek, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Communication
Mark B. Kelton, Ed.D.
Melinda Booze, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Communication