Speech & Communication Studies Department
The Speech and Communication Department cordially invites you to Poetry Night at Ohlone College. This annual event is a showcase of Ohlone students who perform either published poetry or their own original work. Members of the Ohlone Speech and Debate team will also be performing their award winning programs. Please join us for a night celebrating the art of poetry.
- Friday, November 15, 2013
- Room 2133, Building 2, first floor, Fremont campus
- Cost: $5 at the door
Get information about the Communication Colloquium Series!
Do your goals include…
- Communicating more effectively in professional and personal life?
- Expressing yourself with confidence?
- Improving your personal relationships?
- Enhancing your listening skills?
If so, you may be interested in earning a degree or certificate in Speech & Communication Studies from Ohlone College. A Speech & Communication Studies degree or certificate highlights competence in communication skills important for prospective employers, four-year colleges and universities, and other organizations.
The Speech and Communication Studies Department at Ohlone College offers a wide range of communication studies courses that meet students' general education requirements, lower division transfer requirements for CSU and UC Communication Studies Departments, requirements for Speech and Communication Studies certificates, and the Associate in Arts in Communication Studies for Transfer.
This department strives to help students gain knowledge of theoretical perspectives of communication and learn to speak, think, and write clearly and concisely, critically, and creatively. Students study the necessary skills to prepare them for transfer in communication studies or related majors.
Finally, the department encourages students to use their communication expertise ethically and in service to the larger community and to enhance their relationships and their own personal growth.
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