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For students who want to study communications, degree options at University of Phoenix include an Associate of Arts with a concentration in Communications and a Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Communications. The associate's-level communications degree is offered through University of Phoenix. The bachelor's degree is offered through the University of Phoenix School of Business.
The Associate of Arts in Communications degree concentration provides a foundation and overview within the academic disciplines of communication arts, social sciences, mathematics, life sciences and the humanities.
The Associate of Arts with a concentration in Communications degree focuses on the growth and convergence of telecommunications technologies, the role of media in a democratic society, and standards of social responsibility within the culture of journalism. The courses in this communications degree will help you develop communication processes and information strategies for problem solving.
The Bachelor of Science in Business/Communications degree concentration is designed to help you gain the knowledge, skills and values to effectively apply various business principles and tools in an organization.
The communications degree concentration is designed to develop the knowledge and skills for effective communication within the business environment. The communications degree concentration focuses on the development of professional competencies and values in various aspects of communication including public relations, communications theory, communications law and ethics, mass communications, media and advertising, and electronic publishing.
You can complete a communications degree online or at one of the nearly 100 University of Phoenix locations. However you choose to complete your associate's or bachelor's degree with a communications concentration at University of Phoenix, you'll learn from experienced faculty who hold advanced degrees and learn around the schedule that works best for you.
While widely available, not all programs are available to residents of all states. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor to confirm program availability in your local area.