Certificate of Achievement
Completion of the Business Communication Skills low-unit certificate prepares students to use effective workplace communications, written and oral. Effective documents, reports, and other written communications, internal and external, print and electronic, are emphasized. Students learn to communicate clearly, use effective interpersonal skills, and apply listening skills, all for the business environment. While a vast array of occupations require communications skills, occupations specific to communications include, but are not limited to, Media and Communication workers, Public Relations Assistants, Sales and Marketing Assistants, Office Assistants, Event Planners, Dispatchers, Fundraising Specialists, and Supervisors. Provides a foundation for the larger (23-26 units) Business Communications Certificate.
Careers associated with this program have a salary range from $39,000 to over $208,000 with an average salary of $111,000.