Effective communication skills are critical in today's fast-paced, information-heavy world. The ability to convey information clearly continues to top the list of skills employers are looking for in today's competitive job market. Whether you are trying to communicate your skills to a potential employer in a resume, present an informative oral or written report, or send a clear, effective email, communication is key.
Communications classes can help you meet general education requirements for your associate degree or meet common prerequisites for your chosen bachelor's degree. Check the statewide Common Prerequisites Manual for the classes you will need for your major.
In this global economy, employees must be able to communicate in order to succeed. Our communication classes focus on real world application.
Film classes give you an overview of the history of motion pictures and its influences over time.
Interdisciplinary Studies is a structured and integrated honors curriculum that fulfills 27 hours of the Associate in Arts degree's general education requirements.
Language classes help students learn English, Spanish, French, American Sign Language and prepare to teach English.
Literature classes explore a myriad of life experiences, cultures and beliefs.
Mass Communications classes prepare you to transfer to a university for a bachelor's degree and for careers in journalism, magazine publishing, radio, television, film and advertising.
Reading is fundamental to all levels of education. We offer a range of reading classes - to prepare you for college or for education majors.
Skills in writing benefit students both personally and professionally. SPC offers writing classes in college preparatory, composition (including honors), technical and creative writing.
Communications Department2465 Drew StreetClearwater, FL 33765Phone: 727-791-2609FAX: 727-791-5907
St. Petersburg College P.O. Box 13489St. Petersburg FL 33733-3489727-341-4772
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