Start Your 4-Year Degree at South Central College
Communications is a dynamic, changing career area and one where you need to be both well-versed in the theory of communication arts and possess a well-developed ability to adapt your communication style to different audiences. Whether you have aspirations to work in traditional areas of communication or lean more towards digital and media based communication, a Minnesota State Communication Studies Transfer Pathway associate of arts (AA) degree from South Central College is a great way to start your journey. The Communication Studies Transfer Pathway AA degree allows you to take the first two years of a communication bachelor's dgree at South Central Collge and seamlessly tranfer your credits to a designated Minnesota State system university program to complete the degree (see transfer tab below).
At South Central College, you can work toward your degree while benefiting from the many advantages that a community college has to offer, including smaller class sizes, Individualized attention from expert instructors and lower tuition.
Location: Faribault and North Mankato Campuses
Admission Dates: Fall and Spring Semesters