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Speech Communication Arts

It’s all in the Delivery

Making words heard!

Whether it’s holding a news conference, taking the mic at a radio station or addressing a shareholders’ meeting, your success depends on your delivery.

In our program, you’ll learn how to speak to an audience of any size with confidence and flair.

Our courses cover the entire field of spoken communications, from interpersonal to mass media to organizational.

And you can choose to specialize in either mass media/public relations or intercultural/interpersonal communication.

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Speech Communication Arts

Connect with your audience

Our faculty hold master’s and doctorate degrees and are superb communicators.

They’ll teach you how to control your body language, relate to different audiences, and maintain cultural sensitivity as you become a better speaker and listener.

Courses include:

  • Interpersonal Communications
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Mass Media Communication in a Global Culture
  • Public Relations Communications
  • Argumentation Debate
  • Radio Broadcasting
  • Broadcast Television
  • And many more!

For a complete list of courses and their descriptions, visit the College Catalog.

Can’t wait to communicate?

An associate dean at 586.286.2282, AandS.center@macomb.edu or 586.445.7354, AandS.south@macomb.edu is happy to talk with you about our program.

Communication-related careers

While the associate degree you’ll earn in our program will qualify you for some entry-level positions, a minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required in most communication-related careers.

Credits earned in our program will transfer to four-year colleges and universities, so you’ll have no issues continuing your education.

Use this handy tool to see what positions are available locally and what you can expect to earn.

After you graduate, our Career Services team is here to help you with the job search and interview preparation, including preparing your resume.