Northland Community and Technical College offers an Associate in Arts in Communications & Humanities degree for students interested in pursuing baccalaureate degrees in communications, journalism, or the humanities. With this communication and humanities degree, students are also prepared to pursue careers in business or law. This is a flexible program that allows students to complete the first two years of their four-year degree. The curriculum explains how communication processes create, maintain, and transform identities and relationships between different groups of people. You will increase your understanding of humanities and how they influence communications mediums while also completing electives from this or another field that matches your interests.
- High school transcripts/GED
- College transcripts, if applicable
- Accuplacer test scores
- ACT, MCA, and SAT scores may be used instead of Accuplacer test scores
School Accreditation Statement
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission