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     Certificates of Achievement


Consider the Benefits of Earning a Communications Studies Certificate of Achievement

  • Assures you more confidence
  • Helps you develop and maintain strong personal relationships
  • Helps you to get the most out of your education
  • Looks great on a resume - employers tell us listening is the #1 job skill
  • Counts as added skills, giving you the edge in being hired and promoted
  • Enables you to get along better with co-workers, bosses, and customers

How to Earn a Certificate

There are four different certificates:

  • Communication Studies Certificate of Achievement (12 credits)
  • Advanced Communication Studies Certificate of Achievement (21 credits)
  • Intercultural Communication Certificate of Achievement (18 credits with specific requirements)
  • Business Communication Certificate of Achievement (18 credits with specific requirements)

After you have earned the number of credits needed with a 2.0 or better, or, in the case of the Intercultural or Business Communication Certificates, after you have completed the specific course requirements, then:

  1. Print the Application for Communication Studies Certificate (PDF).
  2. Fill it out and attach an unofficial transcript with your Communication Studies courses/grades highlighted. If applying for the Intercultural Certificate, also attach a summary (2-3 paragraphs) of your practical work experience. We keep your application and transcript on record.
  3. Return your application and unofficial transcript to:
    Meg Kreiner, Communication Studies Instructor
    Office: Building 1, Room 211B
    Phone: 533-7388
    Email: MKreiner@scc.spokane.edu

Your form will then be processed, and your certificate will be mailed to you.


You can use your credits to earn several certificates!


For more information....

For more information:

Rob Vogel
RVogel@scc.spokane.edu
(509) 533-7348 or 1-800-248-5644 ext. 7348
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