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“All of my professors want us to take away relevant information that applies to the workplace, and they really deliver. At my job, I've noticed how I'll be working on an issue and realize I just studied that topic in class. It's great to see how the theory from our textbooks applies to real-world situations.”
Shannon Boggs '11
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Learn effective communication skills that can help you manage, lead and motivate in business settings, personal interactions and professional positions. Start or complete your bachelor's degree in communication through the continuing education division at Curry College.
Advance Your Career
Gain the knowledge and skills you need to advance in your current career, chart a new direction for yourself or pursue your particular interest in areas such as media relations, speech writing or corporate communication. In classes with busy, working adults just like yourself, you'll explore the significant persuasive impact and complex role of contemporary and social media in your daily life as you acquire the academic foundation for future graduate work.
Set Your Own Pace
The time required to complete your degree depends on the number of courses you take each term, which you can determine according to your personal and professional responsibilities. With new courses beginning at Curry every eight weeks, your progress can be as fast or as flexible as you choose.
Take the Fast Track
Curry helps you fast-track your degree completion by offering:
- Transfer credit for courses completed at other colleges - with no time limit on transfer credits, including science courses. At least 30 credits must be completed at Curry College to earn a degree.
- College credit for equivalent education and relevant work experience.
- College credit for a passing score on CLEP, DANTES or Regents examinations.
Talk With a Curry College Advisor
You'll want to talk with one of our experienced advisors for information about courses, schedules, transfer credits, admission requirements, financial assistance and help with developing an educational plan that meets your needs. Contact the Curry continuing education office nearest you to make an appointment or request more information.
Apply to the continuing education bachelor's degree program in communication whenever you're ready. Curry has no application fee. You can enroll in most continuing education courses while you're compiling the application materials, including:
- A copy of your high school diploma, transcript or GED certificate
- Transcripts from any other colleges you attended so we can determine how many credits will transfer to your Curry degree program
We promptly review your materials and mail an acceptance letter to you. If you apply for financial aid, Curry's Student Financial Services Office will notify you after you are accepted about eligibility for a financial aid award.