Study, Explore, Manage Throughout history, developments in communication have fundamentally altered society. As a communication student at Eastern Arizona College (EAC), you will study everything from foundational theories to the latest technological advances. You will explore communication skills that are critical for success in personal interactions and workplace relationships, learning to produce communicative texts and adapt to changing situations and audiences. Your studies will increase your ability to manage communication programs for various industries, such as law, politics, public affairs, healthcare, advertising, journalism, public relations and many others. EAC's Communication Studies degree program will give you the skills that employers need. In a recent National Association of Colleges and Employers Job Outlook Survey, employers identified the ability to verbally communicate with others and to create and edit written documents among the top ten skills they seek when hiring new graduates. Students majoring in Communication Studies bring these skills to the workplace, demonstrating strong verbal, nonverbal and written communication skills and an ability to deliver key messages that resonate with audiences.