Lansing Community College

Communication, Media and the Arts Department offers a variety of widely transferable, skills-oriented communication courses to meet your professional, educational and personal needs. These courses combine instructor presentations with student participation. You will practice your communication skills without fear of embarrassment.

Classes in communication involve speaking, thinking, organization skills, group dynamics, creativity, writing and interacting.

View all LCC Communication degrees

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A degree in Communication can lead to a career in:

  • Advertising
  • Communication
  • Marketing
  • Public Relations

However, the value of communication cannot be overestimated in its importance in any successful career. Few professions exist in which effective speaking and listening are not highly prized. Power belongs to those who know how to communicate, and poor communication skills are a serious handicap to anyone. Those who communicate the best, no matter what their profession, succeed the most.

Would you like to be able to:

  • Relate effectively to others?
  • Speak well and listen efficiently in one-to-one, small group and public communication situations?
  • Understand, predict and influence your own communication behaviors and those of others?
  • Recognize and eliminate barriers to effective communication and gain a competitive edge in your chosen career or academic major?

If so, you can develop these and other speaking and listening skills by enrolling in a communication course at LCC.

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Communication Program

Arts and Sciences Division

Gannon Building Room 1222
Phone: 517-483-1546


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