The study of human communication is increasingly important in our global society. Research shows that many employers consider oral communication skills to be the most important of the several qualifications used to screen and evaluate new employees. Also, once you are employed, being a good communicator can help you advance.


Rosemary Hunter; Division Director

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Ms. Savannah Granberry


Office: 334-556-2314

Ms. Shatangi Lane


Office: 334-983-3521 ext. 4207