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Speech Communication A.S.

Dr. Cindy Greenberg
(Tel) 718-368-5299

The Speech Communication major has a website filled with information through the Blackboard program.

All majors should visit the "Speech Communication" Blackboard site which is listed under "My Organizations" in Blackboard. You can log on at or use the link provided here.

If you don't know how to log on to your Blackboard site, click on the "Blackboard" link on the Kingsborough home page and get instructions and help.

Be sure to visit Speech Communication on Blackboard often as it is the number one way for you to get current information about issues such as registration, transfer, graduation regulations etc.

Program Highlights and Transfer Options:

The Speech Communication Program at Kingsborough Community College is an Associate's degree in Applied Science. This major is jointly registered by the State Education Department for both Kingsborough Community College and Brooklyn College. It is designed to provide KCC students with the opportunity to complete the first two years of course requirements for the Brooklyn College B.A. program in SPEECH COMMUNICATION.  This guarantees graduates of the A.S. program in SPEECH COMMUNICATION at Kingsborough junior status in the Brooklyn program with complete transferability of all credits: students in the Speech Pathology concentration must have a GPA of 3.0 for admittance into the Brooklyn College program.  However, students are not required to transfer to Brooklyn College.

NOTE: This major is a DAY ONLY major; 
we do not offer the major at night.

The SPEECH COMMUNICATION major has two concentrations:

Communication Studies Concentration

The Communication Studies concentration is a new alternative to the Liberal Arts major especially for those students who are undecided about a future career and plan on choosing a major once they transfer to a four year college. The Communication Studies concentration at KCC requires liberal arts courses and provides a strong foundation in communication skills for further study at a four year college in areas such as

  • pre-law
  • communication studies
  • public relations

In addition, for those students who may not wish to continue studying at a four year college, an A.S. degree in  Communication Studies provides language and communication skills that are vital for many jobs in our world today such as corporate communication, management and as well as public service careers such as police work.

Speech Pathology/Language/Audiology/Speech Hearing Sciences Concentration

Students who major in the Speech Pathology concentration will be preparing for a profession of specialists who diagnose and treat persons who have speech, language and/or hearing disabilities. These specialists may be employed by:

  • the NYC Department of Education
  • hospitals and nursing homes
  • private practice services

This field has a very strong job market. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association accepts this program (the completed B.A. from Brooklyn College) as fulfilling the requirement for undergraduate training.  This profession traditionally requires both a B.A. and Masters Degree. Brooklyn College requires students to maintain a 3.0 GPA for this concentration.

Brooklyn College
B.A. Degree Program in
Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, Speech and Hearing Sciences
Dual/Joint Program with Kingsborough Community College , CUNY
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Brooklyn College
B.A. Degree Program in
Communication Studies
Joint/Dual Program with Kingsborough Community College , CUNY
Click Here for Transfer Information 

Other 4 Year College Transfer Options
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