The innovative and dedicated faculty members in the English and Communications Department at Front Range Community College teach writing, reading, critical thinking, and thoughtful analysis to equip students for the communication tasks in all areas of their lives.
Good communication skills are essential to students, whether they intend to transfer to a four-year college or university or move into the workplace. Our wide variety of composition and literature courses allow students to learn more about the world and themselves through reading and writing.
Public speaking and other communication classes teach students to express themselves in the academic, professional, and personal arenas. In addition, we offer unique classes such as Creative Writing, Introduction to Shakespeare, Literature and Film, Children’s Literature, and survey courses in British Literature, American Literature, and World Masterpieces of Literature.
For specific questions about our classes or the English and Communication Department, please contact one of our faculty members.
Fields of Study within our Department
Degrees and Certificates
The Associate of Arts is ideal for students who plan to major in English, Literature, Communication, Journalism, or Creative Writing at a four-year institution. See A.A. degree requirements.
Department Resources and Activities
The Communication Club’s mission is to bring students together in a non-stressful environment to practice and enjoy the art of conversation. The club hosts activities that boost participants’ awareness of their own communication skills and encourages students to get to know each other better through conversation and educational communication games. Impromptu speaking is encouraged and kindness is the rule.
The Communication Club meets every Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. in L200.