Communication and technology skills
Communication and technology course is one of the most fundamental courses in college. It offers both personal and academic skills necessary for a student’s career. The skills taught in this course are meant to make a student more interactive, develop interpersonal skills and learn writing skills, computer skills, easier use of library, computer skills, time management, and social networking skills. They make a student more confidence and efficient both in academic and personal life. Communication and technological skills is a fundamental course in academic and personal life. Communication, writing and referencing, and computer skills are some of the fundamental skills that will be very necessary in criminal justice course and in criminal justice career.
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