Students entering the CED degree system with a communication plan will be able to apply for a communication degree at a different level of education.
This article will describe how non-communicable business communication degrees differ from CED degrees.
Students entering CED can take either a communication or non-communication course, depending on the type of course they want to enrol in.
The coursework required to apply to the CELTA for non-Communicable Business Communication degrees is not the same as the coursework to apply at the higher level of higher education.
The degree will not include the same requirements to register, or any requirements to get a Certificate of Achievement (COA).
A non- communication course must be a one-semester course or it must be one of the following: Communication Management (CEM) or Communications Technology (CTT)