In a city where it takes a student six years to earn a degree, it can take a year to complete the degree in one of the three areas that Cox Communications offers: communications, business and information.
This year, the university will be expanding its degree program, as the university’s business school is to offer a bachelor’s degree in communication to the public, as well as an associate’s degree and a master’s degree.
In an interview with The Irish Times, Cox Communications’ Director of Communications and Information Technology, Dr. Philip Kelly, said that while the company is a public university, it will offer a communications degree to its students for the first time.
“Cox has a very strong focus on research and education, and that’s something we wanted to do as part of our communications program,” Dr Kelly said.
“The university wants to make sure that we are offering a degree to a broad audience, so that students can get their degree.”
“It’s a bit like the business school,” he added.
“We want to be able to get a good range of students through that degree program.
We’re working hard to ensure that the degree program has a broad scope, so students can find the right course and the right career.”
Cox Communications was founded in 1872, in an area of the world known for its coal mining, and is the only company that operates on an open pit mine in the world.
Today, Cox has more than 2,000 employees worldwide, with a strong focus in its services, such as digital media and internet communications, and video production.
Cox is a pioneer in the internet of things and is also one of three companies that make smart appliances, like smart thermostats and smart lighting systems.
“It was a very different time in terms of the technology, but in terms a focus on communication and education,” Dr. Kelly said of Cox’s digital media degree.
“We were really excited to take this on because we felt like it would be a great fit with our other communications programs.”
Our communications program has been a really exciting opportunity to be a part of.
“The Cox Communications Bachelor of Communication degree in Communications, Business and Information (360 Communications) is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Information Systems, with an Associate of Arts and a Certificate in Information Technology.
The degree will be offered online in December.