Join a dynamic and creative community of artists, designers, performers, and communicators in our Arts and Communications area of study.
By earning a degree or certificate in the area of Arts & Communications you'll be on your way to any of the following career opportunities listed below:
- Bridge to Native Pathways
- General Arts & Communications
- Multimedia Communications
- Music Ensemble & Performance
- Studio Art
No high school diploma?
No problem! Our pathways let you earn a diploma and a degree at the same time.
Arts & Communications Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate an ability to analyze how multicultural audiences shape written, visual, oral, aural, and performative communication and its meaning.
- Generate effective written and oral communication for a variety of purposes and diverse audiences.
- Generate effective visual or performative communication.
- Apply basic computational skills to practical applications.
- Recognize functional relationships between and among measurable phenomena
- Apply systematic approaches and logic to solving quantitative problems
- Translate mathematical symbols into words and words into mathematical symbols
- Identify research goals and retrieve information.
- Synthesize, apply, and properly cite information to meet an identified purpose.
- Evaluate the credibility of information and information sources, and distinguish between fact and opinion.
- Interpret and analyze meaning from written, visual, oral, aural, and performative works.
- Analyze and understand diverse individual and community perspectives and values.
- Understand and analyze social justice issues and movements.
- Generate creative works that demonstrate a process of critical reflection, analysis, experimentation, and original thought.
Personal & Interpersonal
- Consider ideas that conflict with individual value systems.
- Function under conditions of ambiguity and uncertainty.
- Work cooperatively and collaboratively with others.