Communication, Media and Arts Division

What You’ll Learn

The Communications, Media and the Arts programs may interest students who enjoy expressing their thoughts and opinions, and using their creativity to create content and works of art. The coursework is interdisciplinary, which means students have the freedom to take courses in a variety of disciplines. For example:

  • A student interested in a career in social media would want to major in Communications, but could take courses in graphic design and video editing.

  • A student interested in graphic design would supplement their studies with a variety of courses in the fine arts.

  • A Fine Arts student could enroll in Communication courses to better understand how to utilize social media platforms to promote and grow their own professional brand.

Students can pursue careers in many industries but the most common include journalism and media, visual, studio and performing arts, and audio/visual technology.

Image of Luis Bardales Jr. holding a camera “The faculty were able to give us real industry advice because they were still involved with the local film scene and connected.”
—Luis Bardales Jr. ‘16, TV/Film A.A.


 

 

Photo courtesy of FIG Magazine

Degree programs include:

Image of Tracey Stanton holding a camera “This program has challenged me to step outside my comfort zone and also helped unleash my creative side.”
—Tracey Stanton '22, Visual Media A.A.S.

 

 

 


What You Can Do with Your Degree
Actor/Performing Arts Graphic Designer*
Art Educator Journalist*
Art Therapist* Multimedia Artist/Animator*
Broadcast Operator Museum/Gallery Curator
Communications Specialist* Recording Engineer
Costume and Theatrical Set Design Photographer/Videographer
Film Director/Producer Public Relations
Freelance Commission Based Artist Social Media Specialist*
Gallery Exhibiting Artist Sports Broadcaster/Writer
Game Developer Writer/Editor

* Please note that some careers require additional education, including a bachelor’s or master’s degree. You can get started at LCCC to complete your associate degree, then transfer credits to earn your bachelor’s degree.
 

Image of Rosangelica  Lantigua “I truly believe that the Communication program at LCCC shaped me into the writer I am today.”
—Rosangelica Lantigua, Communications A.A.

 

 

 

Students interested in pursuing further education can start at LCCC and transfer credits to other institutions, many of which hold transfer agreements. For further information, speak with an academic advisor. Check out the numerous transfer opportunities to colleges and universities across Pennsylvania.  


Program Coordinator and Contact

Wendy Barron Professor and Coordinator, Media Communications Arts, Communication and Design Office Phone: (610) 799-1729 
Email: wbarron@lccc.edu
Office Location: TC226, Main Campus