A complete English as a Second Language (ESL) pathway is available for students who are English learners. ESL courses offered at intermediate through advanced levels help students improve academic and professional English skills. ESL courses are credit-bearing and are covered by financial aid and/or ESL scholarships for eligible students.
This program is designed for students interested in the music and sound production industries. Program course work explores career opportunities in these industries. Industry positions include, but are not limited to, music producer, sound designer, sound editor, disc jockey, recording and live sound engineers. Students gain practical experience by utilizing industry-standard software, hardware, and common production techniques.
This program is designed for students planning to enter the following industries upon graduation with an associate’s degree: digital content production, visual journalism, and commercial photography. Students utilize industry-standard software, hardware and production techniques as they build professional-quality portfolios of their work and engage in projects with their community.
This program is designed for students interested in the television, film, and a variety of video production industries. Program course work explores career opportunities in these visual communications industries through practical experience in state-of-the-art professional facilities and the teaching of fundamental concepts and theories behind the practice.
Students in this program will combine classroom study with studio experience. While some students may pursue the program of study for personal enrichment rather than transfer, the degree is designed for students preparing to enter a program leading to a baccalaureate degree at a four-year college or university.
The General Studies degree prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university. Students study a balanced program of humanities, mathematics, science, and social science courses as a foundation for further learning.
The program prepares students with a foundation in fine arts, as well as thorough instruction of the tools and techniques needed for digital art and website creation. The program is designed for students preparing to enter a Bachelor's program in graphic design.
This program is designed to prepare students in various Communication fields for careers in: organizational and public communication, such as advertising, public relations, social media management, event planning, public affairs, corporate communication, politics/government, international relations, and pre-law; speech communication and communication studies, such as counseling, communication education, human resources, theatre, on-air broadcaster performance; and in professional writing such as journalism and media writing.
Students are given a foundation in traditional art, as well as focused education in the digital arts, utilizing industry-standard software, hardware and production techniques to gain practical experience producing digital artwork, whether static or in motion.