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Communication & Arts Division

Communication & Arts Faculty & Staff

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Communication & Arts Division


Mission Statement

The Communication and Arts Division strives to provide quality education to its students. The division works to help prepare students for success and fulfillment in both college and in their lives beyond college, through the myriad courses the Division offers.

The Communications/Arts Division is home to Associate Degrees in the following areas:


Students majoring in fields such as art, philosophy, speech, English, foreign language, education, journalism, music, photography, or related fields may contact the division chair to discuss options.

The division includes ten full-time faculty and about thirty part-time faculty. Full-time faculty offices are on the second floor of the office building next to the library.

Communication Arts Faculty & Staff
Pictured Left to Right: Ken Cook, Ted Felton, Joseph Lauer, Nannette Crane-Post, Tamara St. Marthe, Roger Fox, Denise Edds, Joan Henry,  Richard Browne, and Anzolette Cheatham

Communications/Arts Division Objectives

Communications/Arts Student Learning Outcomes:

Comp I

The student will:

Comp II

The student will:

Creative Writing

The student will:

Technical Report Writing

The student will:

Art Appreciation

The successful student will be able to:


Art History I

The successful student will be able to:

Art History II

The student will be able to:

Theatre

The successful student will be able to:

Music Appreciation

The successful student will be able to:

Spanish I

Spanish II

This course is a continuation of SPAN I. Students will show an increased proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural understanding.

Spanish III

Spanish IV

This course is a continuation of SPAN III. Students will show an increased proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural understanding.

Speech

This course is designed to develop confidence in the student's ability to communicate effectively. Students will demonstrate the following competencies:

The following programs and degrees are systematically assessed in the Communications/Arts Division: