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Communication, Arts & Humanities
Nine scholarships totaling more than $8,000 are available to students pursuing Communications, Arts and Humanities majors. Applications open in mid-February and close in mid-April.
Welcome to the Division of Communication, Arts and Humanities! Our programs are the doorway to success in your college journey and in your career. If you are planning to transfer to a four-year institution, you can pursue Associate Degrees in Communication Arts, Creative Writing, English, Graphic Design, Liberal Arts, Photography, and Studio Arts. We also have career programs in General Studies and Theatre Arts (Certificate of Competency). Our students encounter a wide breadth of experiences in the course offerings provided by our dedicated faculty. No matter where your journey may lead you, CAH is a great place to begin!
Students can choose from a Journalism, Communications Studies or Theatre option while pursuing an associate degree in Communication Arts that enables them to transfer to a four-year institution. Learn More »
The A.F.A. in Creative Writing has been designed for students who wish to hone their skills in the field of creative writing. Learn More »
TheatreLove theatre? We offer an associate degree option for transfer to a four-year school and a certificate in Theatre Arts.
EnglishThe A.A. in English has been designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution and earn a bachelor's degree in English. Learn More »
World LanguagesThe College offers world language courses in Arabic, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
Art + Design ProgramsWant to study art? Choose from NASAD-accredited associate degrees in Graphic Design, Photography and Studio Arts that enable you to transfer to a four-year institution to complete a Bachelor's degree. Learn More »
General StudiesThe General Studies program is designed for those students who wish to broaden their cultural backgrounds, improve their effectiveness as citizens and parents, and increase their knowledge and understanding of the world in which they live. Learn More »
Liberal ArtsThe Liberal Arts curriculum provides the core liberal arts component of most bachelor's degree programs and prepares students for transfer to four-year colleges or universities. Learn More »
MusicThe College offers a variety of music courses, ranging from Fundamentals of Music and Introduction to World Music to Piano and Guitar. Learn More »