Arts, Culture & Communication Pathway
What is the Arts, Culture & Communication pathway?
Are you passionate about creativity, expression, and the power of communication? A career in arts, culture, and communication allows you to transform your passion into a fulfilling profession, and this pathway will help you get there. With the word “art” right in the title, it makes sense that art, both visual and performance, fits into this pathway. Likewise with communication. But what else fits into this category? Some other subject areas that are connected to this pathway are art history, languages, literature, philosophy, theater, music, writing, journalism, media creation and reporting, film studies, women’s and gender studies, and entertainment.
CGCC Programs in the Pathway
Embark on a comprehensive academic journey with our Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. This program provides a solid foundation in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, allowing you to explore various disciplines and prepare for a seamless transfer to a four-year institution to continue your studies.
This statewide transfer agreement identifies the community college courses needed to transfer to any Oregon public university as a junior seeking a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. Immerse yourself in the world of literature, developing a deeper understanding of how culture, world events, religion, and philosophical values are expressed through the written word. Our Associate of Arts Transfer program with a focus on English Literature nurtures your abilities in critical analysis and communication, preparing you for advanced studies or a career in a wide variety of disciplines.
Take advantage of our exclusive articulation agreement with the prestigious Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA). This partnership provides a seamless pathway for students interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree in fine arts, digital arts, illustration, design, or other creative disciplines. Expand your artistic horizons and gain access to PNCA's renowned faculty and resources.
Are you passionate about creativity, expression, and the power of communication? A career in arts, culture, and communication allows you to transform your passion into a fulfilling profession. Explore a wide range of exciting career paths in this dynamic field!
- Graphic Designer
- Content writer
- Arts Administrator
- Event Planner
- Public Relations Specialist
- Museum Curator
- Media Producer
- Arts Educator
These are just a few examples of the exciting career paths available in arts, culture, and communication. With your passion, talent, and the right skills, you can make a profound impact on society, connect people through creativity, and contribute to the cultural fabric of our communities.