2020-2021 College Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
    Oct 25, 2020  
2020-2021 College Catalog and Student Handbook

Arts and Communication


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Degree programs in the areas of visual and performing arts are administered by the Division of Arts, Humanities, Math and Social Sciences.

Arts, Humanities, Math and Social Sciences

Chester Campus, Moyar Hall M131
13101 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Chester, Virginia 23831
Ph. 804-706-5086
Fax 804-768-6616

Midlothian Campus, Eliades Hall E308
800 Charter Colony Parkway
Midlothian, Virginia 23114
Ph. 804-594-1509
Fax 804-594-1505

The Performing Arts Programs are associate of art and associate of fine arts degree programs that prepare students for transfer into four-year degree programs in music or theatre. Students are typically prepared to enter at a junior level and specialize in their field in their final two years at a four-year institution. Faculty advisors are extremely important in the process of determining appropriate transfer courses. The following degrees prepare students for these fields: music educator, conductor, composer, performer, actor, director, music director, technical director, stage manager, lighting designer, set designer, sound designer, costume designer, make-up artist, playwright, theatrical marketing/publicity director.

The Visual Arts Programs are applied degree programs that prepare students for a variety of entry-level positions in the field of their specialization. Graduates may enter the field in such positions as exhibitors and marketers of art, graphic designers, digital filmmakers, photographers, and publishers. After further study, graduates may continue their education to acquire the baccalaureate degree and become gallery assistants/directors, coordinators, writers, producers, directors, graphic designers, illustrators, interior designers, fashion designers, consultants, managers, and art educators.

The Mass Communications Program is an associate of science degree program that prepares students for transfer into four-year degree programs in communications with a focus on media, advertising and journalism or public relations.

Majors

    Transfer DegreesCareer and Technical Programs

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