The College of Fine Arts and Communication seeks to be Arkansas’ preeminent provider of undergraduate education in the arts as well as to offer excellent graduate programs in selected disciplines. A bold and innovative approach is needed for an integrated investigation of the world and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities intends to explore arts, design, communication and social sciences from an interdisciplinary perspective to respond creatively and sensitively to societal issues and relevant debates.
Understand how socio-historical changes and technological evolution influences mass communication theories and vice versa. You explore a wide range of applied arts disciplines: photography, graphic design, digital animation, printing, video and audio production.
You will acquire a broad array of skills that are tailored to meet the needs of the media and communications industries, and you are not required to specialise in a particular media area. Mediabistro is a job listings site and career learning destination for those interested in marketing, advertising, journalism, PR, television, and more.
This course is intended to provide hands-on experience in technical writing and editing for students in the Technical Communication track of the Communication Arts major. Communication and Media Arts major requirements and electives (36 credits) — as a Communication and Media Arts major, you will be guided to select courses that explore special areas of interest aligned with your career goals.
The artist use this opportunity to tell us a story of the people in the previous era, to deliver a political message during that time or just to make others think, it grabs the attention of others and makes others to experience what have the arts expresses.