The Arts and Communications (AC) Advising Center, located in AC 224, assists sophomores through seniors who have declared majors in the departments below. The School of Communications maintains labs that offer state-of-the-art facilities to allow students to practice professional skills they learn in the classroom. With a major in graphic design, journalism, English, or communications those interested in a career in arts and communications can consider becoming a graphic designer, publishing editor or broadcaster.
With a hands-on approach, you gain software skills, along with a basic awareness of the technology and practices used in the applied arts field. A degree in Humanities-Prelaw will give you all the tools and skills that you will need in law school. Award-winning author and A-State alumnus, Dana Chamblee Carpenter talks about why she chose Arkansas State and how she was able to start a career without giving up her dreams.
If you are unsure if a music or visual communications degree is right for you, you may pursue a degree in the College’s liberal arts (humanities) program. A standard pathway through the Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) degree is four units of study per semester for eight semesters.
No other disciplines are better suited to prepare you for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century than Arts and Communication. At Sense Scotland, we are experts in exploring and discovering communication opportunities that are unique to individuals.
Placements can enhance your career prospects and give you the chance to use theory from the classroom in a real-world scenario before you have graduated. Sammy Foster (pictured) gained amazing experience along with credit towards her Bachelor of Communications (Media Studies) while on exchange at the University of California, Los Angeles.