The mission of the Humanities and Fine Arts Department is to increase students’ cultural knowledge through the study of art, music, theater, film, foreign languages, philosophical thought, religious beliefs, communication techniques, and other aspects of human culture. This increase in knowledge will result in students having a measurably greater understanding of the cultural world around them.
The Humanities and Fine Arts Department consists of courses and programs in Art, Communication, Drama, Humanities (including Film), Foreign Languages, Music, Philosophy, and Religion. The primary purpose of the department is to prepare students with the knowledge necessary to seamlessly transfer to a four-year college or university.
The Humanities and Fine Arts Department also offers the Associate in Fine Arts degree for those planning to pursue major study in the arts at the four-year level. Associate in Fine Arts-AFA (see pp. 70-78 of catalog)
The new Humanities and Fine Arts Center will be open for classes and performances in the fall of 2015.
Brandon Guthrie, Department Chair, S-202, 910-362-7432, email@example.com
Kelly Nash, Secretary, S-202, 910-362-7442, firstname.lastname@example.org