Communication and Creative Arts Program
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Come find and develop your voice. Explore. Wrestle with ideas. Be inspired. Consider new perspectives. Make play part of your experience—whether learning to play an instrument, act in a play or play with ideas. Explore art, music, theater, humanities, English, Spanish, communication and media in the Communication and Creative Arts Pathway.

Employers are looking for dynamic, empathetic people who can innovate, collaborate and communicate effectively. A contextual knowledge of culture and ethics helps empower you to solve problems. This Pathway Program will help you develop the skills to be a good employee, community member and person, developing the intrinsic desire to learn.

Embrace a mindset for asking questions and for looking deeper. Don’t be confined. Converge what you love with what you do every day. What you’ll learn here will apply to anything you want to accomplish.

The Pathway Program is a great option for students who want a broad understanding of this area, those who intend to continue their education at a four-year institution, as well as those who are unsure which Communication and Creative Arts program is best for them. Students can easily transfer into a specific Communication and Creative Arts program after starting here.

What will I learn?

Students will analyze written, oral, visual, musical or performance-based works and techniques. They will create and analyze original works. They will examine culture and the impacts of it on their field of interest. Students will also practice critiquing works and receiving feedback.

Associate of Arts

The Communication & Creative Arts Program is designed for students who wish to explore a wide range of options in the fine arts, humanities and communication in anticipation of selecting a degree in one of these specific fields. This degree offers the necessary coursework to transfer to a four-year university, allowing students to pursue a bachelors degree or further education in related fields.

Students in this program should work closely with their advisor on which courses to take.

Available at the Cheyenne main campus.

What can I do with this degree?

Some graduates may go directly into working while others use this program as a foundation to complete their bachelor's degree at a 4-year institution. 

Visit Career Coach for additional information about Curators.

Visit Career Coach for additional information about Musicians and Singers.

Visit Career Coach for additional information about Actors.

Visit Career Coach for additional information about Producers and Directors.

Visit LCCC's Career Services to explore resources for selecting a program pathway and career/job data.

Cost of Attendance

For general college expense, students view LCCC’s tuition and fees Web page. Students in this program may incur additional expenses of about $120 in art course fees.