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Why Arts, Humanities & Communication?

If you seek to create, invent, imagine, perform, design, speak with passion and enjoy writing, the School of Arts, Humanities & Communication may be for you. These disciplines impact every aspect of our society and help us better understand the world in which we live. Wonderful and exciting careers can be had with a degree from the School of Arts, Humanities & Communication.

The Visual Arts program at Columbia Basin College offers a foundation for those seeking a career as a professional studio artist, designer, K-12 teacher or art historian. Courses are also available for those seeking to fulfill humanities electives. 

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The Communication Studies program at CBC provides a foundation for those seeking a career as a Communication Consultant, Public Relations Representative, Marketing Coordinator, Content Creator, Non-Profit Director or K-12 Teacher. Courses are also available for those seeking to fulfill humanities electives.

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The English Department provides students with the tools to help prepare to be “major” ready through effective use of written & verbal communication, and to gain the necessary skills to be successful in their college career and beyond. 

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The music program at Columbia Basin College offers a foundation for those seeking a career as a professional musician, composer or K-12 teacher. Courses are also available for those seeking to fulfill humanities electives. 

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The Theatre Arts Department at Columbia Basin College has courses that are designed to meet the requirements for the first two years of a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre, train students in the industry standards, and provide opportunities for students to design and perform in department productions.

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At Columbia Basin College, the study of World Languages can serve as the foundation for many careers including work in government relations, education, research of the non-profit sector. Whether you are a complete beginner, have some experience or are already fluent, we have a class for you!

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Activities and Events for Student Involvement

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Majors in School

11.5K

Students Served in 2019-20

36.5K

Attendees at Arts & Humanities Events Annually

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  • Email:sahc@columbiabasin.edu

  • Phone:509-542-5531

  • Address:2600 N. 20th Ave., Pasco, WA 99301P Building, Room P100

  • Office Hours:Monday to Thursday: 7:30 am to 5 pmFriday: 7:30 am to 12:30 pm

Students walking around CBC's Pasco campus