Division of Communications and Humanities
Communications is the exchange of thoughts and ideas through reading, writing, speaking and listening. In communications, we offer general education composition courses and elective courses in journalism, speech, foreign languages and creative writing.
Humanities is the study of the artistic and intellectual expressions of various cultures. It includes music history, art history, drama, literature, religion, and philosophy. Courses can be used to fulfill general education requirements for the Associate of Arts degree. Some courses fulfill requirements for Associate of Science degrees.
Included in the Division are the Humanities Study Abroad Program, the New York Museum trip, and the Spain Study Abroad trip.
Also housed in the division are the state and national champion Forensics Speech and Debate Team and an outstanding Theater program that produces three major productions annually. The Division supports the Ralph Hurst Gallery, and the TCC Fine Art Gallery, which annually features nine different shows, including local artists, faculty and student exhibits.