Brian Robinson, Department Chair
Simon Hall 114A
Bobbie Underwood, Secretary III
Humanities and Languages
Simon Hall 114A
If you have a love for human and cultural expression and are interested in pursuing a career in communications.
- Art (Tennessee Transfer Pathway)
- Mass Communications (Tennessee Transfer Pathway)
- Music (Tennessee Transfer Pathway)
- Speech and Theatre (University Parallel Program)
The Humanities Department at Motlow College offers degree programs in art, music, mass communications, speech and theater. The Department not only offers many new students with their first exposure to college-level humanities, but through student involvement, it also provides students, faculty and the community with diverse cultural offerings like special musical and theatrical performances and art shows and concerts.
Motlow offers a variety of classes in art, music, communications, theatre and speech. Students learn from the expertise and knowledge of highly qualified and dedicated faculty that strive to provide an exciting learning environment with small stimulating classes and hands-on experiences. It is the goal of faculty to promote the arts and enrich each student with a variety of cultural experiences that prepare them for successful transfer to a four year institution.
Career Opportunities and Earnings Possibilities
The Occupational Outlook Handbook projects an increase in a number of humanities related careers, such as technical writing, public relations, digital and social media and advertising. Many of these careers are projected to grow at above average rates for the next 5 to 10 years with median salaries of $30,000 - $50,000 annually. Let Motlow College help you jump start your career or continued education in any one of the Humanities.
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