Division of Communication, Language, and Literature

ADMINISTRATORS

LENA HEGI WELCH, Chair, Division of Communication, Language, and Literature

DAVID F. DEESE, Coordinator, Department of Communication Studies

JOOLY PHILIP, Coordinator, Department of English

Division of Communication, Language, and Literature General Information

The Division of Communication, Language, and Literature provides degree programs designed to prepare students for a variety of careers requiring strong written and verbal communication skills, critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, and a creative and analytical understanding of human relationships. These skills and insights are examined and developed in diverse texts and contexts and are expressed through a variety of media outlets.

Division Offerings

The Division of Communication, Language, and Literature offers one course independent of departmental offerings in either Communication Studies or English. Consistent with the Division's emphasis on critical thinking, creativity, and multi-media, ART 2000 Introduction to Drawing is offered as a general elective for college credit.

ART 2000—Introduction to Drawing (3)

This course is designed for beginning-level drawing students. The course emphasizes the study of other artists' drawings and direct observation of subject matter as a means of enhancing visual perception and technical skill.