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Arts, Humanities, and Communication Pathway

Cerritos College PROGRAMS OF STUDY


Division Deans

  • Fine Arts & Communications division – Gary Pritchard
  • Liberal Arts division – Frank Mixson
  • Kinesiology division – Rory Natividad
  • Humanities & Social Sciences division – Rachel Mason


  • Chelena Fisher (Academic)
  • Traci Ukita (Career)
  • Marvelina Graf (Transfer)

Success Coach

  • Monique Rodriguez

Resource Specialist

  • Auri Rocha

Interested in learning more about the Arts, Humanities, and Communication LCP?

What are some INTERESTS people in this pathway have?

  • Generating ideas
  • Expressing individuality
  • Creating or enjoying visual art, performing arts, and/or communicating through speech or writing
  • Applying imagination
  • Creative self-expression
  • Unstructured, flexible environments
  • Visiting museums, galleries; attending concerts, cultural events

What are some SKILLS I can develop in this pathway?

  • Creative thinking
  • Oral and written communication
  • Active Listening
  • Social Perceptiveness
  • Making symbolic connections
  • Relating well to others
  • Adapting to change
  • Problem-solving

What are some OCCUPATIONS related to this pathway?

Most majors can prepare students for a wide variety of occupations. The following list reflects a range of options, some of which require advanced degrees. Please note that this is not exhaustive list.

  • Actor
  • Animator
  • Art Director
  • Audio-Visual Tech
  • Broadcast Newscaster Camera Operator
  • Choreographer
  • Cinematographer
  • Copy Writers
  • Curator
  • Editor
  • Exhibit Designer
  • Film Critic
  • Graphic Designer
  • Interior Designer
  • Interpreter/Translator
  • Journalist
  • Librarian
  • Linguist
  • Makeup Artist
  • Music Director
  • Musician
  • Screenwriter
  • Speech Therapist
  • Teacher

Additional Occupation RESOURCES

  • O*NET OnLine – national database which provides information on approximately 1000 occupations, including descriptors related to the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for specific occupations

  • Occupational Outlook Handbook – tool maintained by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics to provide information such as educational requirements, on-the-job training, work environment, pay, and job outlook for a wide range of occupations

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