Arts & Humanities Pathway
The Arts & Humanities pathway are studies focused on what it means to be human and the unique ways that humans explore and interact with the world. There are many disciplines in this pathway; some examples are Art, History, and Humanities. Work with your advisor to get started on your path to success!
American Sign Language
The Associate Arts in American Sign Language and Interpreting Studies degree is designed to provide the foundation for students interested in pursuing a career in American Sign Language Interpreting or within the Deaf community.
Interpreters and Translators: AZ $40,280 | US $49,930
The Associate of Fine Arts degree is designed for transfer to the Fine Arts bachelor's degree at all Arizona public universities. The program gives students a strong foundation in visual composition and art history and prepares them to continue their fine arts education in drawing, painting, photography, ceramics, or sculpture.
Curators: AZ $56,050 | US $53,780
Fine Artists: AZ $49,170 | US $49,380
Industrial Designers: AZ $74,430 | US $66,590
Potters: AZ $28,730 | US $33,340
Intended for students who plan to transfer to a baccalaureate program. These degrees provide a foundation of general education, along with courses chosen to help fulfill lower-division baccalaureate requirements. Students should work with a transfer advisor to ensure all course requirements are met before transferring.
Pathway Course Sequences
- Exploratory Arts & Humanities
- Creative Writing
- Languages (Spanish, Navajo)
- Visual & Performing Arts
AA degrees and certificates emphasize in humanities/social sciences, including a foreign language.
AS degrees and certificates emphasize in math/science.
AAS degrees and certificates are intended prepare students for employment
Arizona median salaries are obtained from the Arizona Career Information System (AZCIS). Navigate to the career choice by OCCUPATIONS (Hover)/Career Clusters/Titles Index/Desired Career.
National median salaries are obtained from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).
Arts & Humanities Faculty
American Sign Language
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