Arts and communications is generally offered as a bachelor’s degree program. Students take part in the realization of their own digital portfolio, take part in conferences offered by media professionals and participation in events organized by the college: Video days, Web integration, TAV Arts and Letters Communications Fest.
The Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) prepares graduates for a range of careers, in fields such as marketing, advertising, editing, public relations, industrial relations, management, sales, tourism, administration, public service, and community work.
The theoretical research in the fields of Visual Arts and Communication has tremendously evolved in the recent years as both specialized, in-depth research and cross-disciplinary insights which bring contributions from once disjoined, self-contained, (sub)fields of science and humanities.
The College of Fine Arts and Communication at UW-Stevens Point is the only one in Wisconsin accredited by all four professional associations: National Association of Schools of Art and Design, National Association of Schools of Dance, National Association of Schools of Music and National Association of Schools of Theatre.
The SLCC School of Arts, Communication and Media provides the pathways for you to create and express your narrative, whether you’re seeking to jumpstart your career in the creative industries, compliment your academic schedule with engaging courses, or experience personal enrichment.