Department of Arts and Humanities - Misc Publications

Arts and Humanities offers courses in visual art, communication, theatre, English, foreign languages, music, and philosophy. Study in these areas leads to the associate degree and is considered preparation for four-year degrees in any major which requires a liberal arts background.


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    Report of the Planning Committee for Cultural, Arts and Lifelong Learning Programs
    (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-12) College of Coastal Georgia. Department of Arts and Humanities.
    Resulting from a partnership between the College and Glynn County Board of Education, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed and ESPLOST funding was endorsed through a successful ballot initiative in November 2009. The ESPLOST ballot initiative calls for the Glynn County School System to construct, on a leased section of the College campus, an arts center for school use that would be operated by the College as an auxiliary service open throughout the year, not just during the regular school term, and, when not in use by the school system or the College, would provide a venue for expanding arts and cultural programming for the entire community – the Coastal Community Center for the Arts.