These programs are designed to provide a springboard into a rewarding career, whether it involves transfer into a four-year degree program or direct employment within the design community as an architectural technologist paraprofessional.
The ability to communicate effectively is valuable in any career and can set you apart in a crowded field of job applicants. In this program, you will learn communication strategies to utilize in personal, professional and public contexts.
You will learn how to be curious about the world by asking questions, why truth and ethics matter when reporting news stories and PR releases, and the technical skills of writing, video, photography, and audio for use in a variety of media platforms.
Take private instruction in piano, voice, guitar, woodwinds, strings, songwriting and composition; practice in private rooms with pianos in the art building on the Auraria Campus and perform in the King Center recital and concert halls.
Gain direct, hands-on experience with production work and coursework in acting, technical theater, script analysis, playwriting, and stand-up comedy. This is a path to various careers in the performing arts, education, liberal arts, and humanities.