Associate of Arts Degree 2 years September January May ARTS AND SCIENCE GENERAL

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Associate of Arts Degree: 2 years September January May ARTS AND SCIENCE (GENERAL) (OE) The most comprehensive arts and science program of any college in BC – more than 200 first- and second-year university-transferable courses to choose from. Diploma in Arts and Science: 2 years September January May GENERAL EDUCATION (OE) For students who wish to study a diverse selection of subjects and do not necessarily plan to complete a university degree. Diploma in General Education: 2 years September January May ACCESS LANGARA (LE) For students who want to improve their English language skills while transitioning into university-transfer courses.* Citation in Access Langara: 8-12 months September January May CREATIVE WRITING (OE) Includes courses in writing poetry, stage plays, screenplays, short stories, and non- fiction prose. In a reading- and writing-rich environment, students are challenged to express themselves through various voices. Associate of Arts Degree in Creative Writing: 2 years September January May DESIGN FORMATION (LE) Merges the disciplines of spatial formation design and communication design while bridging architectural, industrial, interior, and graphic design. Students develop foundations in three areas: design knowledge, design skills, and design practice.* Diploma in Design Formation: 2 years September ENGLISH (OE) Learn to effectively communicate your ideas through the written word, and critically analyze any text, from poems to video games. The English Department offers a wide variety of courses, including historical literature and theatre surveys, creative writing, communications, and film studies, as well as more contemporary topics like zombies and robots. Associate of Arts Degree in English: 2 years September January May FILM ARTS (LE) Advanced, professional, drama-based program for those looking to practice their craft and work in the film industry. Choose from three streams of study: acting, writing, or directing. Produce a festival-quality film and gain on-screen credits. Most students have previous post-secondary education and/or experience in film.* Certificate in Film Arts (Acting): 8 months Certificate in Film Arts (Directing): 8 months Certificate in Film Arts (Writing): 8 months January FINE ARTS (LE) Intense program of study in visual arts and design, teaching a wide set of studio skills with opportunities to specialize in one or more studio disciplines. Includes 35 - 40 hours/week of studio practice plus course work in art history and English. Most courses are transferable to other post-secondary fine arts programs in Canada.* Diploma in Fine Arts: 2 years September January May JOURNALISM (LE) Prepares students for careers in print (community papers, dailies, and magazines), broadcast journalism, and public relations. Students get hands-on experience in researching, conducting interviews, writing stories, and shooting photos for the program’s weekly newspaper, The Voice .* Diploma in Journalism: 2 years September An intensive, accelerated-one-year journalism program is offered for those with an extensive post-secondary background.*
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