The Music Department offers a two-year program of music education for students planning to major in music at a four-year institution, as well as the student who is interested in improving their individual musical knowledge and abilities.
Departmental offerings include music theory, conducting, MIDI technology (computer/synthesizer), songwriting, music history and music appreciation. The Department also offers opportunities to develop individual music skills in a variety of instruments, piano and voice, as well as performing experience in auditioned and non-auditioned ensembles. The Music Department faculty supports high standards in music education; they encourage and mentor individual students to attain their highest potential.
Communication is a discipline that teaches vital skills for success in today's society. Good communication skills are highly prized in business, technical, and professional careers, in the community, and in personal relations.
Earning an Associate Degree through the Communication Department of Salt Lake Community College is efficient and provides a smooth transfer into university studies. Classes are taught at many SLCC campuses and online.
Full-time Communication faculty and the Communication advisor are friendly and willing to answer any questions as they help you toward graduation.
We offer an Associate of Science degree with different emphases in Mass Communication and an Associate of Science Degree in Speech Communication. An Associate of Applied Science degree is offered through Career and Technical Education (CTE) using Communication courses.
SCHOOL OF ARTS, COMMUNICATION & MEDIA
Across mediums like film, photography, music, visual art, dance and theatrical performance, communication, design and more, art creates opportunities for connection through storytelling.
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.
Housed in the state-of-the-art Center for Arts and Media at the SLCC South City Campus, the School hosts a diverse array of academic programs offering two-year degrees and certificates, along with a large variety of classes fulfilling General Education requirements. Studying the arts also provides vital critical thinking, communication, and problem-solving skills that are increasingly sought after by employers.