Liberal & Fine Arts

Students who choose a pathway in the Liberal and Fine Arts prepare for careers requiring skills in creativity, problem-solving, communication, leadership, engaging diversity, and ethical decision making.  Career possibilities in this school of study include architect, artist, dancer, actor, theater director, writer/editor, congressional staffer, historian, journalist, musician, philosopher, minister and public relations specialist.

Related Texas High School Endorsement: Arts and Humanities

Available Degree and Certificate Programs

Please note that the career maps below are regularly updated guides for students’ reference and may not align with graduation requirements for students entering KC during previous semesters/years.  Please check your degree audit in AccessKC for your official graduation requirements.

Career Pathways Degree Program webpage Links
Architecture - University Transfer AA  
Art - University Transfer AA Visit Art webpage
Dance - University Transfer AA Visit Dance webpage
Drama/Theatre - University Transfer AA Visit Drama/Theatre webpage
English - University Transfer AA Visit English webpage
Government - University Transfer AA Visit Government webpage
History - University Transfer AA Visit History webpage
Liberal Arts - University Transfer AA  
Music - University Transfer AA Visit Music webpage
Philosophy - University Transfer AA Visit Philosophy webpage
Religion - University Transfer AA Visit Religious Studies webpage
Speech - University Transfer AA Visit Speech webpage

 

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Marketable Skills

Active Learning
Active Listening
Complex Problem Solving
Coordination
Critical Thinking
Instructing
Judgment and Decision Making
Learning Strategies
Management of Personnel Resources
Mathematics
Monitoring
Negotiation
Operation Monitoring
Operations Analysis
Persuasion
Quality Control Analysis
Reading Comprehension
Repairing
Service Orientation
Social Perceptiveness
Speaking
Time Management
Troubleshooting
Writing