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Fine arts, communication and humanities

Guided Pathway Division

The Fine Arts, Communication and Humanities Guided Pathway provides coursework designed to prepare students for rewarding careers in fields that employ professional writers, artists, and communication specialists. Students within these fields of study will develop mastery in creative and analytical modes of expression and research, leading to a variety of different career paths in creative industries, education, government, and business.

Please note:

  • Compton College  is closed to the public through August 14, 2020. Only essential personnel are allowed on campus, as scheduled.
  • Alternative academic instruction will continue through the fall 2020 semester.
  • Student support services will remain online.
  • Visit the Compton College COVID-19 webpage for more information.


Communication Studies (AAT)

English  (AAT)

General Studies (AA) with an emphasis in:
Arts & Humanities; Culture & Communications; or Fine & Applied Arts

Music (AA and CERT)

Spanish (AAT)

Studio Arts (AAT)

Transfer Studies (CERT)

OTHER COURSES AVAILABLE: Degree or certificate not available at Compton College.
Academic Strategies, Dance, English as a Second Language, Film/Video, Humanities, Japanese, Journalism, Library Science, Philosophy, Sign Language/Interpreter, Theatre

Click here for the Compton College Course Catalog.

Major Preparation Worksheets are available for all of the degrees and certificates listed above.

Contact Information

Dr. Rebekah Blonshine
Dean of Student Success
310-900-1600, ext. 2235
L-SSC, Room 103

Marina Hernandez
Senior Administrative Assistant
310-900-1600, ext. 2136
L-SSC, Room 104

Denise Blood
Instructional Division Coordinator
310-900-1600, ext. 2543
L-SSC, Room 202

Holly Schumacher
Guided Pathway Counselor

Fine Arts, Communications & Humanities GPD Staff - Click Here

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