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Art  & Multimedia

West offers associate degrees in Studio Arts (Drawing, Painting, Ceramics) and Art History as well as a professional certificate pathways in Multimedia, Graphic Design and Interactive Design. 

CERTIFICATES AND DEGREES

New! CERTIFICATE IN GRAPHIC DESIGN OR INTERACTIVE DESIGN

  • Major Code 1030.00

West Los Angeles College’s certificate programs in Graphic Design and Interactive Design prepare students for creative careers in multimedia, graphic arts, web design, interactive media, photojournalism, UX and UI design, motion graphics and basic animation. Coursework leads to a strong foundational skill set for those who wish to directly enter the workforce in areas such as digital technology, augmented reality, e-commerce, advertising and entertainment. 

ASSOCIATE DEGREE FOR TRANSFER:

  • Major Code 1001.00: Art - History
  • Major Code 1002.00: Art - Studio Arts

The Associate Degree program in Art is designed for students intending to enter the fields of design, illustration, art history, and art education. The program offers two state-approved degrees: 1) Ceramics, and 2) Drawing and Painting. The program also offers coursework in Computer Graphics/Multimedia and Students interested in transferring to a four-year college or university with a major in Art are encouraged to pursue the Associate in Arts Degrees for Transfer (AA-T) in Art History or Studio Art. Consult the Counseling Office for individualized educational planning and the Transfer Center for complete information regarding transfer requirements.

ASSOCIATE DEGREE:

  • Major Code 1002.30: Art - Ceramics
  • Major Code 1002.10: Art - Drawing & Painting

The Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer (AA-T) is a degree that provides a solid lower-division preparation for students who intend to transfer to a California State University (CSU) for a bachelor’s degree in Art History. This degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU and guarantee admission to a CSU.

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Arts & Humanities

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ATA 115

Contact

Elise Forier Edie
Email: ForiereM@WLAC.edu
Phone: (310) 287-4565