Programs of Study
English and Academic ESL
The English/ESL area includes courses in English Composition, Developmental Reading and Writing, Creative Writing, Technical Writing, Linguistics and Literature. These disciplines provide an educational framework within which students can develop their abilities to think independently and to express themselves clearly, effectively and creatively. Instructors focus on the skills of communications and the contexts in which human expression occurs. Many of the courses in English satisfy the General Education requirements for graduation and can be transferred to other institutions.
- Academic English as a Second Language
- Developmental Reading and Writing
- Technical Communications Certificate
The Fine and Applied Arts is comprised of a variety of artistic disciplines dedicated to aiding students' approach to the creative process with rigor and lucidity. Disciplines and programs in Fine Arts include transfer courses in Drawing, Painting, Computer Art, Ceramics, Dance, Jewelry making, Printmaking, Papermaking, Sculpture, Mass Communication, Music and Theater. The Applied Arts include transfer and occupational courses in Graphic Design, Motion Picture/Television, Animation, TV Production, Film/Video Production; and Photography.
Many of the courses in Fine Arts satisfy the General Education requirements for graduation and can be transferred to other institutions. Both associates degrees and certificates are offered in the Applied Arts programs.
The faculty in the Fine and Applied Arts are working artists, designers, dancers, musicians, actors, and writers committed to giving students a professional education of the highest quality to allow entry into the workplace or continue on to academic careers at quality educational institutions.
The subject areas are History, Humanities, Language, Philosophy, Religious Studies and Speech -- represent the very core of the human experience. Understanding who we are, where we have been, how we communicate with one another and how we give voice to our most deeply held beliefs and desires helps define what it means to be human.
Through the study of humanities, students have the opportunity to enhance their ability to think critically about the world around them, to develop an appreciation of other languages and cultures, and to become informed, articulate and productive citizens and leaders of a global community.
Liberal Arts Division
Daniel E. Lloyd, Ph.D.
Liberal Arts Office
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2616
Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship Winner 2014
The Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship is the largest private scholarship for two-year and community college transfer students. College of DuPage student, Christian O'Kelley, was named one of this year's recipients.
2010-2011 Outstanding Faculty Award Winner
Michelle Moore, professor of English, College of DuPage's 2010-2011 Overall Outstanding Faculty Member.
Eva Maria RäpplePhilosophy/Religious Studies
"Having lived in different countries throughout my life, I have always been fascinated with the diversity of ideas, patterns of thought, beliefs and values in this world. Simultaneously, I gained an awareness of the need to examine those contexts critically."Read Spotlight
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