Arts & Letters

Arts & Letters

Do you enjoy studying literature, poetry and other aspects of the written word? Is your ideal job something that will require you to utilize strong communication skills? If so, Arts & Humanities might be a great fit as you prepare to transfer to a university. Interestingly, students who study Arts & Humanities develops skills most requested by many employers such as communication, creativity, empathy, and understanding. A strong education in Arts & Humanities can lead to a wide variety of meaningful careers.

Job TitleMinimum EducationMedian Annual Wage
High School TeacherBachelor’s degree$54,280
EditorAssociate degree$44,110
Graphic DesignersAssociate degree$39,520
News Analysts, Reporters, and JournalistsAssociate degree$29,840
Public Relations SpecialistsBachelor’s degree$61,150
Technical WritersBachelor’s degree$72,850
LibrarianMaster’s degree$59,050
Archivists, Curators, and Museum WorkersMaster’s degree$49,850
Elementary, Middle, and High School PrincipalsMaster’s degree$96,400
Paralegals and Legal AssistantsAssociate degree$51,740

To learn how to get started in one of these degree paths, contact a Career Education Advisor

studentservices@tillamookbaycc.edu or call 503.842.8222 ext. 1100