Other Arts & Communications Transfer
Whether you’re interested in arts administration, art history, linguistics, architecture, or another program within arts and communications, Lane can help you start your degree off right! With a wide variety of courses within the performing arts, studio arts, media arts, languages and more, you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the field you’re interested in, all while working on your degree.
When you’re ready to get started, just apply! Our Admissions office staff will guide you through the steps to enroll to get you started right. You can also contact Admissions with any questions you have about the college, to schedule a tour of the campus, or just to say hello. If you’re not ready to apply today, you can request more information on the program and we’ll get in touch to make a plan that works for you.
Whether you’re looking to start your career as soon as you’ve earned your bachelors degree or you’re planning to continue on to graduate school, your two years at Lane will make sure you’re prepared for whatever comes next. No matter what your plan, our advisors will help you craft a plan to achieve your goals.
Earning a transfer degree from Lane prepares you to complete your four-year degree. Some of the fields our graduates have gone on to include:
- Arts Administration
- Communications Disorders and Sciences
- Fashion Design
- Interior Design
- Media Studies and Communications
- Product Design
- Public Relations
- Speech Pathology
And more! As a student, you'll work with your advisor to develop a plan to meet your goals.
Lane offers students the best of both worlds: a wide variety of courses to choose from and small class sizes. At Lane, you’ll never take a class with more than 40 students, and your class will always be taught by an instructor, not a grad student. Our attentive faculty have real world experience, and they bring those experiences to the classroom! Because of our small class sizes, you’ll have the opportunity to get to know your instructor on a first name basis.
Faculty and advisors can help you meet your career goals. They can answer any program specific questions you might have, and help you find opportunities outside of the classroom. Advisors will help you schedule your classes and plan for the future. You’ll work with them to create a term by term planner that meets your needs and goals to ensure you complete your degree.
When you’ve finished your degree and are looking for a job, employers are going to be interested in more than just your educational credentials. Stand out by gaining real world work experience through Lane’s Cooperative Education department! Through internships with local businesses, you’ll use what you’re learning in class in a professional environment. Many students have even gone on to work where they interned!
Lane’s main campus is tucked into the foothills of the Oregon Cascades, providing a stunning landscape for your education. With incredible resources on campus like advising, tutoring services, the library, First Year Experience and so many more, you have the opportunity to make the most out of your degree. Lane also offers student housing at Titan Court in downtown Eugene, next to our Mary Spilde Center. Ready to learn more? Schedule a campus tour to explore our beautiful campus and amazing facilities.