Many of the elective courses in English, History, Philosophy, and the Arts, are designed to broaden students' perspectives generally, through the experience of humanistic study. Other courses, such as ESL courses, developmental English courses, and the required English I and II, provide students with the skills needed for academic success. Specialized courses in Foreign languages, the Fine Arts,and Media Studies, help students to reach towards higher levels of professional achievement in those fields.
The School of Arts and Humanities is home to 33 full-time faculty and over 120 adjunct faculty members.
Disciplines within the School of Arts and Humanities:
- American Sign Language & Interpreter Training
- Communications and Media Studies
- Electronic Media
- English Composition and Literature
- English Developmental Reading and Writing
- Film Studies
- Foreign Language Study
- Graphic Design
The OCC online catalog will inform you of the specific requirements for your degree program.
Clubs & Campus Activities
We offer many opportunities for you to enhance your education through clubs and activities. Learn more about our Clubs and Campus Activities.
Locations and Hours
Russell Building Rm 215
Humanities, History, Fine Arts and Media Studies
Grunin Center, Rm B102
Monday – Friday:
8am – 4:30pm
Office Phone Numbers:
School of Arts and Humanities
732.255.0376 or 732.255.0338
Evening and Weekend Contact:
732.255.0432 and 732.255.0400 x2449