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Art, Humanities and World Languages
The Department of Art, Humanities and World Languages includes the following areas: Studio Art, Fine Arts, Humanities, Music, Philosophy, Religion, Communications Media, Arabic, Latin, Spanish and French.
The Truman College Automotive Technology Program is a Master NATEF (National Automotive Technician Education Foundation) Certified program. NATEF is a division of ASE (Automotive Service Excellence).
Our mission dedicates us to deliver high quality, innovative, media rich and up-to-date education through spawning a sense of civic responsibility that prepares students in the life sciences for the currently changing local and global economies.
College to Careers Program
The College to Careers program forges partnerships between City Colleges and industry leaders to better align City Colleges’ curricula with the demand in growing fields.
Communication Arts and Skills
The Communications Department offers courses in composition, creative writing, developmental English, ESL, journalism, literature, speech, and theater in an atmosphere of appreciation and respect for diversity.
The Cosmetology Department is dedicated to preparing a diverse student body for licensure exam, career entry, advancement, and life-long learning in an increasingly interdependent global society.
The Mathematics department offers a variety of mathematics courses appropriate for students with diverse entry-level skills and academic or career goals.
The Nursing Program is a two-year, 70-credit hour program. Graduates of the Nursing Program successfully meet the requirements for the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing (A.A.S.) and qualify to take the National Council Licensure Examination.
The Social Science Department includes the disciplines of Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology. Students seeking AA or AS degree are required to complete 9 credit hours in two Social Science disciplines.