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Program Details

Massasoit Community College offers a Liberal Arts Studies Program for students interested in pursing a career in the field. The program allows students to meet their own needs by offering a wide variety of electives, this way students can take courses they are engrossed in to find what they are interested in.

The Liberal Arts Studies Program allows students to create their own individualized program to meet their own needs. Students, who may be interested in transferring, have the opportunity to alter the program to fit the requirements. In the program there is also a Media Communications Options and a Theatre Option.

The Media Communications Option is created to organize students for careers in broadcasting. This includes careers such as television, radio production, performance, and editing and writing. Through class work, in-studio production, and on-air experience students gain a lot of experience and knowledge. Once completed, students will be well rounded in broadcast vocal performance, television and radio production techniques and computerized non-linear editing.  The Media Communications Option prepares students to transfer to a four-year college for a broadcasting degree.

The Theater Option provides a strong foundation in the performance and technical fields of dramatic arts. This option is a blend of theory and concept with practice, hands on experience in all fields. Students will receive the appropriate liberal arts education whether they are non-majors, or majors preparing for a professional theatre career.

The Liberal Arts Studies Program is available to students who are also just interested in completing the Associate's Degree. This program is also for those students who are interested in the opportunity to discover occupational courses through the variety of elective such as business administration and other career paths.


Students must complete all forms and correct class levels for transfer credits.

Accreditation & Licensing

New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education