April Fools: New associate degree with a focus on Taylor Swift to be offered at CNC

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  • April 1, 2024
“Honey, life is just a classroom”

In a groundbreaking move, the College of New Caledonia (CNC) has unveiled a pioneering Associate of Arts: Study of Taylor Swift (STS). This innovative associate degree combines the realms of creativity, business acumen, and cultural analysis, inspired by the global icon Taylor Swift.

The STS curriculum delves into diverse topics, ranging from storytelling and professional communications to brand management and feminist theory. Students will explore Taylor Swift's multifaceted influence on society, dissecting her music, business strategies, and cultural impact. 

With an emphasis on transferable skills, graduates can pursue a myriad of career paths, including marketing and communications, public relations, project management, logistics coordination, brand management, content curation, and business consulting. 

"...Are you ready for it?" asks CNC, inviting students to embark on an educational journey that transcends conventional boundaries. Credits earned through this program are transferable to most major post-secondary institutions, offering students flexibility in their academic pursuits. 

The Associate of Arts: Study of Taylor Swift promises to challenge students to think creatively and critically, preparing them for the dynamic demands of the modern world. Enroll now to be part of this innovative academic experience at CNC. 


For media inquiries, please contact:  
Mark Karjaluoto, Executive Director: Marketing and Communications 
250-613-7639, karjaluotom@cnc.bc.ca  


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