Concentration Grids and Minor Information

The Department of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Wellness offers one major program: the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual and Performing Arts which includes concentrations in visual art, music, and theatre and dance.

MAJORS AND CONCENTRATIONS GRIDS IN THE FINE ARTS, HUMANITIES, AND WELLNESS

Dance Emphasis

Instrumental Emphasis

Keyboard Emphasis

Theater Emphasis

Visual Arts

Voice Emphasis

MINORS AND CONCENTRATIONS IN THE FINE ARTS, HUMANITIES, AND WELLNESS

(all minors/ areas of concentration require 15 hours of coursework as identified below)

 

Minor in Dance:

DNCE 2501

DNCE 3501 Dance History I OR DNCE 3502 Dance History II

Any three (3) DNCE courses at the 3000- or 4000 level

  

Minor in Music:

MUSC 2121 Music History I

MUSC 2122 Music History II

Any three (3) MUSC courses at the 3000- or 4000 level

 

Minor in Theatre:

THEA 2101 Introduction to Theatre

THEA 4055 Theatre History I OR THEA 4056 Theatre History II

Any three (3) THEA courses at the 3000- or 4000 level

 

Minor in Visual Art:

ARTH 4602 Western Art History I

ARTH 4603 Western Art History II

Any three (3) other ARTS classes at the 3000- or 4000 level

 

Concentration in Philosophical Studies

PHIL 2010 Introduction to Philosophy

Any four (4) other PHIL classes