The intent of this degree is to prepare students for careers and/or higher education in the appreciation of the fine arts, generally, or in specific disciplines within this broad designation.
This degree emphasizes the methods and values used in the study of aesthetic works and creative endeavors. Students develop the necessary critical skills to contemplate, interpret, theorize, create, and perform effectively. Students develop a contextual appreciation for aesthetic meaning and significance, collaborative expression, theoretical study, and cross-disciplinary investigation.
Complete a minimum of 18 units from the following courses, with at least one course taken in three different disciplines: