This degree emphasizes the methods and values used in the study of creation, performance and communication. Students develop the necessary critical skills to contemplate, interpret, theorize, create, and perform effectively in the arts and beyond. Students develop a contextual appreciation for aesthetic meaning and significance, collaborative expression, theoretical study, and cross-disciplinary investigation. This degree prepares students to work as creators, educators, and performers across the country and around the world.
To obtain the Associate in Arts degree with an Emphasis in the Arts, students will have to
complete a minimum of 18 units from the following courses, with at least one course taken in three different disciplines: