Field Description

Any study of intellectual culture must embrace the arts. Students broaden their exposure to and understanding of these essential subjects with courses in art, music, and theatre. Programs survey the elements, structures, literatures, styles, and cultural histories of the arts, promoting literacy through study and participation. For the serious arts student, professional courses in performance and technique are provided. Arts-oriented business students can choose to combine their interests through programs such as arts administration and the management of musical enterprises.


Programs and Careers:

General Information

Students interested in a career in the arts and arts-related fields have a wide array of program options at Baruch. The Department of Fine and Performing Arts (FPA) offers the

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Arts and Sciences Ad Hoc Majors in

Additionally, minors are offered in art, music, new media arts, and theatre.

Students interested in careers in advertising, publishing, or graphic design should consider the graphic communication specialization of the business communication major. Students seeking a traditional program in music can major in music. Those interested in a career in music management should review the management of musical enterprises specialization. Students interested in a career involving the management of the arts should review the arts administration ad hoc major. The Weissman Schools flexible arts and sciences ad hoc major makes possible the creation of student-specific courses of study in art history and theatre.

The Majors

Music

The Department of Fine and Performing Arts offers a music major and a management of musical enterprises specialization. Students following the prescribed curriculum with a major in music will learn about the broad historical and cultural context in which the art is developed as well as study music literature, history, theory, and musicianship. Such study is intended to provide a base from which subsequent advanced training may be undertaken. The department expects that all students majoring in music will participate each semester in a performing group sponsored by the Music Program. The arts and sciences major in music is as follows:

Required Courses                12 credits

MSC 3026

Harmony I

3 credits

MSC 3027

Harmony II

3 credits

MSC 3043

History of Music from Antiquity through the Baroque (c. 1750)

3 credits

MSC 3044

History of Music from Classicism (c. 1750) to Modern Times

3 credits

Electives                   18 credits

Western Concert Music Literature             9 credits

MSC 3002

Music of the Baroque Period

3 credits

MSC 3003

Music of the Classic Period

3 credits

MSC 3004

Music of the Romantic Period

3 credits

MSC 3014

The Opera

3 credits

MSC 3016

Music of the Twentieth Century

3 credits

Comparative and Cultural Studies             9 credits

MSC 3005

World Music

3 credits

MSC 3019

The American Musical Theatre

3 credits

MSC 3022

Popular Song in America

3 credits

MSC 3024

Jazz: From Its Origins to the Present

3 credits

MSC 3025

Music in the Light Theatre

3 credits

MSC 3034

Music in Films

3 credits

MSC 3036

Commercial Music and the Media

3 credits

MSC 4900

Music and Society

3 credits

Credits Required for the Major:          30 credits

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Specialization in the Management of Musical Enterprises

The Department of Fine and Performing Arts offers the management of musical enterprises specialization. Students follow the prescribed curriculum with a major in music and learn about the broad historical and cultural context in which the art is developed as well as study music literature, history, theory, and musicianship. The department encourages all students majoring in music to participate in a performance sponsored by the Music Program. Students interested in the specialization should contact Professor Andrew Tomasello at andrew.tomasello@baruch.cuny.edu.

For the BA Student

  1. Follow the BA base curriculum
  2. Complete the major in music (minimum of 30 credits) as described below; and
  3. Take 12 credits in business chosen from such areas as economics and finance, management, marketing, law, statistics, and accountancy selected under advisement.

Required Courses                      21 credits

FPA 2000

Introduction to Arts Administration

3 credits

MSC 3026

Harmony I

3 credits

MSC 3027

Harmony II

3 credits

MSC 3043

History of Music from Antiquity through the Baroque (c. 1750)

3 credits

MSC 3044

History of Music from Classicism (c. 1750) to Modern Times

3 credits

MSC 4900

Music and Society

3 credits

MSC 5050

Internship in Music Management (FPA 5070)

3 credits

Electives                                     9 credits
Choose two courses from Group 1 and one course from Group 2

Group 1: Western Concert Music Literature      6 credits

MSC 3002

Music of the Baroque Period

3 credits

MSC 3003

Music of the Classic Period

3 credits

MSC 3004

Music of the Romantic Period

3 credits

MSC 3014

The Opera

3 credits

MSC 3016

Music of the Twentieth Century

3 credits

Group 2: Comparative and Cultural Studies       3 credits

MSC 3005

World Music

3 credits

MSC 3019

The American Musical Theatre

3 credits

MSC 3022

Popular Song in America

3 credits

MSC 3024

Jazz: From Its Origins to the Present

3 credits

MSC 3025

Music in the Light Theatre

3 credits

MSC 3034

Music in Films

3 credits

MSC 3036

Commercial Music and the Media

3 credits

Minimum Music and FPA credits required in the Major:    30
It is also possible for the BBA student to add the music sequence in the following way:

For The BBA Student Majoring in a Business Subject

  1. Follow the BBA base curriculum
  2. Complete a BBA major in the Zicklin School of Business and
  3. Take 30 credits from the sequence in music (described above) to be used as elective credit toward fulfillment of the 62 required arts and sciences credits.

Business Communication Major with a Specialization in Graphic Communication

The business communication major is designed for students who are interested in careers in business journalism, corporate communication, or graphic communication. Because the business communication field is essentially interdisciplinary in nature, the program integrates courses from several departments in the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences and the Zicklin School of Business.

The graphic communication specialization provides training in graphics as well as basic training in the broader aspects of business communication. It prepares the graphic artist to enter a business environment. Interested students should contact Professor Terry Berkowitz in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts at 646-312-4052.

The major also offers specializations in business writing (see the Department of Journalism and the Writing Professions listing) and corporate communication (see the Department of Communication Studies listing).

Program Prerequisites                      12 credits

CIS 2200

Introduction to Information Systems and Technologies

(Students must complete  as a course prerequisite)

3 credits

MKT 3000

Marketing Foundations

3 credits

MGT 3120

Fundamentals of Management

3 credits

STA 2000

Business Statistics I

3 credits


or

STA 2100

Statistics for Social Science

3 credits


or

 

ECO 1001

Micro-Economics

3 credits


or

ECO 1002

Macro-Economics

3 credits


or

 

ECO 1110

Current Economic Problems

3 credits

Credits Required for the Major:                            30 credits

Interdisciplinary Core                                  12 credits

Business Communication                               3 credits

JRN 3150

Business Communication
(for business writing and graphic communication students only)

3 credits

Marketing/Advertising                                   3 credits

Choose one course:

MKT 3520

Advertising and Marketing Communications

3 credits

MKT 3600

Marketing Research

(Students must complete  as a course prerequisite)

3 credits

MKT 3605

Consumer Behavior

3 credits

Management                                 3 credits

Choose one course:

MGT 3300

Management: A Behavioral Approach

3 credits

MGT 3800

Management and Society

3 credits

Business or Arts and Sciences Elective      3 credits
One business or arts and sciences elective (at the 2000 level or above) to be selected upon consultation with the program advisor and with the advisors approval.

Specialization Requirements            18 credits

Required Courses                              12 credits

ART 2050

Basic Graphic Communication: Design and Advertising Layout

3 credits

ART 3050

Intermediate Graphic Communication: Publication Design

3 credits

ART 3058

Graphic Communication: Print Production and History

3 credits

ART 5010

Graphic Communication Internship

3 credits

Electives                                          6 credits

Choose two courses:

ART 2060

Basic Photography

3 credits

ART 3041

Special Topics in Art (Studio)

3 credits

ART 3055

Branding Design: Strategies and Practice

3 credits

ART 3056

Typography: History and Application

3 credits

ART 3057

Principles of Internet Design

3 credits

ART 3059

Animation and Motion Graphics ()

3 credits

ART 3061

Digital Photography ()

3 credits

ART 3241

Art of the Twentieth Century
(prerequisite:  or , which may be applied to the base curriculum)

3 credits

ART 3242

History of Modern Design
(prerequisite:  or , which may be applied to the base curriculum)

3 credits

ART 4055

Design for Non-Profit Organizations

3 credits

ART 5000

Independent Study

3 credits

ART 5010-5011

Graphic Communication Internship

3 credits

 

Arts and Sciences Ad Hoc Major in Arts Administration

Bachelor of Arts students interested in a career in the field of management and administration in the arts may consider the interdisciplinary arts administration specialization. In the visual arts or theatre, students complete an appropriate ad hoc major; an internship in an arts organization; and arts administration courses. For additional information and recommended courses, contact the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, 646-312-4052.

The Weissman School of Arts and Sciences ad hoc major requires 30--33 credits.

Note for Bachelor of Business Administration students: Arts administration is an interdisciplinary specialization that can also provide BBA students with the arts and sciences background to prepare for entry into fields like management in the creative arts. For information, contact the Department of Fine and Performing Arts.

Two specializations are commonly pursued by those students with an arts and sciences ad hoc major in arts administration: visual arts and theatre.

Visual Arts Specialization

The Department of Fine and Performing Arts recommends that the visual arts administration specialization consist of the following:

Prerequisites                                 6 credits

May be completed as part of the BA base curriculum:

ART 1011

Art History Survey I

3 credits

ART 1012

Art History Survey II

3 credits

Required Courses                           9 credits

ART 3280

The Art Market

3 credits

FPA 4900

The Arts in New York City (1900 - Present)

3 credits

FPA 5070

Arts Administration Internship 

3 credits

Elective Courses                              21 - 22 credits
One global art history course selected from:

ART 3220

Islamic Art

3 credits

ART 3252

Native Art of the Americas

3 credits

ART 3260

Asian Art

3 credits

ART 3270

African Art

3 credits

One pre-modern art history course selected from:

ART 3205

Greek and Roman Art

3 credits

ART 3210

Medieval Art

3 credits

ART 3225

Renaissance Art

3 credits

ART 3235

Baroque and Rococo Art

3 credits

Two modern art history courses selected from:

ART 3040

Special Topics in Art (History)

3 credits

ART 3240

Nineteenth-Century European Art

3 credits

ART 3241

Twentieth-Century Art

3 credits

ART 3242

History of Modern Design

3 credits

ART 3244

The Influence of Visual Arts on Film

3 credits

ART 3250

Art of the United States

3 credits

ART 3254

Architecture and the City

3 credits

ART 3256

History of the Modern Architecture

3 credits

ART 3262

History of Photography

3 credits

ART 3282

Museum and Gallery Studies

3 credits

Three interdisciplinary courses selected from Photography, Graphics, New Media Studies, FPA (Introduction to Arts Administration,  Independent Study,  Arts Administration Internship),  Philosophy of Art,  (Feit Seminar - only with prior approval of major faculty advisor).

For information and advisement, contact Leonard Sussman, Deputy Chair for Art, at 646-312-4058; e-mail: Leonard.Sussman@baruch.cuny.edu.

Theatre Specialization

Prerequisites                                 6 credits 

THE 1041

Introduction to the Theatre Arts

3 credits

ENG 2100

Writing I 

3 credits

Required Courses                      15 credits

FPA 2000

Introduction to Arts Administration

3 credits

The Arts in New York City (1900 - Present)

3 credits

FPA 5070-5071

Arts Administration Internship

3 credits

THE 3042

History of Theatre

3 credits

THE 3046

Play Production

3 credits

Elective Courses                              18 credits
Two 3000-level theatre courses selected from:

THE 3043

Theatre of Color in the United States ()

3 credits

THE 3044

Advanced Acting

3 credits

THE 3045

Introduction to Directing

3 credits

THE 3052

Workshop in Playwriting ()

3 credits

THE 3054

Stage Design: Principles and Practice

3 credits

Immigration on Stage and Screen ()3 credits

One art or music course (may be at the 1000 level)

3 credits

One course in drama/media selected from:

COM 3059

Video Communication and Production

3 credits

COM 3067

American Television Programming

3 credits

ENG 3260

The Art of the Film

3 credits

ENG 3770

Masters of the Drama

3 credits

ENG 3780

Contemporary Drama

3 credits

ENG 4140

Shakespeare

3 credits

One 4000- or 5000-level theatre course

3 credits

Elective Business Courses                  9 credits


  Three business courses, including courses in marketing and management

For information and advisement, contact Eric Krebs, Deputy Chair for Theatre, at 646-312-4067;
e-mail: eric.krebs@baruch.cuny.edu.

Arts and Sciences Ad Hoc Majors in Art and Theatre

When a student's educational objectives cannot be fully attained solely by study within an existing department, program, or school, he or she is given the option of devising an ad hoc pattern of courses in an area of concentration of his or her own choosing. A student may embark upon an ad hoc major following preparation and acceptance of a proposal outlining the area of study, the desired outcomes, and the educational values of the program. The program must be approved by the Office of the Associate Dean, Weissman School of Arts and Sciences.

Students interested in including art history courses or theatre courses as part of an arts and sciences ad hoc major should contact the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, 646-312-4052. Under the guidance of a faculty advisor, students may design an ad hoc major in art history or theatre as preparation for graduate study or arts management. Students interested in arts administration should consider the arts administration ad hoc major previously described in this section.

The Weissman School of Arts and Sciences ad hoc major requires 30--33 credits.

The Minors

The Department of Fine and Performing Arts features minor concentrations in art, music, and theatre.

Art Minors and Courses

Art History

Required

FPA 4900

The Arts in New York City (1900 - present)

3 credits

Electives        (choose two)

ART 3040

Special Topics in Art (History)

3 credits

ART 3205

Greek and Roman Art

3 credits

ART 3220

Islamic Art

3 credits

ART 3225

Renaissance Art

3 credits

ART 3235

Baroque and Rococo Art

3 credits

ART 3240

Nineteenth-Century European Art

3 credits

ART 3241

Twentieth-Century Art

3 credits

ART 3242

History of Modern Design

3 credits

ART 3244

The Influence of Visual Art on Film

3 credits

ART 3250

Art of the United States

3 credits

ART 3252

Native Art of the Americas

3 credits

ART 3254

Architecture and the City

3 credits

ART 3260

Asian Art

3 credits

ART 3262

History of Photography

3 credits

ART 3270

African Art

3 credits

ART 3280

The Art Market

3 credits

Graphics

Required

ART 4900

Design and Photography in Theory and Practice

3 credits

Electives        (choose two)

ART 3041

Special Topics in Art (Studio)

3 credits

ART 3050

Intermediate Graphic Communication: Publication Design

3 credits

ART 3055

Branding Design: Strategies and Practice

3 credits

ART 3056

Typography: History and Application

3 credits

ART 3057

Principles of Internet Design

3 credits

ART 3058

Graphic Communication: Print Production and History

3 credits

ART 3059

Animation and Motion Graphics ()

3 credits

Digital Photography3 credits

ART 3242

History of Modern Design

3 credits

ART 4055

Design for Non-Profit Organizations

3 credits

Photography

Required

ART 4900

Design and Photography in Theory and Practice

3 credits

Electives        (choose two)

ART 3060

Intermediate Photography

3 credits

ART 3061

Digital Photography

3 credits

ART 3064

Photojournalism ()

3 credits

ART 3262

History of Photography

3 credits

Visual Arts Administration
Required |

ART 3280

Art Market

3 credits

FPA 4900

The Arts in New York City (1900--present)

3 credits

FPA 5070

Arts Administration Internship

3 credits

Music


History of Music

MSC 3043

History of Music from Antiquity through the Baroque (1750)

3 credits

MSC 3044

History of Music from Classicism (c. 1750) to Modern Times

3 credits

MSC 4900

Music and Society

3 credits

Western Concert Music Literature

Required

MSC 4900

Music and Society

3 credits

Elective        (choose two)

MSC 3002

Music of the Baroque Period

3 credits

MSC 3003

Music of the Classic Period

3 credits

MSC 3004

Music of the Romantic Period

3 credits

MSC 3014

The Opera

3 credits

MSC 3016

Music of the Twentieth Century

3 credits

History of Music and Western Concert Music Literature

Required

MSC 4900

Music and Society

3 credits

Elective        (choose one)

MSC 3043

History of Music from Antiquity through the Baroque (1750)

3 credits

MSC 3044

History of Music from Classicism (c. 1750) to Modern Times

3 credits

Elective        (choose one)

MSC 3002

Music of the Baroque Period

3 credits

MSC 3003

Music of the Classic Period

3 credits

MSC 3004

Music of the Romantic Period

3 credits

MSC 3014

The Opera

3 credits

MSC 3016

Music of the Twentieth Century

3 credits

Comparative and Cultural Studies in Music

Required

MSC 4900

Music and Society

3 credits

Elective        (choose two)

MSC 3005

World Music

3 credits

MSC 3019

The American Musical Theatre

3 credits

MSC 3022

Popular Song in America

3 credits

MSC 3024

Jazz: From Its Origins to the Present

3 credits

MSC 3025

Music in the Light Theatre

3 credits

MSC 3034

Music in Films

3 credits

MSC 3036

Commercial Music and the Medias

3 credits

Music Theory

Note: This liberal arts minor may be used to satisfy the College Option requirement. It is not open to students pursuing the Music major, or the Management of Musical Enterprises specialization.

Required

Harmony I3 credits
Harmony II

3 credits

Capstone Course: Harmony III3 credits


New Media Arts

Program Prerequisite:

NMA 2050

Introduction to New Media Arts

3 credits

Required: 

NMA 4900

New Media Arts in Theory and Practice

3 credits

Elective   (choose two)

NMA 3010

Video I

3 credits

Digital Interactivity3 credits 
Performing with New Media ()3 credits 

Special Topics in New Media and Interdisciplinary Art

3 credits

ART 3057

Principles of Internet Design

3 credits

ART 3059

Animation and Motion Graphics ()

3 credits

MSC 3032

Electronic Music

3 credits

Digital Photography

3 credits

THE 3044

Advanced Acting

3 credits


Theatre

Required

FPA 4900

The Arts in New York City (1900 – present)

3 credits

 Elective        (choose two)

THE 3042

History of Theatre

3 credits

THE 3043

Theatre of Color in the United States ()

3 credits

THE 3044

Advanced Acting

3 credits

THE 3045

Principles of Directing

3 credits

THE 3046

Play Production

3 credits

Performing with New Media ()3 credits 

THE 3052

Workshop in Playwriting ()

3 credits

 

Theatre Organization and Management

3 credits

Immigration on Stage and Screen ()3 credits 

 Courses 

Fine and Performing Arts (FPA)

FPA 2000

Introduction to Arts Administration

3 hours; 3 credits

FPA 4900

The Arts in New York City (1900- Present) (Formerly 3000)

3 hours; 3 credits

FPA 5000

Independent Study I

Hours and credits to be arranged

FPA 5001

Independent Study II

Hours and credits to be arranged

FPA 5002

Independent Study III

Hours and credits to be arranged

FPA 5003

Independent Study IV

Hours and credits to be arranged

FPA 5070

Arts Administration Internship

Minimum of 10 field hours per week; 3 credits each course

FPA 5071

Arts Administration Internship II

Minimum of 10 field hours per week; 3 credits each course

Art (ART)

ART 1000

Introduction to Design and Visual Communication

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 1011

Art History Survey I

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 1012

Art History Survey II

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 2050

Basic Graphic Communication: Design and Advertising Layout

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 2051

Computer-Based Graphic Design

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 2052

Graphic Communication: Computer Based Image Making

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 2056

Graphic Communication: Illustration Techniques and Applications

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 2060

Basic Photography

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 3040

Special Topics in Art (History)

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3041

Special Topics in Art (Studio)

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 3050

Intermediate Graphic Communication: Publication Design

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 3055

Branding Design: Strategies and Practice

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 3056

Typography: History and Application

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3057

Principles of Internet Design

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3058

Graphic Communication: Print Production and History

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 3059

Animation and Motion Graphics ()

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3060

Intermediate Photography

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 3061

Digital Photography ()

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 3064

Photojournalism ()

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 3205

Greek and Roman Art

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3210

Medieval Art

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3220

Islamic Art

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3225

Renaissance Art

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3235

Baroque and Rococo Art

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3240

Nineteenth-Century European Art

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3241

Twentieth-Century Art

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3242

History of Modern Design

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3244

The Influence of Visual Arts on Film

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 3250

Art of the United States

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3252

Native Art of the Americas

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3254

Architecture and the City

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3256

History of Modern Architecture

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3260

Asian Art

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3262

History of Photography

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3270

African Art

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3280

The Art Market

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 3282

Museums and Gallery Studies

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 4055

Corporate Design II: Design for Non-Profit Organizations

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 4900

Design and Photography in Theory and Practice

4 hours; 3 credits

ART 5000

Independent Study I

Hours and credits to be arranged

ART 5001

Independent Study II

Hours and credits to be arranged

ART 5002

Independent Study III

Hours and credits to be arranged

ART 5003

Independent Study IV

Hours and credits to be arranged

ART 5010

Graphic Communication Internship

8-14 hours; 3 credits

ART 5011

Graphic Communication Internship

8-14 hours; 3 credits

ART 6001H

Art Honors I

3 hours; 3 credits

ART 6002H

Art Honors II

3 hours; 3 credits

Music (MSC) 

MSC 1003

Music in Civilization

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 1005

Principles of Music

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 2061

Chorus I

2 hours; 1 credit

MSC 2062

Chorus II

2 hours; 1 credit

MSC 2063

Chorus III

2 hours; 1 credit

MSC 2064

Chorus IV

2 hours; 1 credit

MSC 2090

Fundamentals of Music I

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3002

Music of the Baroque Period

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3003

Music of the Classic Period

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3004

Music of the Romantic Period

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3005

World Music

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3014

The Opera

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3016

Music of the Twentieth Century

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3019

The American Musical Theatre

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3022

Popular Song in America

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3023

Music and Religion

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3024

Jazz: From Its Origins to the Present

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3025

Music in the Light Theatre

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3026

Harmony I

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3027

Harmony II

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3032

Electronic Music

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3034

Music in Films

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3036

Commercial Music and the Media

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3043

The History of Music from Antiquity Through the Baroque (1750)

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 3044

The History of Music from Classicism (c. 1750) to Modern Times

3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 4900

Music and Society

3 hours; 3 credits

Capstone Course: Harmony III3 hours; 3 credits

MSC 5000

Independent Study I

Hours and credits to be arranged

MSC 5001

Independent Study II

Hours and credits to be arranged

MSC 5002

Independent Study III

Hours and credits to be arranged

MSC 5003

Ind Stud Msc IV

Hours and credits to be arranged

MSC 5050

Internship in Music Management

Minimum of 10 field hours per week; 3 credits each course

MSC 5051

Internship in Music Management

Minimum of 10 field hours per week; 3 credits each course

MSC 6001H

Music Honors I

3 hours; 3 credits per semester

MSC 6002H

Music Honors II

3 hours; 3 credits per semester

 New Media (NMA)

Introduction to New Media Arts 4 hours; 3 credits 
Video I4 hours; 3 credits

 

Digital Interactivity

4 hours; 3 credits

Special Topics in New Media and Interdisciplinary Art4 hours; 3 credits 
Performing with New Media (3 hours; 3 credits 

Animation and Motion Graphics ()

 

3 hours; 3 credits
Digital Photography ()4 hours; 3 credits
New Media Arts in Theory and Practice4 hours; 3 credits

Theatre (THE)

THE 1041

Intro Theatre Arts

3 hours; 3 credits

THE 1043

Introduction to Acting

3 hours; 3 credits

THE 3010

Workshop in Children's Theatre

3 hours; 3 credits

THE 3042

History of Theatre

3 hours; 3 credits

THE 3043

Theatre of Color in the United States ()

3 hours; 3 credits

THE 3044

Advanced Acting

3 hours; 3 credits

THE 3045

Principles of Directing

3 hours; 3 credits

THE 3046

Play Production

3 hours; 3 credits

Performing with New Media ()3 hours; 3 credits 

THE 3052

Workshop Playwriting ()

3 hours; 3 credits

THE 3054

Stage Design: Principles and Practice

3 hours; 3 credits

THE 3056

Theatre Organization and Management

3 hours; 3 credits

Immigration on Stage and Screen ()3 hours; 3 credits 

THE 4053

Playwriting II

3 hours; 3 credits

 

 

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 4102

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 4103

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 4104

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 4105

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 4106

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 4107

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 4108

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 4109

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 4110

Selected Topics

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 5000

Independent Study I

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 5001

Independent Study II

Hours and credits to be arranged

THE 6001H

Honors Theatre I

3 hours; 3 credits per semester

THE 6002H

Honors Theatre II

3 hours; 3 credits per semester