The Arts in Community minor prepares students to share leadership with community partners to create the structure and content of community-based arts projects and educational programming.
A minor in Interdisciplinary Arts and Social Practice provides students with a set of seminar and project-based experiences that explore unique creative practices that engage the public sphere.
The Arts Administration Program develops the skills necessary for a career working in arts organizations, arts-related businesses and in student’s own creative endeavors. The program offers many opportunities to gain professional experience in arts administration on campus and in the community. The program includes a professional internship with a professional arts organization to make connections and gain tangible work experience.