Visual and Performing Arts
Page tree

STUDIES IN CULTURE DEPARTMENT OPTIONS:

AAA

Asian/Asian-American Studies

AAS

Afridan American Studies

AIC

Arts in Context

ANT

Anthropology

ART

Art History

DSP

Disability Studies Program

ENG/ETS

English/English and Textual Studies

GEO

Geography

HOA

History of Art

HOM

History of Music

HST

History

HUM

Humanities

JSP

Judiac Studies Program

LAS

Lation-Latin American Studies

LIN

Linguistics

LIT

Literature

LLA

Law in the Liberal Arts

MAX

Maxwell

MES

Middle Eastern Studies

NAT

Native American Studies

PHI

Philosophy

PSC

Political Science

QSX

Queer Sexuality

REL

Religion

SAS

South Asian Studies

WGS

Women and Gender Studies

xxx

All Languages, including American Sign Language

SPECIFIC COURSES:

APH 340

Photo History

APH 561

Art Photography: Contemporary Art and Photography

APH 562

Art Photography: Contemporary Critical & Theoretical Texts

ARC 133

Introduction to the History of Architecture I

ARC 134

Introduction to the History of Architecture II

CAR 415

History of Animation

COM 107

Communications and Society

DES 113

History of Modern Design

DES 114

Design, Cultural Traditions and the Environment

DRA 115

Intro to Theatre I

DRA 116

Intro to the Theatre

DRA 153

Introduction to Musical Theater Literature

DRA 315

Play Analysis

DRA 351

Contemporary Brit Theater

DRA 352

Survey of Theatre History

DRA 353

Analysis of Musical Theater Literature

DRA 355

Development of Theatre Drama I

DRA 356

Development of Theatre Drama II

DRA 391

Introduction to Playwriting

DRA 392

Playwriting

EDU 310

The American School

FAS 335

History of Fashion Design I: Origins and Revivals

FAS 336

History of Fashion Design II: Contemporary Trends

FAS 419

Contemporary Issues in Fashion

FIL 253

Survey of Film History II

FIL 254

Survey of Film History II

FIL 360

Topics in Film Culture

ILL 255

History of Illustration

VID 510

Video Art History

TRM 316

Introduction to Visual Culture

 

Note: not all of the courses listed above are offered every semester or are open to non-majors. You must work directly with the Department to enroll in a course if you receive an error message. This is also not an exhaustive list but to serve as a guide. If you have questions, speak to the Office of Student Success.