Classes you can Take:
Introduction to Non Western Art Traditions, Photography: Concepts and History, Renaissance Art, Arts, Artists, and Society, History of TV and New Media, Music in Our Time, Development of Modern Theater, European Avant-Garde Art & Design, Performance and Art, Art as Therapy, Apocalyptic Visions in Anime, Film & Media, American Photography and Visual Culture
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Sample Job Titles
|Special Effects Artists and Animators|
|Set and Exhibit Designers|
|Producers and Directors|
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This major requires self-motivation and serious planning, but it can be especially rewarding for the student who has specific goals that cannot be met in a regular major at the college, or who wishes to have the flexibility to take a wider array of courses than would be possible in a regular major. After an initial consultation with the Convener of the major, each student will be assigned to work in developing the major with a faculty member who is most knowledgeable in the area of the student’s interest.